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"We're still strong": Trailhead dedication

A deed to a trail, now called the Standing Bear Trail, was given to the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska Thursday. In 1877 the Ponca were forcibly removed from their land and had to leave for Oklahoma along the trail they were deeded. Members of the tribe held a walk that stretched over 200 miles that passed through the land, ending with a commemoration to honor the tribe and pass the deed on.

Source: Omaha World-Herald

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