Dr. Charles A. Eastman (Ohiyesa)
<a href="http://humanitiesnebraskaorg.presencehost.net/speakers/speakers-index.html?get_id=cgaXFWHMmwT%252BPf5lEQCv06H7VVnFiGh4nQymHAZLCBnHXuAFKtRYBtQo97sPOM8Hg55I3%252B%252B3m3Q2UuUa5qSEY2qPeAkmvIPYuupCDHuUKQOQPInkCQ2hrYhxdkiCf%252B7gEetRMU0uLYOIYHtv6wNsHTK0m9U4emIDHHZudygl95sQ">Jerome Kills Small</a>
Charles Alexander Eastman was 32 when he accepted his first appointment as a physician for the Indian Bureau at the Pine Ridge Reservation in 1890. He witnessed the Wounded Knee Massacre and later recounted what he saw and did in his autobiography “From the Deep Woods to Civilization.” In this living-history presentaion, Kills Small portrays Eastman and describes the many changes he went through and his service in many areas of Dakota and Lakota Sioux life.
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