This photo taken June 13, 2018, shows the cemetery at the Carlisle Indian School in Carlisle, Pa. The U.S. Army Military Cemeteries group is disinterring four American Indian students who attended the Carlisle Indian School. They are among more than 180 children from 50 different tribes buried at the Carlisle Barracks.
This photo taken June 13, 2018, shows the cemetery at the Carlisle Indian School in Carlisle, Pa. The U.S. Army Military Cemeteries group is disinterring four American Indian students who attended the Carlisle Indian School. They are among more than 180 children from 50 different tribes buried at the Carlisle Barracks. The Patriot-News via AP Sean Simmers
This photo taken June 13, 2018, shows the cemetery at the Carlisle Indian School in Carlisle, Pa. The U.S. Army Military Cemeteries group is disinterring four American Indian students who attended the Carlisle Indian School. They are among more than 180 children from 50 different tribes buried at the Carlisle Barracks. The Patriot-News via AP Sean Simmers

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