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Published on Mar 13, 2008
This documentary short revisits the dark history of early Mormon settlement in Utah. Mae Parry, an 86-year-old elder and tribal historian for the Northwestern Band of Shoshone, recounts her tribe's experiences and her family's hardship. The result is an honest and heartbreaking look at the interactions between Mormons and Native Americans that traumatically echo its effects even today. www.inlamansterms.com