LOGAN FONTENELLE

AGE RANGE: All Ages

ADDRESS: Fontenelle Park, South of Ames Avenue (42nd-48th Streets)

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JOURNEY HOME

Shon-ga-ska (White Horse) was the son of a French-American fur trader

and the daughter of Big Elk, principal chief of the Omaha tribe on the upper Missouri River.

Having served as interpreter and signatory to a treaty that represented

a 4,000,000 acre cessation of land by the tribe,

he is remembered for both the tribal struggle to assimilate to an ever-encroaching white culture,

and the story of many biracial children: seeking acceptance on either side of their lineage.

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ADL-CRC partnered with several schools to further explore destinations and landmarks by incorporating supplemental educational material and students’ voices.

Educators! Please open the PDF for lesson plans to bring the

Walk Against Hate™ Journey of Allies into your learning environment

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