Watchf AP A  DC USA APHS327824 John Collier with tribal regalia  Dewey Beard, left, and James Pipe-on-Head,

John Collier with tribal regalia Dewey Beard, left, and James Pipe-on-Head,

In full tribal regalia, Dewey Beard, left, and James Pipe-on-Head, survivors of the wounded knee creek massacre of 1890 in South Dakota, arrived in Washington on March 4, 1938, to testify in behalf of a bill to pay $1,000 to each of the survivors of the bloody fight in which 290 members of the Sioux Indian band were slain. They were greeted by John Collier, center, Commissioner of Indian Affairs. (AP Photo)

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March 04, 1938 12:00:00 AM
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