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Smooth Feather Productions latest documentary film follows a 330 mile horseback ride to honor 38 Dakota men hanged in 1862.
Smooth Feather Productions latest documentary film follows a 330 mile horseback ride to honor 38 Dakota men hanged in 1862.
182 backers pledged $20,155 to help bring this project to life.

Thank you!

It's so great to have friends, family, and people I have yet to meet, getting involved with the life of "Dakota 38". It's exciting to see the different names pop up in the email box :)

I'll be sure to keep you updated over the next 28 days as things evolve. Sending Much love from DC, Silas

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      Steven & Glenda Jasper on

      I have done my share and then some, being brought to me by Care2 friends and allow ne to say how very proud on my rainey Sunday afternoon in the rural area of Placer county has made my day being able to donate what we could afford for a wonderful enlightment of helping others get to the Circle of filming on an excellent cause. Be all that you may when in need. I have never since a young child believed to much in History for the falsehood it has brought to ones that has had to live with unjustified justice. "Dakota 38" will be one adventure we will never forget for the truth prevails in the end.

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      Carrie Bisson on

      Pidamaya! Warms my heart. I will post this on my facebook page and spread the word amongst my family members. We are descendants of one of those 303 sentenced, but then pardoned by Lincoln.

      The first time I went to Ft Snelling for the Christmas Midnight ceremony and run to Mahkato for the 10 am ceremony at Land of Memories Park, it brought me to tears. Its time for us, the seventh generation to continue the healing on behalf of our ancestors and their sacrifices.