Why was Wounded Knee, South Dakota, a significant place for American Indians? It was the site of a massacre of Lakota Sioux by US troops in 1890. It was the focus of a broken treaty between the government and American Indians. It was the birthplace of community organizer Cesar Chavez. It was where riots led by the American Indian movement took place during the 1960s.

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it was the battle of wounded knee that took place there

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