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But the grave of a third boy, Little Plume, contained two sets of remains, neither of them his — a fresh example of the pain that the boarding-school system continues to inflict on native families.

It also raised new questions surrounding the burial of nearly 200 native children in Carlisle, Pa.

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American Indian leaders say a haphazard 1927 relocation of the school cemetery created hurtful doubt about who lies beneath the earth – and where.

The Northern Arapaho were the first tribe to repatriate their children from the Carlisle cemetery.“There’s more that needs to be looked into about the boarding schools — the treatment and care and responsibility that they had to our children, in life and in death,” said Christine Diindiisi Mc Cleave, executive officer of the National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition, the advocacy group sponsoring the meeting.The coalition said it would invite representatives of all 59 nations with children buried in Carlisle to meet at a tribal round table in Minneapolis on Nov.The conference follows the August return of the remains of two boys who died at the school, Little Chief and Horse, to their Northern Arapaho people on the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming.To tribes watching events at the cemetery, controlled by the U. Army, that repatriation proved the process could work.Scout & The Gumboot Kids Snapshots Studio K The Adventures of Napkin Man The Moblees The Save-Ums!