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Centennial Celebrations: 100 Years After Chief Plenty Coups And The Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier

Voices of Montana
Voices of Montana
Centennial Celebrations: 100 Years After Chief Plenty Coups And The Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier
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On November 11th 1921, Chief Plenty Coups was invited to attend the Dedication of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, where he uttered a warrior’s prayer to unite all of America’s military heroes. 100 years later, the Chief Plenty Coups Honor Guard traveled to Washington D.C. on behalf of the Chief, the Crow Nation and all of Montana to pay the same tribute.

Click to hear Honor Guardsman Ellsworth Goes Ahead live from D.C. recount the scenes of the dedication and the significance it maintains all these years later.

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