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Eleven more students will go home from Carlisle

If not for a chance meeting between his father and Lt. Richard Pratt, Albert Mekko might not have died at the Carlisle Indian Industrial School. Mekko's father, Tulsey (Chief) Mekko, of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma, was an itinerant Christian preacher who was on a "preaching tour" in what is now Anadarko, Oklahoma, in the late 1800s when he met Pratt, the founder and longtime…
Source: Red Lake Nation News

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