A.I.M. Wounded Knee button

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Titles A.I.M. Wounded Knee button
Description Circular laminated paper button with a tinned-iron shell and closed pin back. The button features the American Indian Movement (AIM) logo, reading: "AMERICAN INDIAN MOVEMENT / REMEMBER WOUNDED KNEE / 1890 / 1990 / 1973". The button was used at the A.I.M. pow-wow at the Minneapolis American Indian Center on December 29, 1990.
Quantity 1 item
Format Content Category: artifacts
Measurements 2 inches diameter
Nomenclature button (information artifact)
Materials tinned iron
paper
plastic
Creation Source: American Indian Center
Subjects American Indian Movement
Used by (possibly): Dakota Indians
Used by: Oceti Sakowin
Used in: Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, United States
Wounded Knee Massacre, S.D., 1890.
Wounded Knee, Shannon County, South Dakota, United States
Politics and government
Badges, Buttons & Medals. Government. Political Movements & Causes
Indian. Badges, Buttons & Medals. Government
Dates Use: Exactly 1990 (A.I.M. pow-wow at the Minneapolis American Indian Center: December 29, 1990.)
Content: Exactly 1890 (Wounded Knee Massacre: December 29, 1890)
Content: 1973 (Wounded Knee incident: February 27 - May 5, 1973)
Holding Type 3D Objects
Identifiers 1991.139.8 (Accession Number)

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