Mankato’s Hanging Monument Excluded Indigenous Perspectives when it was Erected and when it was Removed
by John Legg
Both while it stood and when its presence became inconvenient, the Hanging Monument shows how memorials control historical narratives and elevate particular interpretations of the past.
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