By Kristin Moe for YES! Magazine.
[Art Tanderup gives Faith Spotted Eagle a ride to the Ponca Trail of Tears Spiritual Camp. Photo by Mark Hefflinger / Flickr.]
Art and Helen Tanderup’s 160-acre farm in northeast Nebraska is crossed by two invisible lines, one from the past and one from the future. The first crossing was in 1877, when the Ponca Tribe were forced on a brutal march to a new reserve some 500 miles south, during what is now called the Ponca Trail of Tears. Read more