History

Bright Eyes

While working the NET documentary "Standing Bear's Footsteps," Princella Parker discovered the story of Susette La Flesche, a highly educated woman who was the daughter of Omaha Indian Chief Iron Eye. To her tribe, La Flesche was known as Bright Eyes and she was a tireless champion for Native American rights at the time when northern tribes were forcibly removed to reservations. La Flesche is one of five women in the Nebraska Hall of Fame.

Princilla Parker

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