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'Ghost Dance Me Outside …

… this police station,' he declared.

Tripping the light fantastic:

“During the battle of Wounded Knee (1890), in which 200 Sioux warriors, women, and children were massacred, many wore "Ghost Shirts" emblazoned with eagle, buffalo, and morning-star decorations. They believed these symbols of powerful spirits would protect them from the soldiers' bullets.
The tragedy at Wounded Knee effectively put an end to the Ghost Dance, …”

“’Worthless words’ was the description given to the Ghost Dance in 1890 by Navajo leaders.”