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Guy Le Querrec 10th day of the journey. 36 mile distance; from the North Fork of the Bad River, Haakon county to Big Foot Pass. South Dakota, USA. Monday, December 24, 1990. © Guy Le Querrec | Magnum Photos
Guy Le Querrec 11th day of the journey.A 32 miles ride through the Badlands National Park. From Big Foot Pass (Haakou County) to Red Water Creek Pine Ridge reservation. South Dakota, USA. Tuesday 25th December (...)
Guy Le Querrec 5th day of the journey. 25 mile distance. Traveling from Lloyd Jentzen Ranch at Green Grass, on the Cheyenne River reservation. South of Lantry, South Dakota, USA.

Wednesday December 19, 1990. © Guy Le Querrec | Magnum Photos
Guy Le Querrec 5th day of the journey. 25 mile distance. Traveling from Lloyd Jentzen Ranch at Green Grass, on the Cheyenne River reservation. South of Lantry, South Dakota, USA. Wednesday December 19, 1990. © Guy Le Querrec | Magnum Photos
Guy Le Querrec 9th day of the journey.A 30 miles ride from Bridger (Cheyenne River reservation) to the North Fork of the Bad River, in Haakon county. The riders take a rest about 5/6 miles before their arriva (...)

In 1890, the American army exterminated the tribe of Big Foot at Wounded Knee. In 1986, Lakota horsemen decided to follow the same tracks as their ancestors and honour what remains the symbol of the Indian genocide. For five years, they confronted the harsh Dakota winter and followed Big Foot’s path. Guy Le Querrec went with them in 1990, on their last journey.

At Abbaye Royale de l’Epau, Le Mans
Route de Changé
72530 Yvre-L’Eveque
France

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