By Mark Pratt THE ASSOCIATED PRESS About 150 items considered sacred by the Sioux peoples that have been stored at a small Massachusetts museum for more than a century are being returned, museum and tribal officials announced Monday. The items including weapons, pipes, moccasins and clothing _ about seven or eight of which are thought to have a direct link to the the 1890 Wounded Knee Massacre _ are due to be formally handed over during a ceremony scheduled for Nov. 5, Ann Meilus, president of the board at the Founders Museum in Barre, said during a news conference on a day that several people present noted is more commonly being celebrated as Indigenous Peoples Day. “This is not our history of Barre. This is the Lakota Sioux’s
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