NEVER AGAIN STAMPS

2015

Riffing on the USPS “forever” stamps, these “never again” stamps honor sites devoted to the commemoration of Native Americans in the United States.  The sites vary widely from one another to include places where populations had lived freely or were displaced, incarcerated, or massacred but all are imbricated in a discourse of commemoration. Perforated and gummed sheets are available for spectators as a free take away at all exhibition venues. They can be placed (in addition to USPS postage) on correspondence as a reminder of the other nations that share this country.

Green Bunn Burial Grounds

Carlisle Indian Industrial School Cemetery

Chilocco Indian Agricultural School

Crazy Horse Memorial

Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site

Fort Marion

Genoa Indian Industrial School

Haskell University Cultural Center

Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument

Dormitory at Morris Industrial School

Trail of Tears National Historic Trail

U.S. Dakota
War Memorial, Mankato

National American Indian Memorial

National Day of Mourning Marker(Coles Hill)

Apache Prisoner
of War Cemeteries (Fort Sill)

Big Hole National Battlefield Site

Navajo National Monument

Gingaskin Indian Reservation

Bear Paw Battlefield National Historic Site

Effigy Mounds National Monument

Hovenweep National Monument

Rainbow Bridge National Monument

Fort Gibson Historic Site

Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site

Mesa Verde National Park

New Echota State Historic Site

Ocmulgee National Monument

Petroglyph National Monument

Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument

Steele Indian School Park

Mesa Verde National Park

New Echota State Historic Site

Ocmulgee National Monument

Petroglyph National Monument

Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument

Steele Indian School Park

Massacre Canyon Monument

The Blackhawk Statue-Lowden State Park

Sunken Trace on Natchez Trace Trail

Wounded Knee Memorial

Native American Historical Marker at Creighton University

Fort Bowie Historic Site

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