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UNL Chancellor Ronnie Green talks about the University’s legacy of being a land grant institution on land first settled by indigenous peoples. Dedication ceremony of a sculpture of Dr. Susan LaFlesche Picotte, the first Indigenous person to receive a medical degree was held at Heritage Plaza on Centennial Mall. Dr. LaFlesche Picotte was a member of the Omaha tribe. The sculpture dedication was part of the State’s day-long celebration of Nebraska’s first Indigenous Peoples Day. October 11, 2021. Photo by Craig Chandler / University Communication.
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