A documentary film by Susan Rose and Manuel Saralegui
This is the story of two Lipan Apache children who were captured along the Texas-Mexican border in 1877 by the 4th U.S. Cavalry after massacring almost everyone in their village. Kasetta and her brother, Jack, lived with a military family before being sent to the Carlisle boarding school in Pennsylvania. They then each lived with different families and Kasetta bore a son, who was sent to the Carlisle school upon her death. The children were never forgotten by their families, who did not know what had happened to them or where they were buried until two centuries later. In 2009, Lipan Apache descendants traveled to Carlisle to offer their blessings and send their Lost Ones home.
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