The article I decided to summarize was written on September 11, 2018 by Melodie Edwards of Wyoming Public Media. It is about an independent film called “Neither Wolf Nor Dog” that explores the history around the Wounded Knee massacre. According to post, 95-year-old Lakota elder Dave Bald Eagle, was given a chance to improvise a very important scene.In 1890, 300 members of the Sioux were rounded up and killed in cold blood while attempting to perfect the Ghost Dance. This was believed to bring family and buffalo back from the dead. Among the 300, seven infants were found dead. However, three days after the slaughter, one baby survived to be adopted by General L. W Colby, named Marquerite but the Indians called her Lost bird.