When he died in 1953, he was buried in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, a place formed when two municipalities changed their names in order to receive …
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2016: 14 games; led Huskies with 71 tackles (49 solo) and 10 tackles for loss; added 3.0 sacks, six pass breakups, two interceptions; named All …
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JIM THORPE, Pennsylvania (AP) - The surviving sons of the famous American Indian athlete Jim Thorpe have long fought to get the remains of their father moved to tribal lands in Oklahoma, where he was born, and they …
Jim Thorpe
On May 28, 1888, Jim Thorpe was born in a one-room cabin in Prague, Oklahoma. A member of the Sac and Fox Nation, Thorpe—an Olympic champion and football and baseball star—was perhaps the greatest all …
Jim Thorpe
The hand-lettered donation jar on Anne Marie Fitzpatrick's store counter says what many residents of this well …
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He earned consensus All-American honors and edged LSU’s Tre’Davious …
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Brothers Sol and Billy Bayouth have been to many of the biggest sports events on earth and especially here in Tulsa in the past 50 years. The madness has started in earnest at the BOK Center on Friday, as Baylor is …
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But an appeals court in Philadelphia said in October that Thorpe’s body should remain in Jim Thorpe, determining that U.S. District Judge Richard Caputo misapplied the Native American Graves Protection and …
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Jim Thorpe, left, is greeted by a group of American Indians from a nearby reservation at St. Petersburg, Fla. Jim Thorpe's body will stay in the Pennsylvania town where he was laid to rest six decades ago after a federal …
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