The Ghost Dance put the desperate Lakota in a trance, and led to the death of Sitting Bull.
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Irma Beede sewed the very first penalty flag, but a referee popularized it almost by accident.
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Legend has it the inventor of the Popsicle stumbled upon the frozen treat by accident.
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