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We have selected the following Native American Culture websites and reading material you might enjoy. that may be useful for further reading.  As the list grows, we will be dividing it by tribe.  If you have additional selections that may be pertinent, please contact our customer support manager at lizbennett46@gmail.com
Websites:
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Children's Reading Material
Iannone, Catherine.  Sitting Bull: Lakota leader.  New York; Franklin Watts, 1998. 112 p.
Left Hand Bull, Jacqueline.  Lakota hoop dancer.  New York; Dutton Children's Books.
            1999. [32]p.
Nelson, S. D. Black Elk's vision: a Lakota story.  New York, Abrams Books for Young 
            Readers.  2010 47 p.    [Lakota-Ogalala medicine man].
Reading Material:
Adair, James (ca. 1709-1783).  Out of the flame.  London; [1775 1st. pub.], 1954.
- - -.  Adair's history of the American Indians: edited under the auspices of the
          National Society of the Colonial Dames of America, in Tennessee. edited by 
          Williams, Samuel Cole.  New York; Argonaut Press, 1966. 508 p. [1st published in
          1930]  [This text is on the Indians of the southern states.]
Black Elk, Wallace H.  Black Elk: the sacred ways of a Lakota. San Francisco, California; 
          1991. 199 p.
Buechel, Eugene.  Lakota dictionary: Lakota-English/English-Lakota.  Lincoln, Nebraska;
          University of Nebraska Press.  2002. 530 p.
Dooling, D. M. The sons of the wind: the sacred stories of the Lakota.  Norman, 
          Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma. 2000. 142 p.
          [Information provided by the Holy Men of the Lakota, sharing a collection of 
           stories on the creation cycle, the four directions and their making, the spirit and 
           animal appearances including significance, and how the people came to be.]
Goodyear, Frank Henry.  RedCloud: photographs of a Lakota Chief.  Lincoln, Nebraska;
           University of Nebraska, 2003. 211 p.
Greene, Jerome A.  Lakota and Cheyene: Indians views of the Great Souix War.  1876-
           1877.  Norman, Oklahoma; University of Oklahoma Press, 1994. 164 p.
Lapointe, James.  Legends of the Lakota.  San Francisco, California: The Indian Historian 
            Press. 1976. 160 p.
Steinmetz, Paul B.  Meditations with the Lakota: prayers, songs, and stories of healing
            and harmony.  Rochester, Vt.; Bear. 2001. 123 p. 
- - -.  Meditations with Native Americans: Lakota spirituality.  Santa Fe, New Mexico: 
           Bear. 1984. 144p.
Walker, J. R. (James R.) [b. 1894].  Lakota society.  Lincoln, Nebraska; University of 
           Nebraska Press.  1982. 207 p.
 
 

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