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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.
Nelson, S. D. Black Elk's vision: a Lakota story. New York, Abrams Books for Young
Readers. 2010 47 p. [Lakota-Ogalala medicine man].
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.