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    • Auto Caravan Invades Old Badlands Indian Bastion

    • Badlands South Dakota; Tourism -- South Dakota; South Dakota -- History; Vanishing Trails expeditions (S.D.); Native American culture; Ghost dance -- South Dakota -- 1890
    • The third annual Vanishing Trails Expedition auto caravan, consisting of 150 cars and over twice that many people, made the trip to the Pine Ridge Reservation to see where the Sioux held their Ghost Shirt dances. Henry Weasel and John Plenty Wolf...
    • Colorectal cancer in South Dakota

    • Colon (Anatomy) -- Cancer -- South Dakota -- Statistics; Rectum -- Cancer -- South Dakota -- Statistics
    • Colorectal incidence and mortality data for 2010 and estimates for 2012. Age-adjusted incidence and mortality rates 2006-2010.
    • Oceti Sakowin essential understandings and standards

    • Dakota Indians -- Great Plains; Teton Indians -- Great Plains; Assiniboine Indians -- Great Plains; Indians of North America -- Education -- Great Plains; Indians of North America -- Great Plains -- History
    • The goal of this project was to give school districts in South Dakota some basic knowledge about the Oceti Sakowin. “The hope is that citizens who are well educated about the Oceti Sakowin history and culture will be more likely to make better...
    • The Indians speak for themselves: literature booklet

    • Dakota Indians -- Juvenile literature; Dakota Indians -- Study and teaching -- Juvenile literature
    • Indian Ethnic Heritage Studies Curriculum Development Project - 1974-1975. Project was made possible through a grant from Title IX Ethnic Heritage Studies, ESEA, U.S. Office of Education, Washington, D. C. Suggested activities and text highlight...
    • Government of the Indian People

    • Dakota Indians -- Politics and government; Dakota Indians -- Government relations
    • Indian Ethnic Heritage Studies Curriculum Development Project, 1974-1975 was made possible through a grant from Title IX Ethnic Heritage Studies, ESEA, U.S. Office of Education, Washington, D.C. The goals of the project are to focus on life, ways...
    • South Dakota 2013 fishing handbook

    • Fishing -- South Dakota; Fishing -- South Dakota -- Maps; Fishery law and legislation -- South Dakota
    • Handbook providing information on licensing, statewide harvest limits, East River regulations, Missouri River regulations, West River regulations, Black Hills regulations, and general regulations for fishing in South Dakota.
    • South Dakota 2011 fishing handbook

    • Fishing -- South Dakota; Fishing -- South Dakota -- Maps; Fishery law and legislation -- South Dakota
    • Handbook providing information on licensing, statewide harvest limits, East River regulations, Missouri River regulations, West River regulations, Black Hills regulations, and general regulations for fishing in South Dakota.
    • Oahe Artifacts Date Back to 1300 A.D.

    • Fossils -- South Dakota; Native American culture; Oahe Dam (S.D.); Archaeology -- South Dakota -- History; Sioux Nation -- History.
    • Archaeologists and historians working with the Smithsonian Institution have completed 3 ½ months of excavating Indian villages just below thh Oahe Dam site. Initial reports indicate that these sites were used from 1300 A.D. to the middle and late...
    • Intercultural resources: Indian

    • Indians of North America -- Bibliography
    • The primary purpose of this bibliography is to provide teachers and librarians with a list of materials concerning American Indians, their culture, heritage, and history. It is in no way a complete listing of all available books.
    • Indian education

    • Indians of North America -- Education -- South Dakota
    • Indian Education brochure on 7 units of Indian studies, an annotated bibliography on Indian curriculum material, poster on - "How Wounded Knee Got Its Name"
    • Indians of South Dakota

    • Indians of North America -- South Dakota; Dakota Indians -- Government relations
    • The purpose of this 1956 booklet is to serve as a medium through which the public can become more familiar with some of the problems faced by the Indian citizenry.
    • Quiet

    • Indians of North America -- Study and teaching (Elementary)
    • Indian Ethnic Heritage Studies Curriculum Development Project, 1974-1975 was made possible through a grant from Title IX Ethnic Heritage Studies, ESEA, U.S. Office of Education, Washington, D.C. The goals of the project are to focus on life, ways...
    • Indian memories: the elderlies were wise and knowledgeable

    • Indians of North America -- Study and teaching (Elementary)
    • Indian Ethnic Heritage Studies Curriculum Development Project, 1974-1975 was made possible through a grant from Title IX Ethnic Heritage Studies, ESEA, U.S. Office of Education, Washington, D.C. The goals of the project are to focus on life, ways...
    • Learning of the Indian people

    • Indians of North America -- Study and teaching (Elementary)
    • Goals of the Indian Ethnic Heritage Curriculum Project include: to focus on life, ways and history of the Dakota/Lakota Indian people; and to include the transition period as well as the past and present in the units. This project was made...
    • Social life of the Indian people

    • Indians of North America -- Study and teaching (Elementary)
    • Indian Ethnic Heritage Studies Curriculum Development Project, 1974-1975 was made possible through a grant from Title IX Ethnic Heritage Studies, ESEA, U.S. Office of Education, Washington, D.C. The goals of the project are to focus on life, ways...

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