Native American Authors: Browsing by Tribe
Lakota AuthorsMoses Big Crow
Wallace Black Elk
Mary Brave Bird
Leonard Crow Dog
Martin High Bear
Archie Fire Lame Deer
John (Fire) Lame Deer
Joseph Marshall III
Lewis E. Mehl-Madrona
Vince E. Pratt
Chief Red Fox
Delphine Red Shirt
Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve
Calvin Thunder Hawk
Rosebud Yellow Robe
Online resources about the Lakota TribeThe Lakota of the Plains
Author: Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Description: Part of an online museum exhibit titled "North, South, East, West: American Indians and the Natural World" which "examines the belief systems, philosophies, and practical knowledge that guide Indian peoples' interactions with the natural world."
Lakota Wowapi Oti Kin
Author: Rev. Raymond A. Bucko, S.J.
Description: This Lakota Dakota Information Home Page includes information on :Bibliographic research, electronic texts,legal concerns, history, treaties, Lakota affiliated schools and others sites of Lakota interest.
Description: A non-profit dedicated to the healing of native peoples and the preservation of Lakota culture and language. A healing center to confront cultural genocide, disease, poverty, alcohol, drugs, and other problems including cultural and language education.
The Selling of Indian Culture
Author: Dakota/Lakota/Nakota Human Rights Advocacy Coalition
Description: A coalition against those trying to exploit, abuse and misrepresent the sacred traditions and spiritual practices of the Lakota, Dakota and Nakota people.
Author: Sioux Heritage Association
Description: This site provides extensive information about the Sioux language, Lakhota culture, a frequently asked questions reference section, and links to other sites that discuss Sioux heritage.
South Dakota Indian Tribes
Author: Paula Giese
Description: State map showing location of Lower Brule Reservation, with links to directory information for tribe and brief statistical information from BIA.
Wounded Knee Home Page
Author: First Nations Site
Description: Information regarding the past, present and future of the Wounded Knee Battle site.
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