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LaVera Rose


LaVera Rose has written about the Lakota people in a book entitled Meet the Lakota with text in both the English and Lakota languages. She earned her M.S. in History from Northern Arizona University in 1994. She is an archivist at the South Dakota State Historical Society.


Online resources by or about LaVera Rose:

A Critical Review of Ann Renaldi’s My Heart Is On the Ground.
Author: Marlene Atleo, Naomi Caldwell, Barbara Landis, Jean Mendoza, Deborah Miranda, Debbie Reese, LaVera Rose, Beverly Slapin, and Cynthia Smith.
Type: etext
Description: A collaborative review of My Heart Is On the Ground, categorized as a “Book to Avoid”, by nine women of Native American and non-native background.


Books by LaVera Rose:

Rose, LaVera. Grandchildren of the Lakota
Minneapolis : Carolrhoda Books, 1999.
ISBN: 1575052792

Rose, LaVera. Iyeska win : intermarriage and ethnicity among the Lakota in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
Northern Arizona University, 1994.
Genre: Nonfiction
Audience: Adult

Rose, LaVera. Meet the Lakota, Volume One: The People

Rose, LaVera. The people = Oyate kin
Pierre, SD : LaVera Rose, 1992.
Genre: Nonfiction
Language: English and Lakota

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