Handbook

Oceti Sakowin Origins and Development. Evidence-based overview of Oceti Sakowin origins, homelands, treaties, reservations/reserves, and tribes/first nations. Includes 16 classroom activities in four K-12 grade levels and four content areas. Black and white, 47 pages with illustrations, tables, and bibliography, 8.5” x 11”. ISBN: 978-0-9855515-0-6.

Tribes and Reservations in South Dakota. Evidence-based overview of treaty lands, reservations, and tribes in South Dakota and data pertaining to them. Includes 16 classroom activities in four K-12 grade levels and four content areas. Black and white, 53 pages with illustrations, tables, and bibliography, 8.5” x 11”. ISBN: 978-0-9855515-2-0.

16.00

Tender Reverence. An introductory guide to Lakota astronomy that includes traditional narratives, constellation diagrams, directions for identifying constellations, a glossary, and a bibliography. Black and white, 16 pages, 7” x 8.5”. ISBN: 978-0-9855515-1-3.

Field Guide

7.00

Book

This Stretch of the River. Lakota, Dakota and Nakota responses to the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery Expedition and Bicentennial. Produced by the Oak Lake Writers’ Society. Black and white, 116 pages, 6” x 9”. ISBN: 1-57579-326-1.

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Seven Council Fires: Origins. A children’s book for grades 3-5 teaches the names, meanings, and origins of the Seven Council Fires nations. The Dakota, Nakota, and Lakota oyates are introduced chronologically. A diagram shows their places in the original camp circle. A pronunciation guide follows the narrative. Developed with input from South Dakota teachers. Color, 21 pages, 7” x 8.5”. ISBN: 978-0-9855515-3-7.

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Approaches to Teaching American Indian Histories and Cultures. Teacher-created overview of tribes and reservations in South Dakota. Includes standards-based classroom activities in K-12 grade levels and various content areas. Color, 123 pages with illustrations and bibliographies. 8.5” x 11” PDF. Click here or on the image to the right to download.

Class Booklet

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He Sapa Woihanble: Black Hills Dream. An anthology of writing about He Sapa, the Black Hills, by Lakota, Nakota and Dakota authors. The collected works include poetry and prose as well as a reference section containing the text of important documents pertaining to the legal status of the land. Produced by the Oak Lake Writers’ Society. Black and white, 229 pages indexed with maps, 6” x 9”. ISBN: 0-9721886-9-X.

Great Race Exhibit Catalog. Explore the Great Race exhibit as if you were there! Includes the original narrative, background and foreground texts by the exhibit curator, high-resolution photographs of each 2-D and 3-D artwork, all the poetry and an exclusive digital download of the exhibit soundtrack. Color, 54 pages with text and photographs, soundtrack download card, 7” x 8.5”.

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Exhibit Catalog

Handbook

16.00

Textbook

Oceti Sakowin Origins and Development (Student Textbook). Student textbook companion to the educator’s handbook. Black and white, 33 pages with illustrations, tables, and bibliography, 8.5” x 11”. ISBN: 978-0-9855515-5-1.

14.00

Tribes and Reservations in South Dakota (Student Textbook). Student textbook companion to the educator’s handbook. Black and white, 42 pages with illustrations, tables, and bibliography, 8.5” x 11”. ISBN: 978-0-9855515-4-4.

Textbook

14.00

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Books

Lakota Emergence. Learn the traditional narrative detailing how the ancestors of Lakotas came to live upon the earth. The narrative is illustrated by 16 original works of art by Lakota artists, and also includes detailed background information and commentary from the artists and curator of the Lakota Emergence exhibit. Color, 42 pages with text and photographs, 7” x 8.5”.

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