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The official website of the Mammoth Site of Hot Springs, SD.
http://www.usbr.gov/cultural/ Anthropologists: information
on Indians, reclamation, and historical preservation of land.
www.mitchellindianvillage.org - The official website of the
Mitchell Indian Village.
Nomadic tribes who traveled about the region, established camps when
possible, and moved on when necessary.
List of possible books:
Clark, La Verne Harrell, They Sang for Horses: The Impact of the
Horse on Navajo & Apache Folklore, 1966, University of Arizona
Press, Tucson, AZ. Adult.
Ewers, John Canfield, The Horse in Blackfoot Indian Culture: With
Comparative Material from Other Western Tribes, 1980,
Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC. Adult.
Roe, Frank Gilbert, The Indian & the Horse, 1955, University
of Oklahoma Press, Norman, OK. Adult.
Viola, Herman J., After Columbus: The Horse's Return to America,
Trudy Management Corp., Soundprints division, Norwalk, Connecticut.
Ages 6 - 12.
Rounds, Glen, Sod Houses on the Great Plains, Hardcover – 1st
ed, March 1995 Age 6-8
South Dakota State