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We have included an extensive list of related sites. We preview each related site looking for adult content. Unfortunately, we cannot find all of the inappropriate material on an individual site. We include links we feel may be of use in the education setting. Each site has individual rights and disclaimers you must be aware of.

Please call us Toll Free at 1-800-456-0766 if you find any questionable content and we will remove it. If we have unintentionally linked to your site and we are not allowed to please contact us at 1-800-456-0766 and we will remove the link. Thank you.

www.mammothsite.com - 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.

http://www.tablemountains.org/Pages/Activities/052601/vanness/earlyhistory.htm  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

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