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A list of readings:
The American West : a treasury of stories, legends, narratives,
songs & ballads of western America / edited with an introduction
by William Targ. Publisher: Cleveland : The World publishing
American folklore and legend. Publisher: Pleasantville, N.Y.
: Reader's Digest Association, c1978.
American Indian myths and legends / selected and edited by
Richard Erdoes and Alfonso Ortiz. Edition: 1st ed. Publisher: New
York : Pantheon Books, c1984.
American legends of the Wild West / Richard Mancini.
Publisher: Philadelphia : Courage Books, c1992.
American Indian stories, legends, and other writings /
Zitkala-Sa ; edited with an introduction and notes by Cathy N.
Davidson and Ada Norris. Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Penguin Books,
Black Hills, sacred hills / [text, Tom Charging Eagle and
RonZeilinger ; photographs, Ron Zeilinger.] Publisher: Chamberlain,
S.D. : Tipi Press, c1987.
Black Hills, the land of legend, by S. Goodale Price;
illustrations by Charlotte Gutshall, drawings made from actual
photographs of the period indicated. Publisher: Los Angeles, Calif.,
DeVorss & co. [c1935]
Black Robe Woman, Lakota warrior : being the second part of
the Crazy Horse chronicles / by Richard Jepperson ; illustrated by
Ken Mundie ; foreword by Robert A. Clark. Publisher: Park City, Utah
: String of Beads Publications, c2001.
Adopted by the eagles : a Plains Indian story of friendship and
treachery / told & illustrated by Paul Goble. Edition: 1st ed.
Publisher: New York : Bradbury Press ; Toronto : Maxwell Macmillan
Canada ; New York : Maxwell Macmillan International, c1994.
Daughter of the gold camp : with illustrated poems of the
gold country / by Marjorie Yates Price ; and Legends of the Western
Indian / by S. Goodale Price. Publisher: Rapid City, S. D. : Espe
Printing Company, 1962.
Historical stories, legends and traditions; Roberts county
and northeastern South Dakota. Publisher: [Sisseton, S.D.] Published
by The Sisseton Courier, [1939?]
Legends of the mighty Sioux, compiled by workers of the South
Dakota Writers' Project, Work Projects Administration.
Illustrated by Sioux Indian artists. Chicago, A. Whitman, 1941
Publisher: [New York, AMS Press, 1975]
The legend of the White Buffalo Woman / Paul Goble. Edition:
1st ed. Publisher: Washington, D.C. : National Geographic Society,
c1998. (Age 3-6)
Red hunters and the animal people / By Charles A. Eastman (Ohiyesa).
Publisher: New York : Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1904.
Legend of Punished Woman's Lake : South Shore history : Three
oil test wells / printed by the South Shore Gazette. Publisher:
South Shore, South Dakota : South Shore Gazette, 1967.
After the gold rush : place names of the Tinton mining region
/ by Christopher Hills. Publisher: Pierre, S.D. : State Pub. Co.,
Black Hills pioneer stories / by Carl Leedy, edited and
chapter introductions by Mildred Fielder. Publisher: Lead, S.D. :
Bonanza Trails Publications, .
The Black Hills ; or, The last hunting ground of the Dakotahs : a
complete history of the Black Hills of Dakota from their first
invasion in 1874 to the present time ... / by Annie D. Tallent.
Edition: 2nd ed. Publisher: Sioux Falls, S.D. : Brevet Press, 
The Black Hills after Custer / by Bob Lee. Publisher:
Virginia Beach : Donning, c1997.
Bob Lee's Black Hills notebook. Variant-Title: Black Hills
notebook Publisher: [South Dakota? : s.n., 1998?]
Custer's gold; the United States cavalry expedition of 1874,
by Donald Jackson. Publisher: New Haven, Yale University Press,
South Dakota State
Makoché Music - Featuring American
Indian recording artists.