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Native American History and Legend

White Buffalo Calf Woman brings harmony and balance to Native Americans. As told by Joseph Chasing Horse.

White Buffalo Calf Woman brings the first pipe
as told by: John Fire Lame Deer, in 1967.

Lost Bird of Wounded Knee information.

SD Changing Land site

Bison sites

History of buffalo in South Dakota.

Native Americans used every part of the buffalo. Also, the site includes a timeline of buffalo in South Dakota.

Preservation of buffalo today.

Buffalo today. Cool graph showing the decline of buffalo over the last 400 years.

Native Americans today

Find the locations of modern Powwow ceremonies.

Institute of Native American Studies.

South Dakota State Historical Society

Makoché Music - Featuring American Indian recording artists.


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