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Lakota Sioux children and elders talk together

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Publisher:
PowerKids Press,
Pub. Date:
1999.
Edition:
1st ed.
Language:
English
Description
Reaching hundreds of miles across the Great Plains, the Lakota Sioux have persevered for hundred of years. Kids will read about LaToya Brown Bull and learn from respected elder Gus Yellow Hair about little-known but vital pieces of American history. One unique practice among the Lakota Sioux is taking in kids who are not their own and making them part of a family.
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Grouping Titlelakota sioux children and elders talk together
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Grouping Categorybook
Last Grouping Update2020-06-20 01:17:05AM
Last Indexed2020-07-02 05:26:27AM

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seriesLibrary of Intergenerational Learning- Native The
Library of intergenerational learning. Native Americans
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subject_facetGreat Plains
Indians of North America -- South Dakota
Intergenerational relations
Intergenerational relations -- Great Plains -- Juvenile literature
Juvenile works
Literature
Oglala Indians
Oglala Indians -- Social life and customs
Oglala Indians -- Social life and customs -- Juvenile literature
Oglala children
Oglala children -- Juvenile literature
title_displayLakota Sioux children and elders talk together
title_fullLakota Sioux children and elders talk together / E. Barrie Kavasch
title_shortLakota Sioux children and elders talk together
topic_facetIndians of North America
Intergenerational relations
Oglala Indians
Oglala children
Social life and customs