Common Sioux Symbols and Their Meanings
The Sioux nation consists of three divisions: Lakota, Dakota, and
Concept of Wakan
To try to describe the Lakota (Sioux) concept of "wakan" would be much like trying to put down a few paragraphs and accurately and amply sum up
Dakota-Lakota Sioux Language
Dakota and Lakota are Siouan languages of the Great Plains. They are so closely related that most linguists consider them dialects of the same
Michael Spears ~ Lakota
Michael Spears (born December 28, 1977) is an American
Buffalo Stew with Fry Bread Crust
Heat the oil in a Stew Pot, chop the Onions add to heated oil. Cook for a couple of minutes.
Rinse your stew meat add to the Onions add the seasoning salt to taste and add tomato sauce or
Native American Dream Catchers Good Dream or Bad?
It's dark. The night air is filled with dreams...good and bad! A dream catcher is hanging close to the cradle or bed, swaying in the night
Yucca glauca (syn. Yucca angustifolia) is a species of perennial evergreen plant, adapted to xeric (dry)growth
Cornus sericea, syn. C. stolonifera, Swida sericea, (red osier dogwood) is a species of flowering plant in the family
Returning to the Lakota Way: Old Values to Save a Modern World
In Returning to the Lakota Way, prolific author Joseph Marshall presents the follow-up to his highly regarded book The Lakota Way. Using beautiful storytelling to relay traditional tales passed down
On Forgotten Roads with an Indian Elder by Kent Nerburn
In this 1996 Minnesota Book Award winner, Kent Nerburn draws the reader deep into the world of an Indian elder known only as
To begin prepare the corn muffin according to their directions. That calls for the two boxes of sweet corn muffin mix , the 2 eggs, and the mix. Bake until they are brown.
Choke Cherry Pudding Recipe
*** NativeTech Note *** Autumn and wilted leaves and pits of fruits contain hydrocyanic acid. Do not eat the raw pits! Elias & Dykeman's 1982 Field Guide to N. Amer. Edible Wild Plants states
Native American Religious Traditions by Suzanne Crawford
This book provides an introduction Native American religious traditions, placing them within their historical, social, and political