Sicangu/Lakota Historical Timeline
Taken from the following sources: Among the Sioux of Dakota by D.C. Poole; With My Own Eyes by Susan Bordeaux
The Complete Edition
Black Elk Speaks, the story of the Oglala Lakota visionary and healer Nicholas Black Elk (1863–1950) and his people during momentous twilight
Paul Szabo ~ Lakota
The accomplishments, deeds, beliefs and spirituality of an individual Lakota was expressed through adornment of their personal belongings and
Kevin Fast Horse ~ Oglala Lakota
Native American artist, Kevin D. Fast Horse, specializes in fine beadwork and is well known for his trademark geometric designs.
Fred Grove ~ Kansas and Osage-Lakota
Fred Grove (born Frederick Herridge; July 4, 1913 – September 2008) was a Native American author and winner of five prestigious "Spur Awards" from Western Writers of America for his western novels.
Madonna Mary Swan-Abdalla ~ Lakota
Madonna Mary Swan-Abdalla (September 12, 1928 – 1993) was an American Indian woman Lakota. Born on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation in South
Arthur Douglas Amiotte ~ Lakota
Arthur Douglas Amiotte, (Wanblí Ta Hócoka Washté or Good Eagle Center) (born 1942) is an Oglala Lakota American painter, collage artist, educator, and
Black Hawk (artist) ~ Lakota
Black Hawk (ca. 1832–1890?) was a member of the Sans Arc or Itázipčho band of Lakota people. He is best known as an artist who, in 1880–1881, produced a set of 76-color ledger drawings of
Kevin Locke ~ Lakota & Anishinaabe
Kevin Locke (Lakota name: Tȟokéya Inážiŋ, meaning "The First to Arise") is Lakota (Hunkpapa band) and Anishinaabe. He is a preeminent player of the Native American flute, a traditional
Native American Animal: Buffalo
To be clear, this page on symbolic buffalo meaning actually details symbolism of the Bison.
Demographics of Native American
More than 500 years ago, Native Americans were the only people living in the continental United
Native American Fae Myths
The Lakota Canotila: In Lakota mythology, Canotila ("they live in a tree") are a race of forest-dwelling creatures, similar to fairies.
Rain-in-the-Face ~ Lakota
Rain-in-the-Face (Lakota: Ité Omáǧažu (in Standard Lakota Orthography) (c. 1835 – September 15, 1905) was a warchief of the Lakota tribe of Native Americans.