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ERIC Number: ED011467
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1956
Pages: 101
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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INDIANS OF SOUTH DAKOTA.
ARTICHOKER, JOHN, JR.
USING A QUESTION AND ANSWER FORMAT, THIS DOCUMENT ATTEMPTS TO EXPLAIN MANY FACETS OF THE PROBLEMS FACING THE SOUTH DAKOTA INDIANS, PARTICULARLY THOSE SIOUX INDIANS WHO HAVE RETAINED THEIR CUSTOMS AND CULTURE WHETHER LIVING ON OR OFF THE RESERVATIONS. A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE DACOTAH INDIANS AND THEIR EVENTUAL RESTRICTION TO RESERVATIONS PROVIDES THE BACKGROUND FOR THE INDIAN PROBLEM. THE DOCUMENT STATES THAT WHILE STATE AND FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES HAVE BEEN CREATED WITH THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR WORKING TOWARD A SOLUTION OF THE INDIAN PROBLEM, AND TRIBAL GOVERNMENTS ON THE RESERVATIONS PROVIDE FOR SELF-GOVERNMENT AS A MEANS OF IMPROVING THE SITUATION, THE MAIN PROBLEMS WHICH CONFRONT THE INDIAN ARE STILL THE LACK OF ADEQUATE EDUCATIONAL AND EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES. (DD)
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Authoring Institution: South Dakota State Dept. of Public Instruction, Pierre.
Identifiers: Carlisle Indian School SD; Haskell Indian Junior College KS; JOHNSON O:MALLEY ACT; Sioux (Tribe); SOUTH DAKOTA INDIAN TRIBES