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ERIC Number: ED066238
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Jul
Pages: 38
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Reference Count: 0
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Lakota Wohilikeegnapi. Curriculum Materials Resource Unit 4.
Red Cloud Indian School, Inc., Pine Ridge, SD. Oglala Sioux Culture Center.; Black Hills State Coll., Spearfish, SD.
The instructional material in this fourth of 6 units is directed to the 9th graders of the Oglala Sioux people. Discussed are the economy (production, consumption, distribution, and exchange of food, shelter, and clothing) of the Oglala Sioux people from past to present, in other words, from the time when a buffalo hunting economy prevailed to the present more diversified economy; the values of generosity, sharing, reciprocity, and helpfulness; the reservation and allotment of land which caused hardship and a slow adjustment for the Oglala Sioux; the effect of Federal-Indian policy termination; the problems of employment; and the needs of private business. An illustration of the Pine Ridge Reservation showing the Boss Farmers' geographical locations is also shown. (FF)
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Sponsor: National Center for Educational Research and Development (DHEW/OE), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Red Cloud Indian School, Inc., Pine Ridge, SD. Oglala Sioux Culture Center.; Black Hills State Coll., Spearfish, SD.
Identifiers: Oglala Sioux (Tribe)