Tag Archives: Sioux

Keeping Children Active and Learning in Summer Months

Memorial Day weekend is often considered the unofficial start to summer and now that it’s behind us, summer break is on the minds of many children – and their parents! Summer may call for some rest and relaxation, but maintaining some aspects of the school day is just as important to keep young minds learning […]

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Leon Hale, Walking in Two Worlds

When I think about the idea of “walking in two worlds,” I consider everything that encompasses. Does it mean that I am two people? Does it mean that I am a fragmented person? Perhaps it means both, or neither. At any rate, I had the honor of visiting with Leon Hale, an elderly man from […]

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Reservation Series: Northern Cheyenne

A brief overview of Northern Cheyenne history and culture, and economy on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation.

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What is an Indian? Each Tribe is Different

Native Americans are not all from the same tribe but have different languanges, forms of government and origins.

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Native American Code Talkers

Laura mentioned the Navajo Code Talkers in World War II and that recognition for their help in winning the war was a long time coming. Since their recognition, public interest in these code talker-heroes has been high. But did you know that Veterans from many different tribes served as code talkers?  According to the Code Talkers […]

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