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Welcome to the Oglala Nation : a documentary reader in Oglala Lakota political history / edited by Akim D. Reinhardt.

Contributor(s): Reinhardt, Akim D [editor.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Publisher: Lincoln, NB : University of Nebraska Press, [2015]Copyright date: ©2015Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780803284364; 0803284365.Subject(s): Oglala Indians -- History | Oglala Indians -- Politics and government -- Sources | Oglala Indians -- Government relations -- Sources | Oglala Indians -- History -- SourcesAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Welcome to the Oglala NationDDC classification: 978.004/975244 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover ; Title Page ; Copyright Page ; Contents ; Preface; Acknowledgments; A Note on Terminology; Introduction; Oglala Political History: An Overview; Documents in Oglala Lakota Political History; 1. Origins of the Očeti Sakowiŋ; 2. Oglala Winter Counts; 3. Jean- Baptiste Truteau Describes Lakota Politics and Expansion (1795); 4. Treaty with the Sioune and Oglala Tribes (1825); 5. Francis Parkman Observes an Oglala Political Meeting (1846); 6. Oglalas Meet with U.S. Officials (1867- 1868); 7. Second Treaty of Fort Laramie (1868); 8. Breaking Up the Great Sioux Reservation (1889)
9. Breaking Up Pine Ridge Reservation and Organizing Bennett County (1910)10. Preamble to the Constitution and Bylaws of the Oglala Tribal Council (1921); 11. John Collier's Plains Congress, Rapid City, South Dakota (1934); 12. The Indian Reorganization Act (1934); 13. Preamble to the Constitution and Bylaws of the Oglala Sioux Tribe of the Pine Ridge Reservation of South Dakota (1936); 14. Final Meeting of the Oglala Tribal Council (1936); 15. Oglala Sioux Tribal Council Resolution No. 1 (1936); 16. Meetings of the Oglala Sioux Tribal Council (1936)
17. Christianity and Politics on Pine Ridge Reservation (1936- 1937)18. Initial Ordinances and Resolutions of Oglala Sioux Tribal Council (1937); 19. Early Ordinances and Resolutions of Oglala Sioux Tribal Council (1938); 20. Oglala Sioux Tribe Bans Display of"Uncivilized Practices" (1938); 21. Office of Indian Affairs Monitors the Cutting of Timber (1940); 22. Office of Indian Affairs Curtails Oglala Sioux Tribal Authority (1942); 23. Letters of Frank Ecoffey (1942); 24. Office of Indian Affairs Officials Suggest Forcing Pine Ridge Oglalas to Contribute to War Effort (1943)
25. Interior Secretary Harold Ickes Restricts Tribal Government Membership (1943)26. Tribal Council Terminates the Tribal Buffalo Herd (1944); 27. Letter Granting Mr. and Mrs. Fast Horse Permission to Leave Pine Ridge Reservation (1945); 28. Resolution to Remove Pine Ridge Superintendent W. O. Roberts (1945); 29. Tribal Council Authorizes a Delegation to Washington DC (1946); 30. Porcupine District Council Demands a "White Man"as Farm Agent (1946); 31. Congress Authorizes Compensation for Gunnery Range Land Seizures (1956)
32. Commissioner of Indian Affairs Demands Greater Bureaucratic Efficiency (1960)33. Edison Ward Interviews South Dakota State Attorney Robert Maule (1964); 34. Tribal President Johnson Holy Rock Interviewed (1967); 35. Former Tribal Council Member Thomas Conroy Interviewed (1967); 36. Future Tribal President Gerald One Feather Interviewed (1967); 37. Oglala Sioux Tribe Bill of Rights (1968); 38. Interior Department Certifies Pine Ridge Elections (1968); 39. Presidential Hopeful Robert Kennedy Visits Pine Ridge Reservation (1968); 40. Political Tensions on Pine Ridge Reservation (1970)
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Cover ; Title Page ; Copyright Page ; Contents ; Preface; Acknowledgments; A Note on Terminology; Introduction; Oglala Political History: An Overview; Documents in Oglala Lakota Political History; 1. Origins of the Očeti Sakowiŋ; 2. Oglala Winter Counts; 3. Jean- Baptiste Truteau Describes Lakota Politics and Expansion (1795); 4. Treaty with the Sioune and Oglala Tribes (1825); 5. Francis Parkman Observes an Oglala Political Meeting (1846); 6. Oglalas Meet with U.S. Officials (1867- 1868); 7. Second Treaty of Fort Laramie (1868); 8. Breaking Up the Great Sioux Reservation (1889)

9. Breaking Up Pine Ridge Reservation and Organizing Bennett County (1910)10. Preamble to the Constitution and Bylaws of the Oglala Tribal Council (1921); 11. John Collier's Plains Congress, Rapid City, South Dakota (1934); 12. The Indian Reorganization Act (1934); 13. Preamble to the Constitution and Bylaws of the Oglala Sioux Tribe of the Pine Ridge Reservation of South Dakota (1936); 14. Final Meeting of the Oglala Tribal Council (1936); 15. Oglala Sioux Tribal Council Resolution No. 1 (1936); 16. Meetings of the Oglala Sioux Tribal Council (1936)

17. Christianity and Politics on Pine Ridge Reservation (1936- 1937)18. Initial Ordinances and Resolutions of Oglala Sioux Tribal Council (1937); 19. Early Ordinances and Resolutions of Oglala Sioux Tribal Council (1938); 20. Oglala Sioux Tribe Bans Display of"Uncivilized Practices" (1938); 21. Office of Indian Affairs Monitors the Cutting of Timber (1940); 22. Office of Indian Affairs Curtails Oglala Sioux Tribal Authority (1942); 23. Letters of Frank Ecoffey (1942); 24. Office of Indian Affairs Officials Suggest Forcing Pine Ridge Oglalas to Contribute to War Effort (1943)

25. Interior Secretary Harold Ickes Restricts Tribal Government Membership (1943)26. Tribal Council Terminates the Tribal Buffalo Herd (1944); 27. Letter Granting Mr. and Mrs. Fast Horse Permission to Leave Pine Ridge Reservation (1945); 28. Resolution to Remove Pine Ridge Superintendent W. O. Roberts (1945); 29. Tribal Council Authorizes a Delegation to Washington DC (1946); 30. Porcupine District Council Demands a "White Man"as Farm Agent (1946); 31. Congress Authorizes Compensation for Gunnery Range Land Seizures (1956)

32. Commissioner of Indian Affairs Demands Greater Bureaucratic Efficiency (1960)33. Edison Ward Interviews South Dakota State Attorney Robert Maule (1964); 34. Tribal President Johnson Holy Rock Interviewed (1967); 35. Former Tribal Council Member Thomas Conroy Interviewed (1967); 36. Future Tribal President Gerald One Feather Interviewed (1967); 37. Oglala Sioux Tribe Bill of Rights (1968); 38. Interior Department Certifies Pine Ridge Elections (1968); 39. Presidential Hopeful Robert Kennedy Visits Pine Ridge Reservation (1968); 40. Political Tensions on Pine Ridge Reservation (1970)

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Akim D. Reinhardt is an associate professor of history at Towson University. He is the author of Ruling Pine Ridge: Oglala Lakota Politics from the IRA to Wounded Knee , winner of the 2008 Great Plains Distinguished Book Prize.

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