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African American, 99 Ainse, Joseph, 47 Aiton, John (missionary), 76 Akipa, Arrow, 45 Albers, Patricia, 157–58 alcohol, 53–54, 195 Allen, Ida Wakeman, 104, 139–40 Allen, Josephine, 125 American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (ABCFM), 68, 71, 74–76, 79, 86, 124 American Fur Company, 39 American Indian Movement, 175 American Indian Religious Freedom Act of 1978, 175 Amnesty International, 106, 174 Anderson, Gary Clayton, 55 annuities, 41, 65, 83, 87, 90, 102; 1837 treaty, 52–54, 59–60; 1851 treaty, 77, 89 Anpetuinajinwin, The Day Sets, 73 Anpetuomani, Emma Red Owl, 134, 139, 171, 207 Anpetutokeca, Otherday Zimmerman, 134 Arrow, Akipa, 45 art, 24–25, 40, 64, 155, 159, 161, 171; collectors, 19, 163–64; functional, 12–15, 22, 38, 143, 146, 158; High Collection, 167–69; Indian Renaissance , 173, 175–78; missionaries and, 156, 160; spiritual dimensions of, 18– 19, 33–35, 162, 179–80 artists, 13, 34, 119, 165–67, 169, 178 awls, awl cases, 19, 28–29, 42 B. Y. High Collection, 165–68 Bad Hail, Wasusica, 39, 44, 45, 61, 192 bark lodge, 20, 27, 48 Baskin, Eunice Kitto, 179–80 Bazile Creek (Santee, NE), 140 Bazile Creek Congregational Church (Santee, NE), 153 Bdote, Mendota (MN), 12, 39–40, 48, 56–58, 60–61, 77 beads, beadwork, 3, 11, 37, 69, 109, 143, 157; commercial production of, 64– 66, 163, 164–65, 166, 167; Eastern Dakota designs, 119, 159, 165, 192n29; garments, 17, 38, 119–20, index 225 Page numbers in italic refer to illustrations. 11index_Manu 2/17/2012 07:34 Page 225 120, 132–33, 159, 177; as gifts, 93, 161– 70; High Collection, 165–67; Indian Renaissance, 175; moccasins, 3, 178, 179–80; Ramona Kitto Stately, 35, 179–80; spiritual dimensions of, 34– 35, 179–80; as trade goods, 13, 28–29, 42–43, 50; winyan omniciye, 146–47, 155, 161–62 Beane, Lillian, 3, 160, 189, 194, 207 Beane, Sydney, 160 Beane, William, 100, 101, 160 beans, 21 Bee Woman, Tuhmagawin, 31 Benedict, Ruth, 30 Bickersta¤, Edith, 135–36, 141, 153, 154, 156 Big Eagle, Wambdi Tanka, 115 Big Foot Memorial Ride, 172 Big Sioux River (SD), 125–26 Big Stone Lake (MN), 5, 60 bison, 49 Black Power movement, 175 Blakney, Bernice, 141 Bloomfield, Nebraska, 164 Blue Earth River (MN), 5 Blue Sky, Esther Wakeman, 138 Boas, Franz, 30, 191 British, 12, 41, 47, 52, 54, 78 Brown, Joseph R., 45, 55, 81, 89 Bruce, A. J., 81, 197 bu¤alo, bu¤alo hunts, 19, 42–43, 103, 127 Bu¤alo Comes to Life, Tatanka Kinina, 122, 131, 150, 208n34 Buckley, Jim, 172–73 Calhoun, John C., 71 Camp McClellan (Davenport, IA), 94, 98, 107–8, 115–17, 201 Camp Release (MN), 96–97 Campbell, Duncan, 48 Canada, 8, 10, 44, 45, 51, 150, 198n2, 202n49 Cankudutawin, Red Road Woman, 39, 44 Cannon River (MN), 5 Canpadutawin, Red Cherry Woman, 4 “Cantektewin–The Ill-Fated Woman,” 37, 192 cash, 39, 55, 57–59, 103, 108, 127; for artwork, 40, 62, 64–65, 167. See also annuities casinos, 175–76 Catlin, George A., 17–18, 25, 34, 64, 190 cattle, 52, 81, 124, 127 cekpa pouch, 33, 64, 165 Center, Nebraska, 164 ceremonial objects, 20, 29, 165, 169 ceremony, ceremonies, 33, 94, 101, 133, 139–40, 148 Charging Bull, Peter Tapetatanka, 102, 200 children, 64, 110, 113, 114, 161, 172; bearing, 37; caring for, 4, 13, 18, 24, 130; at Crow Creek, 94, 96, 100, 103, 106, 113–14, 173; in Dakota population , 10, 53, 94–95; at Davenport, 96, 98, 107; education of, 71, 87, 135, 152; at Fort Snelling, 94, 97–98, 108; missionaries and, 67–68, 81, 86–87; naming, 133, 142; rearing, 31, 83–84, 86, 122–23, 153–54; wakanyeza, 33 Christianity, 70, 89, 136, 146, 148, 152; designs in artwork, 109, 161; marriage, 122–23. See also conversion Christianized Dakota, 71–72, 80, 90; at Flandreau, 128, 133, 139–40; at Santee, 123 civil rights movement, 174 226 Index 11index_Manu 2/17/2012 07:34 Page 226 Civil War, 90, 99, 107 clothing, 24, 65, 89, 125, 158, 177; at Crow Creek, 103–4, 109; at Davenport, 108; ornamented, 4, 50, 109; providing, 12, 19, 38, 76–77; as trade goods, 40, 43, 50, 55–61, 65, 130, 194 Cloud Man, Mahpiya Wicasta, 4, 73 collecting, 14, 40, 109, 190 collectors, 14, 18, 40, 163–64 colonization, 11, 14, 41, 68, 91, 106, 146–47, 201 Columbus, Elizabeth, Tawizicewakanwin, 103 Columbus, Iola...


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  • Dakota women -- History.
  • Dakota women -- Social conditions.
  • Dakota women -- Economic conditions.
  • Dakota Indians -- Industries.
  • Dakota beadwork.
  • Indian leatherwork.
  • Quillwork.
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