These Were Mari Sandoz's Sioux

Nelson, Malcolm A.
January 2001
Telling the Stories: Essays on American Indian Literatures & Cul;2001, p39
Book Chapter
The article focuses on Mari Sandoz' book These Were the Sioux. The book for children apparently was about the Sioux Indians, their social life, social patterns, beliefs and traditions. Specifically, the book dealt with the nature and life of a heyoka, the sun dance, the child rearing system and the courtship practice.


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