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Old 09-29-2018, 07:31 AM   #1
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Pine Ridge Reservation in 1890th?

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Does anyone have any tips on where to find information about the conditions in Pine Ridge reservation during 1890th-early 1900?
The condition they were living in and how that affected them? Link or PDF?

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Old 09-29-2018, 11:59 AM   #2
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Off the top of my head I can think of a dozen books with direct or indirect references to conditions. Plus a half a dozen websites to various online collections of records from folks who worked for the government. Could you please narrow this down a little bit? Is this an in depth search for research project, or a smash and grab for a term paper?
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Its an examination paper, where we are supposed to reflect on some topic that has had a impact on american history. I was thinking of writing about conditions in Pine Ridge then and now. Everything is of great help, ofc. Im searching for info myself, however Im pretty unsuccesfull on find good material from the "then" part.
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This is a subject and time period where the internet is going to be of limited utility. You're going to have to hit the stacks I'm afraid.
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This book has a discussion of some of the event on PR in the 1890-1900 and how they relate to more recent events

The Death of Raymond Yellow Thunder: And Other True Stories from the Nebraska-Pine Ridge Border Towns, Stew Magnusen; Texas Tech University Press: Lubbock, TX, 2013.
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I have read in the book "Lakota Noon" that Black Elk lived in Pine Ridge and he found it boring in the reservation.He lived till 1950, i think that makes him the oldest survivor of the Little Bighorn battle.
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I have read in the book "Lakota Noon" that Black Elk lived in Pine Ridge and he found it boring in the reservation.He lived till 1950, i think that makes him the oldest survivor of the Little Bighorn battle.
Maybe.......He outlived my G Grandfather by 3 years !
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Maybe.......He outlived my G Grandfather by 3 years !

Maybe a stupid question but was he also at the Little Bighorn?
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Maybe a stupid question but was he also at the Little Bighorn?
Although I've been told "there are no stupid questions" , by my answering your post about Black Elk , it would infer that my G-Grandfather was indeed at The Little Big Horn Battle. He was allowed to watch the battle from the next hill as he was only 10 or 11 years old. There is a book "The Soul of the Red Man" by Thomas Benton Williams that details his life and his adventures ! The book is rare and expensive , but there are some libraries that have it. My G-Grandfathers name is Stacy Riggs , his Cheyenne name is "Little Red Hat" , the Kiowa called him "Lone Wolf".
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Although I've been told "there are no stupid questions" , by my answering your post about Black Elk , it would infer that my G-Grandfather was indeed at The Little Big Horn Battle. He was allowed to watch the battle from the next hill as he was only 10 or 11 years old. There is a book "The Soul of the Red Man" by Thomas Benton Williams that details his life and his adventures ! The book is rare and expensive , but there are some libraries that have it. My G-Grandfathers name is Stacy Riggs , his Cheyenne name is "Little Red Hat" , the Kiowa called him "Lone Wolf".
Lone Wolf, that name sounds familiar.I can't remember where i know it from.

I was wrong about Black Elk.The oldest survivor from the battle is Beard from the Minneconjou tribe.He was the seventeen year old brother from Standing Beaar and he died in 1955.
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