Dakotas: Where the West Begins
In Dakotas: Where the West Begins, photographer and writer capture the environs and the people of the western Dakotas with breathtaking grandeur and an eye for the compelling stories that animate them. From the fabled Missouri and the windswept plains to the wild-to-the-core badlands and the sacred Black Hills, this exciting new book takes readers to a little-known piece of awe-inspiring America.
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