Lakota belief and ritual
University of Nebraska Press, 1980 - Religion - 329 pages
This volume is the first of four that will present the best and most important portions of the hundreds of pages of notes, interviews, texts, and essays that James R. Walker amassed during his eighteen years at Pine Ridge Reservation.
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His Life and Work
Walkers Autobiographical Statement
Comparative Materials for the Study of Sioux Religion
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