Wičhóoyake kiη aglí—They Bring the Stories Back:

Connecting Lakota Wild West Performers to Pine Ridge Community Histories

Arthur Amiotte, One Cow (1999)

Tag: Douglas Seefeldt

  • Community Scanning Event, Friday, April 19, 2024

    Buffalo Bill’s Wild West performed more than 3,000 times, over 30 years (1883-1916), throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe. Several hundred Lakota community members traveled as performers with Buffalo Bill and other Wild West shows during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Did any of your ancestors perform with Buffalo Bill Cody’s show…

  • Rapid City Journal article on the digital archive project

    Amelia Schafer filed an article titled, “Bringing the stories back: Project aims to tell Lakota stories from Buffalo Bill show,” in the Rapid City Journal, on March 18, 2024. Schafer, the Indigenous Affairs reporter for ICT and the Rapid City Journal, interviewed several members of the NHPRC-Mellon grant-funded project, Wičhóoyake kiη aglí—They Bring the Stories Back:…

  • KILI Radio show with Frank Christianson

    Wičhóoyake kiη aglí—They Bring the Stories Back: Connecting Lakota Wild West Performers to Pine Ridge Community Histories. KILI Radio show with Douglas Seefeldt and Frank Christianson. The project has been awarded a two-year NHPRC-Mellon planning grant in the inaugural cohort of the Collaborative Digital Editions in African American, Asian American, Hispanic American, and Native American…

  • KILI Radio show with Jeremy Johnston

    Wičhóoyake kiη aglí—They Bring the Stories Back: Connecting Lakota Wild West Performers to Pine Ridge Community Histories. KILI Radio show with Amanda Takes War Bonnet, Douglas Seefeldt, and Jeremy Johnston. The project has been awarded a two-year NHPRC-Mellon planning grant in the inaugural cohort of the Collaborative Digital Editions in African American, Asian American, Hispanic…

  • KILI Radio show with Emily Voelker and Emily Burns

    Wičhóoyake kiη aglí—They Bring the Stories Back: Connecting Lakota Wild West Performers to Pine Ridge Community Histories. KILI Radio show with Emily Voelker and Emily Burns, September 7, 2023. The project has been awarded a two-year NHPRC-Mellon planning grant in the inaugural cohort of the Collaborative Digital Editions in African American, Asian American, Hispanic American, and…

  • KILI Radio show with Ernie Lapointe and Donavin Sprague

    Wičhóoyake kiη aglí—They Bring the Stories Back: Connecting Lakota Wild West Performers to Pine Ridge Community Histories. KILI Radio show with Amanda Takes War Bonnet, Douglas Seefeldt, Ernie Lapointe, and Donavin Sprague. The project has been awarded a two-year NHPRC-Mellon planning grant in the inaugural cohort of the Collaborative Digital Editions in African American, Asian…

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