Image from Pipe Bag, Minneconjou Lakota ca. 1885

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Image from Pipe Bag, Minneconjou Lakota ca. 1885

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Lakota Pride: This is a small company located in the Black Hills whose mission is to provide Lakota made products and information regarding Lakota history and culture.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Ablaya's Gallery: This gallery features hand-made plains and sioux beadwork and quillwork: beaded bags, dolls, hatbands, knife sheath, bracelets, necklaces, chokers, and other items.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Oyate Music Group Recordings: Oyate Music Group Recordings publishes work by contemporary and traditional Native American artists and their music.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Dakota Songs: These songs are from two collections by Richard Becker and Dakota Tamakoce Singers

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Cal Thunder Hawk: Visit Cal Thunder Hawk's personal home page which includes links to some of his own art work. Cal is a Lakota from Rosebud.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Lakota Angels: Wanda Blacksmith Peacock, an enrolled member of the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe, creates these dolls. The site also has other artistic creations.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Visit Marvin Burnette, Lakota Sioux: Marvin is a Traditional Dancer and a Vietnam Veteran. He dose presentations, lectures,seminars and a vareity of cultural performances.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Calvin Standing Bear: Calvin is Ogala/Sicangu Lakota whose family comes from both from Pine Ridge and Rosebud Reservations. He is a composer and plays Lakota flute music along with making native flutes.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Dakota/Lakota Singing This page has information on traditional songs and singing as well as an archive of songs by Richard Becker and Dakota Tamakoce Singers. The site also has an essay on Dakota song structure.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Mike Marshall Mike is a Lakota artist and expert hunting guide currently working at the Beuchel Museum on the Rosebud Reservation.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Jim Yellowhawk Jim is a Lakota/Iroquois from South Dakota who produces art prints.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Joe Flying Bye Grandfather Joe Flying Bye (June 5, 1917-June 22, 2000) from the Standing Rock Reservation recorded ceremonial pipe songs and teachings for future generations in the Lakota oral tradition.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Indigenous This page provides information on the Rock Group Indigenous.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Kevin Locke This is an information page on Kevin Locke, noted Lakota flute player.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Matt and Nellie Two Bulls Matt (now deceased) and Nellie perform a variety of Lakota songs. Nellie also records for Oyate Ta Olowan, a resource for music from a variety of Indian Nations.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Lakota Creations: This gallery handles the products of several Lakota and non-Lakota artists.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Sioux Indian Art: This gallery handles the products of several Lakota artists.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920 Sound Recordings: A home page with a comprehensive listing of recordings of Native American music. Some Lakota material is available.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Donald Montileaux: Visit this modern-day storyteller's home page. You can also read an article on this artist.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

John Two HawksVisit Lakota teacher, musician and artist John Two Hawks' site for a variety of Lakota and Indian materials.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Medicine Wolf Home page of Lakota professional dancer Dustyn Medicine Wolf.

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Roger Broer Enrolled Member Oglala Sioux Tribe Lakota Artist: "I perceive my major strength as a 'no holds barred' approach to painting."

Lakota beadwork design from a dress yoke 1900-1920

Merle Locke - Lakota SiouxThis is an article on Merle as well as a listing of some of his work. The page is hosted on a server at Mississippi State University.




Lakota Dress Yoke: 1900-1920




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