A diverse range of speakers will explore how race, culture, class, and gender figured into, and were affected by, opening the Rosebud to settlement. Topics will include land claim issues, Lakota Poetry, homesteading, historic characters, and western art, among others. The meeting, hosted by the staff of the State Archives, is shaping up to be both entertaining and educational.
Ramkota RiverCenter, Pierre, South Dakota
May 21-22, 2004
Registration received prior to May 12 is $55 for SDSHS members and $65 non-members. After that date the registration goes up to $65 SDSHS members, $75 non-members.
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