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Dakota Pathways Episode 19 - Telling Stories (Clip)

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Date Created 4/2/2012 10:55:01 AM
Grade Level 3-5
Category Social Studies

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Dakota Pathways: History and Legend (Dakota Pathways Resources/ Watch Entire Program)
South Dakota's history is filled with a wide variety of stories to be told and story-tellers to tell them. From Zitkala-Sa (Gertrude Simmons Bonnin) to Laura Ingalls Wilder; from L. Frank Baum, to Virginia Driving Hawk Sneve, South Dakota has been graced with fine authors and great story-tellers. This episode takes a look at several of them and even reenacts some of their stories.

(Jean Patrick, Badger Clark, Native American, Indian, Trickster and the Troll, National Humanities Medal, Little House on the Prairie, Old Indian Days, Charles Eastman, Wizard of Oz, By the Shores of Silver Lake, survey's house, Paul Goble, The Lost Children, Discontented Gopher, Nancy Veglahn, The Buffalo King, Pamela Hill Smith, Ghost House, stories, books, legend, fiction, nonfiction)

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