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14 Landes, Mystic Lake Sioux, 128–29; Raymond J. De Mallie, “Change in American Kinship structures: The Dakota,” in Robert E. Hinshaw, ed. , Currents in Anthropology: Essays in Honor of Sol Tax, reports in Anthropology (The Hague and manhattan: Mouton, 1979), 3:221–41. See additionally Appendix I. 15 Kinship pageant existed, in particular among cross-cousins; see Landes, Mystic Lake Sioux, 118–28. seek advice additionally Ella C. Deloria, conversing of Indians (New York: Friendship Press, 1944), 24–26; Pond, “The Dakotas . . . as They have been in 1834,” Minnesota Collections 12 (1908):485–89. For a great dialogue of the way social constitution constructed in nonliterate societies, see Sam D. Gill, past “The Primitive”: The Religions of Nonliterate Peoples (Englewood Cliffs, N. J. : Prentice-Hall, Inc. , 1982), 17. sixteen for info on Mdewakanton spiritual ideals, seek advice Prescott, “Contributions to the heritage, Customs, and reviews of the Dacota Tribe,” in ancient and Statistical details, 2:170–78, 229, 230–33; Gideon H. Pond, “Powers and impacts of Dakota Medicine-men,” in old and Statistical info, 4:641–51; James W. Lynd, “The faith of the Dakotas,” Minnesota Collections 2(1860–67): 150–74; Gideon H. Pond, “Dakota Superstitions,” Minnesota Collections 2(1860–67):216–31; Samuel Pond, “Dakotas . . . as They have been in 1834,” Minnesota Collections 12(1908):401–12, 425–28; Landes, Mystic Lake Sioux, 57–59. See additionally William ok. Powers, Oglala faith (Lincoln: collage of Nebraska Press, 1975); James R. Walker, Lakota trust and formality, eds. Raymond J. De Mallie and Elaine A. Jahner (Lincoln: college of Nebraska Press, 1980). 17 For a dialogue of faith and youth, seek advice Stephen R. Riggs to David Greene, September 10, 1839, ABCFM Papers; Charles A. Eastman, Indian Boyhood (New York: McClure, Phillips and Co. , 1902; ny: Dover courses, 1971), 41–50. 18 Eastman, Indian Boyhood, 41–46, 73–83; Prescott, “Contributions to the background, Customs, and evaluations of the Dacota Tribes,” in historic and Statistical info, 2:229. 19 Eastman, Indian Boyhood, 87–96; Deloria, conversing of Indians, 24–26. 20 Charles A. Eastman, Indian Heroes and nice Chieftains (Boston: Little, Brown and Co. , 1918), forty five; Bertha L. Heilbron, ed. , With Pen and Pencil at the Frontier in 1851: The Diary and Sketches of Frank Blackwell Mayer (St. Paul: Minnesota ancient Society, 1932; reprint, 1986), 149, 202; Pond, “Dakotas . . . as They have been in 1834,” Minnesota Collections 12(1908):485–87. 21 Eastman, Indian Boyhood, 41–46. 22 Lynd, “Religion of the Dakotas,” Minnesota Collections 2(1860–67): 161–62; Pond, “Dakotas . . . as They have been in 1834,” Minnesota Collections 12(1908):439–40. 23 Lynd, “Religion of the Dakotas,” Minnesota Collections 2(1860–67): 161–62; Gill, past “The Primitive”, 28–29, 77–81. For a dialogue of Little Crow’s adoption of the crow as his sacred animal, see Hughes, Indian Chiefs, 31; Daniels, “Reminiscences of Little Crow,” Minnesota Collections 12(1908):516. 24 the drugs dance is mentioned in Samuel Pond, “Dakotas .