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Flyer announding a lecture by Dr. Charles Woodard, Department of English, South Dakota State University titled, 'The Truth About Devils Tower.' The lecture was part of the lecture/discussion series 'Between the Covers' sponsored by the SDSU English Club.
Charles Woodard Lecture, The truth about Devils Tower
Elizabeth Cook-Lynn speaking at poetry reading at a South Dakota Humanities Council event.
Elizabeth Cook-Lynn
Poster for first annual Lakota Storytelling Festival telling traditional and contemporary stories and facts told by repected Lakota elders, historians, and educators.
First Annual Lakota Storytelling Festival Poster
Correspondence from Mary J. Perpich, Bush Faculty Development Coordinator, to Carol J. Peterson, Vice President for Academic Affairs addressing the planning for a Indian writers conference at South Dakota State University.
Indian Writers Conference Correspondence
Joseph Marshall speaking at poetry reading at a South Dakota Humanities Council event.
Joseph Marshall
Lannan Foundation Proposal
Lannan Foundation Proposal
List of the mentors for the Oak Lake Retreat from 1993-2015.
Oak Lake Retreat Mentors
Announcement for writing workshops at the 20th anniversary conference during the Oak Lake Tribal Writers' retreat.
Oak Lake Tribal Writers' Retreat Announcement
Schedule for the Twentieth anniversary conference during the Oak Lake Tribal Writers' retreat.
Oak Lake Tribal Writers' Retreat Schedule
List of dialogue questions for the participants on the L/D/Nakota Interpretations of the River and Lewis & Clark at the Oak Lake Writers' Society retreat.
Oak Lake Writers Dialogue Questions
Correspondence discussing the Woyake Kinikiya, a Tribel Model Literary Journal including information on who is involved and the purpose.
Oak Lake Writers Press Correspondence
Group of writers at the Oak Lake Writers' retreat that includes Charles Woodard and Elizabeth Cook-Lynn (front row).
Oak Lake Writers' Retreat
Students and mentors discussing material around a table at the Oak Lake Writers' retreat.
Oak Lake Writers' Retreat
The bylaws and official organization of the Oak Lake Writers' Society .
Oak Lake Writers' Society By-laws
Brief essay on the beginnings of the Oak Lake Writers' Society held at the Oak Lake Field Station in Brookings County, South Dakota.
Oak Lake Writers' Society History
Poster for the Oak Lake Writer's Society readings at the South Dakota Festival of Book in Lead, South Dakota. Ronya Hoblit, Mabel Picotte, Deanna Stands, Kim TallBear, and Lydia Whirlwind Soilier read from 'He Sappa Woihanble.
Oak Lake Writers' Society Poster
Flyer announcing a poetry reading with writers Roberta Hill, Elizabeth Cook-Lynn, Joseph Marshall III to be held at the South Dakota Art Museum in conjunction with the Oak Lake Native American Writers' Retreat.
Poetry Reading at the South Dakota Art Museum
Roberta Hill speaking at poetry reading at a South Dakota Humanities Council event.
Roberta Hill
Correspondence from Lowell Amiotte and Charles Woodard in the planning of the third annual writers' retreat, 'Storytelling, Storykeeping."
Storytelling, Storykeeping Retreat Planning
List of sessions with Kim Blaeser for handouts at the Tribal Writer's Retreat at Oak Lake, South Dakota.
Tribal Writers' Retreat Sessions
Voices From Along the River Mini Grant
Voices From Along the River Mini Grant
Preliminary poster for 'Walk for Justice,' a spiritual walk from Brookings, South Dakota to  Canton, South Dakota honor of all women who have lost their lives to sexual violence. The walk ends at the Hiawatha Insane Asylum site in Canton.
Walk for Justice