The Sioux of the Rosebud
A History in Pictures
From 1891 until 1948 when he died, John A. Anderson lived on the Rosebud, recording the daily lives and activates of the Indians as they painfully adjusted to an agricultural existence. Anderson not only captured scenes which documented the ordinary chores of farming, ranching, and butchering, he shows much of the Rosebud landscape, many famous Indians, and photographed the unusual White Buffalo, Sun, and Omaha dance ceremonies. This is one of the greatest single collections of Anderson's photographs.A great reference for the student of Lakota history.
Out of Print - All copies are new
1 pp ~ 1 color photos — ©1981