Objects & Places from Lame Deer, Seeker of Visions

Richard Erdoes
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Peace Pipe - This object symbolizes man's relationship to the earth and to the spirits.

Mt. Rushmore - A place that was taken from the Sioux in the Black Hills.

Red Pipestone Rock - The Sioux pipe bowl is made from this object.

Green Frog Skin - This is the term for white man's money.

Native American Church - This object uses peyote as a part of their religious activities.

Wanblee - This place is a tiny Sioux village in South Dakota.

Uncle Tomahawk - This name is given to Indians who capitulate to the white man.

Clicothehil - This place is a reformatory in Ohio where Lame Deer was sent.

Pine Ridge - This place is a Sioux reservation in South Dakota.

Hanblechia - This is the name given to the act of going into a pit for four days and nights to obtain a vision...

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