Objects & Places from Neither Wolf nor Dog: On Forgotten Roads with an Indian Elder

Kent Nerburn
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Buffalo rock - This is a a three-sided historical marker that enclosed a large boulder with a plaque on it.

Red Lake people - These are the people with whom Nerburn spent time when he wrote his Red Road book series. The Red Road books suggested to Dan its author Nerburn would be a good writer for his book.

Lakota Indian - This is the name of the tribe of Indians to which Dan and his friends and family belong about whom Nerburn wrote this book.

Wakan - This is the Lakota term used to refer to the English term sacred.

Wakan Tanka - This is the Lakota term used to mean the English term for Creator.

Missouri River - This is the name of the river with an east-west bridge that Grover drove over on their trip to Mobridge.

Fatback - This is the name of...

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