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 the old, low-bellied dog that Dan said showed...

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