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August 03, 2006


Mark Seneker

Hope you don't mind me posting years afterwards. On the topic of Indians. One of my all time favorite books is the Lakota Way. It a book of stories the Lakota used in teaching their children. Adults can learn from it at well. A professor from Park College in Kansas City introduced the book to me. He explained the Indians embellished the stories in order to keep the children's attention.

I bought several copies and handed it out.

I'm enjoying reading your wonderfully organized writings.



Thanks for your kind comment about our blog and your recommended reading. It is always gratifying to hear from readers who enjoy the blog.  It is so much fun learning history on our travels. Sure does bring life to it. It has led us to read related books to gain a deeper understanding. Well add your recommendation to our list. 

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