Picturing Change: The Impact of Ledger Drawings on Native American Art

Native American ledger art - Linda Haukaas, Manly Heart Woman Stealing Back Horses, colored pencil, graphite, and ink on paper; purchased through the Hood Museum of Art Acquisition Fund.

Double Woman by: Michele D. Burger The Double Woman is a fantastic character whose embodiment and spirits are part of Lakota Society. For the Lakota, the idea of Wakan is everywhere.

Native American Art & Crafts from the Northern Plains. Prairie Edge is a purveyor of Beadwork and Quillwork from local Lakota artists and craft workers.

George Flett's Prairie Chicken Dancers  kK

Prairie Chicken Dancers Grand Entry Song - White Lodge Mandaree, ND, gouache and ink on 1891 ledge paper , George Flett kK

"Buffalo Medicine" #Elk #Hide  #Lakota artist Jim Little Wounded uses acrylic paints and a commercially tanned elk hide to tell the story of this war party.

"Buffalo Medicine" artist Jim Little Wounded uses acrylic paints and a commercially tanned elk hide to tell the story of this war party.

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