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BHSU to offer American Indian Studies class at Crazy Horse Memorial

Black Hills State University will offer an American Indian Studies class at Crazy Horse Memorial in July. The course, Lakota History, will be held July 6-9. The class meets from 1- 5 p.m. July 6, 7, and 8 and 1-4 p.m. on July 9.

Lakota History will examine the history of the Lakota people along with major historical events in Lakota history during the time period 1840-1890. The events and people will be studied, along with area Black Hills field trips. This class is worth 1 (one) credit semester hour.

Instructor Donovin Sprague, BHSU undergraduate and graduate instructor, historian, author, artist, and enrolled member of the Minnicoujou Lakota, will teach this class.

To enroll contact Sprague at 605-673-4681 or Donovin.Sprague@crazyhorse.org. Students have until July 6th to enroll.
 

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