Tasunka : a Lakota horse legend / told and illustrated by Donald F. Montileaux ; Lakota translation by Agnes Gay.

The story itself is about how the Lakota people came to have horses... not in recent times, but long ago. A very long time ago. A young Lakota man sees them and spends time away from his village, taming and training them. He brings them to the village, where nobody has seen them before. They learn t...

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Montileaux, Donald F., 1948- (Illustrator)
Other Authors: Gay, Agnes, (Translator)
Format: Book
Language:English
Dakota
Published: Pierre : South Dakota State Historical Society Press, [2014]
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