S1, Ep 7 "The Education of Clarence Three Stars"
How did Clarence Three Stars, a son of the Lakota warrior Yellow Knife, navigate the profound cultural transition from the 1860s to the 1920s? In this episode, Dr. Jones and guest Phillip Burnham discuss this man's fascinating circumstances and how he navigated life from the Oglala in Dakota Territory to Carlisle Indian school to working in Philadelphia and back to Pine Ridge in South Dakota. A contemporary of Luther Standing Bear, Clarence Three Stars reveals more about the complexities of his circumstances in this conversation about his life. The article won the Schell Prize and can be found at: South Dakota History Journal, Vol 50, No. 2. SDHSPress.com/journal/South-Dakota-Journal-50-2