Native American Culture

Images of the Past: Fred Farrar

21 hours ago
Mark Slocum

In The Moment ... April 20, 2020 Show 799 Hour 2

The history and pictures of western South Dakota run deep. Fred Farrar captured the Black Hills from the turn of the century through the depression of the 1930s. As a young boy, Fred's mother read him "Last of the Mohican's" which ended up being a major influence on him when it came to nature and Native American culture. For today's Images of the Past, Mark Slocum tells us more of this pioneer. Mark is the executive director of the Minnilusa Historical Association and Pioneer Collection in Rapid City.

 

15th Biennial Indian Law Symposium

Mar 20, 2018
University of South Dakota

In The Moment ... March 20, 2018 Show 300 Hour 2

Professor Frank Pommersheim of the University of South Dakota Law School delivers opening remarks Wednesday evening at the 15th Biennial Indian Law Symposium. "The Challenges of Culture, Governance and Respect in Indian Country" is the theme of the symposium hosted by USD's Native American Law Student Association (NALSA) chapter.

Pommersheim specializes in the field of American Indian Law.