|Title:||The Tragedy of the Sioux|
|Publisher:||The American Mercury|
|Tags:||North American indigenous peoples, non-fiction|
In 1931, Standing Bear published My Indian Boyhood, a classic memoir of life, experience and education of a Lakota child in the late 1800s. That year, after an absence of twenty years, Standing Bear visited Pine Ridge, South Dakota. He was so distressed by the desperate plight of his people that he wrote “The Tragedy of the Sioux” in American Mercury condemning federal Indian policy for the continued destruction of the Lakota. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Standing Bear, Luther
Luther Standing Bear (December 1868 – February 20, 1939) was an Oglala Lakota chief notable in American history as a Native American author, educator, philosopher, and actor of the twentieth century.--Wikipedia.
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