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University of South Dakota. South Dakota Oral History Center

Department of American Indian Studies; East Hall Room 301; The University of South Dakota; 414 E. Clark St.
Vermillion, South Dakota 57069

Email: [email protected]

Fax: 605-677-5583

Phone: 605-677-5209

Repository URL: http://www.usd.edu/arts-and-sciences/native-studies/oral-history-center.cfm External Link

Repository code: sdu

Repository description (CRHP): Dozens of interviews from the South Dakota Oral History Project shed light on civil rights issues and CRM activities in South Dakota.

Repository description (extant): Our archives contain more than 5,400 recorded interviews and is a combination of two distinct collections: the American Indian Research Project (AIRP) and the South Dakota Oral History Project (SDOHP). [. . .]

The combined AIRP and SDOHP collections illustrate a holistic view of the Indian and non-Indian history of South Dakota and the Northern Plains region, specifically from the 1860s to the present. The AIRP contains the interviews of the Dakota, Lakota and Nakota languages, music, lifeways and spirituality, along with traditional and contemporary social, political and economical philosophies.

Repository Notes (CRHP): The South Dakota Oral History Center is part of the Department of American Indian Studies.

Repository type: University Special Collection

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