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Photographs of Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota.

Author: Owen Luck
Publisher: 2000-2003.
Edition/Format:   Image : Graphic : Photograph : English
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Photographs created by Owen Luck of individuals and events that document life on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota, 2000-2003. Images consist primarily of informal portraits of individuals, in addition to formal and informal gatherings and views of the landscape.
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Genre/Form: Photographic prints
Pictorial works
Portraits
Named Person: Sylvester Bad Cobb; Edgar Bear Runner; Joseph Bear Runner; Selo Black Crow; Loren Black Elk; Wilson Black Elk; Anthony Black Feather; Carl Bone Shirt; Maxine Broken Nose; Wade Broken Nose; Elizabeth S Burke; Melissa Cahoon; Edward Clifford, Sr.; Andrew Courtier; Jordan Courtier; Maynard Courtier; Harold DeCory; Vicki Eagle Elk; Victoria Fire Thunder; Frank Fools Crow; Marvin Ghost Bear; Ron Hard Heart; Tim High Elk; Grace Hollow Horn; Gerald Ice; Pamela Ice; Glen Janis; Veronica Kills; Nicholas Kolb; Bob Lone Elk; Sid Lone Hill; Devona Lone Wolf; Owen Luck; Carolyn Bernadette Mahoney; Shirley Marshall; Eliza Morrison; Travis Nelson; Gifford Noisy Hawk; Thomas Poor Bear; Webster Poor Bear; Kevin Pourier; Valerie Pourier; Juanita Red Cloud; Oliver Red Cloud; Eldine Red Eyes; Delphine Red Shirt; Winyan Isnala Red Shirt; Vanessa L Reid; James Rock; Marylin Rodriguez; Calvin J Spotted Elk; Richard D Spotted Elk; Keith Sun Bear; Justin Thin Elk; Justin Thin Elk, III.; Marvin Ted Thin Elk, Jr.; Miranda Thunder Home; Olivia Thunder Home; W Two Bulls; Derek Tyon; Michael Walking; Isaac Weasel Bear; Alexander White Plume; Tony White Thunder; Floyd Wilcox, Sr.; Tray Wilcox; Justin Williams; Denae Yellow Boy
Material Type: Graphic, Photograph
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Owen Luck
OCLC Number: 78679776
Notes: Title devised by cataloger.
Description: 112 photographic prints : b & w ; 27.8 x 35.4 cm.

Abstract:

Photographs created by Owen Luck of individuals and events that document life on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota, 2000-2003. Images consist primarily of informal portraits of individuals, in addition to formal and informal gatherings and views of the landscape.

Images of a memorial site established for murder victims Wilson Black Elk and Ron Hard Heart at the site where their bodies were found west of the interstate highway between Pine Ridge Village, South Dakota, and Whiteclay, Nebraska, June 8, 1999.

Images of Camp Justice, a group of tipis established by protesters on the border between the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and Nebraska on July 4, 1999, and abandoned May 20, 2002.

Images of a graduation powwow at the Oglala Lakota College in Kyle, South Dakota, 2000, include a view of Maxine Broken Nose and Wade Broken Nose setting up ceremonial tipis for the event, a grand procession led by flag bearers carrying an United States and Lokota flags, a give away ceremony where elders and guests receive gifts, attendees at a food line, a concession food trailer, and children and adults in bleachers.

Views of the graduation powwow at the Oglala Lakota College, 2003, include images of the grand procession and Webster Poor Bear receiving an honorary degree.

Images of a rodeo held in the memory of Floyd Wilcox, Sr., in Wanblee, South Dakota, 2003, include informal portraits of attendees and participants, including a group portrait that consists of Harold DeCory, Tim High Elk, Justin Thin Elk, Tray Wilcox, Marvin Ted Thin Elk, Jr., Edward Clifford, Sr., and Justin Thin Elk, III.

Images at a powwow in Manderson, South Dakota, 2003, include a flag ceremony raising American flags and giving flags to families with members in the military, a naming ceremony, and jingle dancers. An additional informal group portrait shows nursing students from Yale University working at the Pine Ridge Hospital, consisting of Carolyn Bernadette Mahoney, Vanessa L. Reid, and Elizabeth S. Burke.

Images of a powwow in Pine Ridge, South Dakota, 2003, include views of the voter registration booths for the Republican and Democratic political parties, in addition to a group portrait of young dancers, including Derek Tyon, Justin Williams, and Isaac Weasel Bear.

Images of a memorial ceremony for Winyan Isnala Red Shirt attended by her family and friends include her daughter Delphine Red Shirt and religious leader Carl Bone Shirt, 2000.

Images document demonstrators engaged in a March Against Racism in Martin, South Dakota, 2003.

Images document the destruction of a hemp crop owned by Alexander White Plume by Drug Enforcement Agency and Federal Bureau of Investigation agents, August 24, 2000.

View of a memorial monument established for Frank Fools Crow, a Lakota medicine man and spiritual leader.

View of the site where two agents with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and a Native American man were killed in gun battles in June 26, 1975.

Images at the Porcupine Clinic Health Board include a woman receiving medication from a physician and an elderly woman undergoing dialysis treatment.

Several images of structures and activities on the land of Gerald Ice and Pamela Ice include a birthday celebration of a female relative and views of tipis and a sweat lodge. Another image shows the home of Vicki Eagle Elk between Sharps Corner and Kyle, South Dakota.

General views of landscape include agricultural fields and herds of horses and buffalo. Views of structures consist of dilapidated housing, including view of public housing projects in Manderson and Porcupine, South Dakota; and commercial structures, including a derelict grain silo with graffiti in Batesland, South Dakota.

Informal portraits of Oglala Lakota men, women, and children include Sylvester Bad Cobb, Edgar Bear Runner, Joseph Bear Runner, Loren Black Elk, Selo Black Crow, Anthony Black Feather, Maxine Broken Nose, Wade Broken Nose, Melissa Cahoon, Andrew Courtier, Jordan Courtier, Maynard Courtier, Marvin Ghost Bear, Gifford Noisy Hawk , Olivia Thunder Home, Miranda Thunder Home, Victoria Fire Thunder, Grace Hollow Horn, Glen Janis, Veronica Kills, Nicholas Kolb, Bob Lone Elk, Sid Lone Hill, Gerald Ice, Devona Lone Wolf, Shirley Marshall, Eliza Morrison, Travis Nelson, Thomas Poor Bear, Webster Poor Bear, Kevin Pourier, Valerie Pourier, Oliver Red Cloud, Juanita Red Cloud, Eldine Red Eyes, James Rock, Marylin Rodriguez, Calvin J. Spotted Elk, Richard D. Spotted Elk, Keith Sun Bear, W. Two Bulls, Michael Walking, Alexander White Plume, Tony White Thunder, and Denae Yellow Boy.

Informal group portraits include the Bear Runner family from Porcupine, South Dakota; Janis family of Kyle, South Dakota; and members of YouthWorks, a faith based initiative based in Minneapolis, painting houses in Martin, South Dakota, 2003.

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