Whether you read Lakota Woman to learn about the Lakota Sioux in general, or to obtain precise facts for your own research, it is the perfect book. It is written on a young adult level, so it’s an easy read that any age would enjoy. It’s always fun to learn history through reading a story such as Lakota Woman vs. a textbook/5(16).
This book was a memoir by Mary Crow Dog, a half-blood Lakota woman who grew up in in a world where she was not white enough to be white, and not Indian enough to be Indian. The Lakota are a faction of the Sioux tribes that mostly occupy the Dakotas.4/5.
Jul 17, · Lakota Woman - Kindle edition by Richard Erdoes Mary Crow Dog, Richard Erdoes. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Lakota Woman/5().
I am a woman of the Red Nation, a Sioux woman,"" writes Mary Crow Dog. ""That is not easy."" With the help of Erdoes (coeditor, American Indian Myths and Legends, , etc.), Crow Dog uses her life as an example of the humiliations and hardships of modern Indian life—but in her case, a life vindicated by the brave defiance of the American Indian Movement (AIM).