These letters give a personal glimpse into the lives of two brothers:one who emigrated and one who stayed.
2014 Will Rogers Medallion Award FinalistA new contemporary memoir about family, faith, and life on the edge of the plains
The third chapbook from the SDSHS Press showcases the portraits of the South Dakota governors that hang in the South Dakota state capitol.
The discovery of an old trunk leads to a story of love, opportunity, and yearning set during the carving of Mount Rushmore.
"The return of Tasunka to the plains people was the Great Spirit's way of forgiveness. . . . and great horsemen rode the plains once again."
“Arthur’s singular gift is his ability to communicate both visually and verbally, and to do so with humor, grace, knowledge, and insight.”—Janet Catherine Berlo, University of Rochester