AIS at SCSU

AIS at SCSU

ETHS 312 is for students enrolled or who have been enrolled in SCSU's ETHS 312 class: Lives of American Indian Women

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The Jingle Dress 09/02/2019

The Jingle Dress The jingle dress dance is a spiritual healing practice dating back to 1918. Guided by the research efforts of Brenda Child—professor and current chair of the Department of American Studies—an exhibit featuring the evolution of the dress will launch in April 2019. How did this tradition emerge fr...

Inspiring Native Women 07/02/2019

Dahteste was a famous Apache woman warrior, and it was widely known that she could out-ride, out-shoot, out-hunt, out-run, and out-fight her peers, both male and female. She took part in battles and raiding parties alongside her husband and best friend Lozen, another Apache woman warrior. She and Lozen were good friends with Geronimo, and he chose her to be his official translator in his talks with the US Cavalry. After negotiating treaties with the US government, she was imprisoned in Alabama and Florida, and later, Fort Sill, surviving both tuberculosis and pneumonia. 19 years later, she was released and lived out the rest of her life on the Mescalero Apache reservation.

Photos from Rainy Dawn Ortiz's post 07/02/2019
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Duluth's First Public Mural by and for Indigenous Artists - Perfect Duluth Day 30/08/2017

Duluth's First Public Mural by and for Indigenous Artists - Perfect Duluth Day To me, it’s rather astounding to think that Duluth has been without indigenous representation for this long. I imagine people from all over the world have been visiting Duluth as tourists and have only gotten to see one side of this place, unaware of the precolonial history that it’s tied to. This m...

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