A new dictionary of the Lakota language just hit the bookshelves. The dictionary's editors hope the twenty thousand words and definitions will help keep the native Sioux language alive. South Dakota Public Radio's Charles Michael Ray reports.
Humanities Desk On Demand
July 28, 2008
July 15, 2008
The best known radio personality of the 1930's was in Hastings recently, as the Chautauqua brought Will Rogers to town. To read more about the history of Chautauqua in Nebraska and about this year's Chautauqua, please visit http://www.nebraskahumanities.org/programs/chautauqua.html.
July 8, 2008
To read more about the history of Chautauqua in Nebraska and about this year's Chautauqua, please visit http://www.nebraskahumanities.org/programs/chautauqua.html.
June 27, 2008
For more on Maximilian's Journals and Karl Bodmer, and the current exhibit at the Joslyn Art Museum, please visit http://www.joslyn.org/exhibitions.
June 20, 2008
People in Falls City and in Hastings will get a chance over the next two weeks to see history unfold—Chautauqua is coming to town. For a complete rundown of the schedules in Falls City and Hastings, visit http://www.nebraskahumanities.org/programs/chautauqua.html.
June 3, 2008
John Sibbit is a Nebraska rancher featured in the NET Television documentary "Beef State." He tells the story of how the news of JFK's assassination put his ranch in economic peril.
June 3, 2008
A new monument marks the previously nameless graves of African American homesteaders.
May 21, 2008
In cattle country, where business is often settled on a handshake, a person's word is their bond. This story is drawn from interviews for Beef State, a documentary project of NET and the Nebraska Historical Society. For a preview, please visit http://www.netnebraska.org/beefstate
May 12, 2008
The Nebraska Historical Society is in the beginning stages of restoring its collection of over 3,000 artifacts from 14 Indian tribes.
May 8, 2008
For more about the book, go to http://www.nebraskapress.unl.edu/.