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Annotation ANNALS OF THE NÁPRSTEK MUSEUM 38/1 • 2017 • (pp. 125–126)DOI. 10.1515/anpm–2017–0024ANNOTATIONKateřina KlápšĢová – Otokar Homola.Dakotská kultura na rozcestí:Vojta Náprstek a jeho dakotská sbírka z roku 1856 / Dakota Culture at theCrossroads: Vojta Náprstek and His Dakota Collection from 1856.Praha, 2016.Thanks to Josef Wolf’s Abeceda národů [Alphabet of Nations] (Wolf 1984) we have anexcellent definition of the Dakota that comprises of all the vital facts. We know that theyare/were one of the most numerous Indian tribes of the North America and that theybelong to the language group that was first considered Sioux, later Dakota, sometimesalso called Lakota.As their name suggests, their territory was mostly defined by today’s states of theNorth and South Dakota, Minnesota, Montana, Wyoming and Nebraska. The Dakotatribes are known for winning the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876 under the chiefSitting Bull; where after the battle, four thousand of his warriors settled in thetemporarily liberated area and in the nearby reservations. It was at this time when theDakota population almost doubled the original count of 30,000 and their way ofsubsistence shifted from hunting and gathering to agriculture.The new comprehensive Czech-English publication Dakotská kultura na rozcestí /Dakota Culture at the Crossroads by Kateřina KlápšĢová of the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annals of the Náprstek Museum de Gruyter

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ANNALS OF THE NÁPRSTEK MUSEUM 38/1 • 2017 • (pp. 125–126)DOI. 10.1515/anpm–2017–0024ANNOTATIONKateřina KlápšĢová – Otokar Homola.Dakotská kultura na rozcestí:Vojta Náprstek a jeho dakotská sbírka z roku 1856 / Dakota Culture at theCrossroads: Vojta Náprstek and His Dakota Collection from 1856.Praha, 2016.Thanks to Josef Wolf’s Abeceda národů [Alphabet of Nations] (Wolf 1984) we have anexcellent definition of the Dakota that comprises of all the vital facts. We know that theyare/were one of the most numerous Indian tribes of the North America and that theybelong to the language group that was first considered Sioux, later Dakota, sometimesalso called Lakota.As their name suggests, their territory was mostly defined by today’s states of theNorth and South Dakota, Minnesota, Montana, Wyoming and Nebraska. The Dakotatribes are known for winning the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876 under the chiefSitting Bull; where after the battle, four thousand of his warriors settled in thetemporarily liberated area and in the nearby reservations. It was at this time when theDakota population almost doubled the original count of 30,000 and their way ofsubsistence shifted from hunting and gathering to agriculture.The new comprehensive Czech-English publication Dakotská kultura na rozcestí /Dakota Culture at the Crossroads by Kateřina KlápšĢová of the

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Annals of the Náprstek Museumde Gruyter

Published: Jun 1, 2017

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