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I am a Sioux Indian By Wilbur A. Riegert
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"I am a Sioux Indian" is a wonderful pictorial exploration of the Sioux Indian's spiritual practices. Written and published by Wilbur A. Riegert, Ojibwa. Illustrations by Vincent Hunts... More > Horse, Oglala Sioux. First published in 1967.< Less
Quest for the Pipe of the Sioux (Hardback) By Wilbur A. Riegert
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Wilbur A. Riegert—Ojibwa by birth—was fortunate to meet the then last keeper of the White Buffalo Calf Pipe, Lakota holy woman Mrs. Martha Bad Warrior. The meeting set an unexpected path... More > for young Wilbur leading him to live w/ the Lakota at Wounded Knee on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. He dedicated his life and resources to preserving the legend of the White Buffalo Calf Maiden and her transformational gift, the Sacred Calf Pipe. “Quest for the Pipe of the Sioux” is one expression of Wilbur’s devotion to fulfill on the purpose of the Pipe—to bring Peace and Harmony to the People. He began writing “Quest” while Curator at the Wounded Knee Museum, housing artifacts from his family’s private collection as well as those of fellow Wounded Knee residents. The Museum told the heart wrenching story of the Massacre at Wounded Knee the inspiring message Mrs. Bad Warrior gave to Wilbur back in 1936. The history and message of the Sacred Calf Pipe is a profound and relevant message for today’s world.< Less
Quest for the Pipe of the Sioux By Wilbur A. Riegert
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Wilbur A. Riegert—Ojibwa by birth—was fortunate to meet the then last keeper of the White Buffalo Calf Pipe, Lakota holy woman Mrs. Martha Bad Warrior. The meeting set an unexpected path... More > for young Wilbur leading him to live w/ the Lakota at Wounded Knee on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. He dedicated his life and resources to preserving the legend of the White Buffalo Calf Maiden and her transformational gift, the Sacred Calf Pipe. “Quest for the Pipe of the Sioux” is one expression of Wilbur’s devotion to fulfill on the purpose of the Pipe—to bring Peace and Harmony to the People. He began writing “Quest” while Curator at the Wounded Knee Museum, housing artifacts from his family’s private collection as well as those of fellow Wounded Knee residents. The Museum told the heart wrenching story of the Massacre at Wounded Knee the inspiring message Mrs. Bad Warrior gave to Wilbur back in 1936. The history and message of the Sacred Calf Pipe is a profound and relevant message for today’s world.< Less