by David Little Elk
- a Lakota language course consisting of 20 CDs featuring words, sentences, dialogues and exercises. A number of printed worksheets accompany each CD. This course was declared the official Lakota language course of the tribe by the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Council in August 2002. Since then it has been used by many other schools elsewhere in the USA.
Buy from: http://www.malakota.com
by Ruth B. Holmes and Betty Sharp Smith
- a course in Lakota developed at Oglala Lakota College, Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota consisting of a 15 audio cassettes and a textbook. All recordings are by native speakers.
by Oglala Lakota College
by Albert White Hat
- this is the first Lakota textbook to be written by a native Lakota speaker. It emphasizes emphasizes vocabulary and pronunciation, and includes detailed notes on grammar and Lakota culture.
by Eugene Buechel and Paul Manhart
by Bruce Ingham
by Stephen R. Riggs
- contains a detailed description of the Santee dialect of Dakota; texts of traditional stories as recounted in Dakota by native speakers accompanied by English translations, and an ethnography overview of various aspects of Dakota culture and history.
by John P. Williamson
Lakota language courses are also available from: http://www.lakhota.org
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