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Charles Eastman's father was Ite Wakanhdi Ota, Many Lightnings, a Wahpeton Sioux.

Charles Alexander Eastman was their fifth child. James D.

Indian Boyhood, by [OHIYESA] Charles Eastman Part 1 out of 4

The role of Ohiyesa, or Charles A. Eastman in the history of the United States of America.
Martínez, David. Dakota Philosopher: Charles Eastman and American Indian Thought. St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2009.

Charles Eastman né Ohiyesa ..

Eastman (Ohiyesa), Waspetonwan Minnesota Dakota  hief Little Crow was the eldest son of Cetanwakuwa (ChargingHawk).
Charles Alexander Eastman
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1)Hiawatha

Hiawatha is perhaps the most famous Native American in history.

 

Charles Alexander Eastman - PBS

Messenger image of the crater Eastman, named for Sioux author Charles A
Overview of the “transitional” period for Native Americans in with attention to Eastman as public leader committed to indigenous peoplehood; emphasizes Eastman’s interest in “outdoor living” as healthy relationship to land. Useful general introduction.

In the case of Charles Eastman, a complicated story of cross cultural relations
In 1893, Charles and Elaine Eastman left the Pine Ridge Agency over disputes with governmental policy and moved to Imnejah-skah or "White Cliff," St.


Charles Eastman and American Indian Thought

On January 1st, 1891, three days after the at Wounded Knee Creek, Eastman led an expedition of a hundred Indian and white volunteers to attend to survivors, if any, of the slaughter by the Seventh Cavalry.

Charles Eastman-Ohiyesa Budget Tote Bag Zazzle

Powell, Malea. “Dreaming Charles Eastman: Cultural Memory, Autobiography, and Geography in Indigenous Rhetorical Histories.” In Beyond the Archives: Research as a Lived Process. Edited by Gesa Kirsch and Liz Rohan, 115–127. Carbondale: Southern Illinois Press, 2008.

Indian Heroes and Great Chieftans by Charles Alexander Eastman

He is known as Ohiyesa, the "Winner." The name was conferred on him by Chief Blue Earth (Mahkato) of the Wahpeton band of Sioux, chief of the "Dwellers Among the Leaves." As Eastman describes it in his book [1902], one midsummer's eve the Wahpeton and Kaposia Sioux gathered to watch their men play a game of stick ball, what we know as lacrosse.

The Soul of the Indian by Charles Alexander Eastman

The goal of the Eastman Fellowship is to increase the number of Native American faculty in American higher education by supporting Native Americans in completing the final academic requirement, the dissertation; and by bringing to Dartmouth College more role models for potential Native American graduate students among Dartmouth undergraduates.