The music of Native American group Lakota Thunder lend color and a sense of authenticity to this Travel Radio International "audio journey" that examines two culturally significant Native American sites that lie along the banks of the Missouri River.
In two of the many interviews the skilled Patricia L. Lawrence conducts in this illuminating audiobook, historian Jay Utter provides context on the impressive life-sized murals at Mobridge Municipal Auditorium painted by Oscar Howe, and Ladonna Brave Bull, while standing in front of the St. Bernard's Catholic Mission, emotionally recounts the painful religious assimilation her tribe had to endure.
Off the beaten path, these two sites are extremely important to Native Americans of the area.
Audio Journeys consist of on-location interviews with experts and the sounds of the subjects. United States explorations include national and state parks, historic sites, museums and adventures on snow, ice, camel, boats and walking.
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