Part historian and part artist, Fred Farrar chronicled the Black Hills from the turn of the century through depression of the 1930s.
Contemporary artists continue an ancient Native American tradition but also bring innovation and new designs.
There are South Dakota connections to the "Buffalo Nickel" and other U.S. coins featuring images of Native Americans.
In observance of South Dakota's Native Americans' Day, a look at the region's first permanent inhabitants.
Wagon freighter, State Senator, Rancher... Jack Hale accomplished a lot in the early days of Black Hills settlement.
First painted on buffalo hide and later on paper, winter counts provide a pictorial history of various Lakota bands.
Frontier doctor Valentine McGillycuddy had a positive relationship with the Lakota people on the Pine Ridge Indian reservation.
The story of George Crook and his soldiers is one of the more harrowing in the history of Dakota Territorial settlement.
A 20th-century artwork exemplifies traditional Lakota symbols and their meaning.