Photo at Crazy Horse Memorial in the Black Hills of South Dakota by Deb Hultgren/Flickr: Creative Commons
Since 1990, South Dakota has honored Native Americans’ Day as a state holiday on the second Monday of October. (I’m a day late.)
According to the S.D. Legislature, “Native Americans’ Day is dedicated to the remembrance of the great Native American leaders who contributed so much to the history of our state.”
In honor of all Native Americans (not just those in South Dakota), here’s a list of my previous posts with Native American connections:
For more information about Native Americans’ Day, Crazy Horse, and the Crazy Horse Memorial in the South Dakota Black Hills, see the Crazy Horse Memorial website.