Pow Wow: What To Expect

Pow Wow: What To Expect

A Pow Wow is a fun, family friendly event that is open to the public. Expect to see dancers dressed in beautiful regalia, to hear powerful drums, and to learn about cultures that span this continent w…
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Veterans Day 2018

“Even before they could vote, they served their country." Words like these are often heard when referring to Native American Veterans. As far back as the American Revolution, Native Americans have p…
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Prairie Edge is Heating Up!

From Sioux Trading Post: This crew has worked hard to bring the best botanicals and craft supplies for all your needs and here is their message, Greeting from the Sioux Trading Post!…
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January 2018 Happy New Year!

Happy New Year Everyone!Prairie Edge and Sioux Trading Post want to wish everyone a safe and prosperous 2018. We are getting everything wrapped up from 2017 and are now making our plans for this year.…
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Prairie Edge Events and Mother's Day

May 6th is our 2017 Open House event. We are excited to show off the many new products we are carrying this season and many of the "tried and true" items such as Star Quilts, Pendleton blankets, Filso…
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January 2017: 38 Years Later

Yep, folks, it's been that long for us. Prairie Edge started small and then evolved into a cornerstone business of downtown Rapid City, SD.Our business began in a chicken coop outside of Sturgis SD an…
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Native American Day & The 2015 Pow Wow

This month we are excited to celebrate Native American Day here in the great state of South Dakota. In 1989, the South Dakota legislature unanimously passed legislation proposed by Governor George S.…
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Sage Harvesting Do's and Don'ts

On May 5, 2015, we had to make South Dakota sage a zero quantity on our web-site. We had a short growing season in 2014 and we knew we would probably run out of this very important botanical before th…
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On Our Way, 2015 Denver March Pow Wow

At 5:00 am, Michael, Nancy and Elizabeth pulled out of the drive way and went off to one of this years major Pow Wow events, the Denver March Pow Wow. This is our area's largest pow wow and it is our…
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Cherokee Newspapers, 1828-1906...

Cherokee Newspapers, 1828-1906: Tribal Voice of a People in Transitionby Cullen Joe Holland. Cherokee Heritage Press. 2012This book is an excellent resource for an early study in American Indian newsp…
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