Survey of Indian Reservations was compiled by the South Dakota Emergency Relief Administration during the Great Depression. The health, housing, education, finances, religion, and customs of individual Indian families on major reservations were examined and the resulting data analyzed by experts. The areas studied include the Sisseton Agency, Pine Ridge Agency, Rosebud Agency, Cheyenne Agency, Standing Rock Agency, and the Crow, Lower Brule, and Flandreau Reservations (Source: ProQuest).
Printed microfilm guide 970.5 R299g Housed in Microtext Reference
Media: 35mm Film
Filed Under: Native American