Richmond L. Clow is professor emeritus of Native American Studies at the University of Montana in Missoula. A graduate of the University of South Dakota, he received his doctorate in history from the University of New Mexico. Clow has written extensively on the American Indians of the Northern Great Plains and the history of the Black Hills. He is the author of seven books, a longtime contributor to South Dakota History and a recipient of the Robinson Award from the South Dakota State Historical Society for lifetime achievement in history.
History, South Dakota AuthorsAbraham Lincoln’s Statesmanship and the Limits of Liberal Democracy
Non-Fiction, South Dakota Authors, Tribal, Writers SupportIn Defense of Loose Translations: An Indian Life in an Academic World
Non-Fiction, Poetry, TribalNew Poets of Native Nations
Non-Fiction, Poetry, TribalBury My Heart at Chuck E. Cheese’s