Fools Crow is based on interviews conducted in the 1970s. The holy man tells Thomas E. Mails about his eventful life, from early reservation days when the Sioux were learning to farm, to later times when alcoholism, the cash economy, and World War II were fast eroding the old customs. He describes this vision quests and his becoming a medicine man.
`Black Elk Speaks' Wins Audience Raves Play Featuring Native-American Cast Recounts the Oglala Sioux Version of History from Columbus to Wounded Knee Series: Peter Kelly Gaudreault Plays the Legendary Warrior in the Denver Premiere of Christopher Sergel's Play. John Belindo (Background) Plays General Crook., DAN MCNEIL Marilynne S. Mason, Monitor.
The Christian Science Monitor, October 27, 1993
Oglala Sioux Tribe Is Leery of Development; Residents of Area around Wounded Knee, S.D., Suffer Economic Hardship but Are Wary of Sharing Culture Eaton, Kristi.
St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), August 2, 2012
Books: Potted History and Preserved Etiquette ; Move over Ainsley - Here Comes an Oxford Scholar to Tell Us How to Eat. but Will We Listen, Asks Peter Stanford Stanford, Peter.
The Independent (London, England), October 28, 2001