Bible illustrations; Bible study and teaching; Bible study -- Catholic Church; Black Elk, 1863-1950; Oglala Indians; Older Indians -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota;
Black Elk, an Oglala Indian catechist, teaching children with Lacombe's catechism in front of a log cabin. In South Dakota it was known as the "Two Roads" because it prominently featured two paths of conduct.
Automobiles -- South Dakota -- 1930-1940; Catholic Church -- Missions -- South Dakota; Chapels -- South Dakota; Indians of North America -- South Dakota; Tents -- South Dakota -- 1930-1940; Wagons -- South Dakota;
Verso caption: Upper Cut Meat Chapel, Sacred Heart. BCIM gift of $500 restored it. (Note: Lower Cutmeat chapel is Holy Family, Cutmeat proper (Parmelee P.O.) is St. Agnes Size: 8cm x 13.7cm Negative no.: Same as Identifier