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Ella Deloria

Linguist, anthropologist, did pioneering work with the Dakota languages. Daughter of The Rev. Philip Joseph Deloria, Dakota Episcopal priest. Graduate of Columbia in 1915 with a B.S. degree. Worked with the YWCA at the Hskell Indian School in Kansas, and the W.H. Over Museum at the University of South Dakota. She collected and translated many Dakota stories; wrote grammars of several Dakota dialects and researched Dakota life under Margaret Mead.

Photograph courtesy of the Ella C. Deloria Research Project, Dakota Indian Foundation, Chamberlain SD

The Rev. Dr. Jo Ann Barker
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Organization

The Rev. Dr. Matilda E. G. Dunn
President, Grants

The Rev. Rose Mary Joe-Kinale
Vice President

The Rev. Cecily Sawyer Harmon
Treasurer

The Rev. Dr. Jo Ann Barker
Secretary