Rosebud and Pine Ridge 'Porcupine' Reservations Native American Churches Incorporated


by Admin on August 9, 2012


Book: Peyote Religion: A History, Chapter 8 –  Efforts to Pass a Federal Law by Omer C. Stewart


60.     The Sioux peyotists were not satisfied with one incorporated church, but felt one in each county would be better.  The first was the Native American’s Church of Allen, South Dakota, incorporated on October 5, 1922.  It was followed by the Native American Church of Charles Mix County on November 28, 1922; the Native American Church of St. Charles, Gregory County, on February 20, 1924; the Native American Church of Rosebud on July 26, 1924; the Native American Church of South Dakota on November 28, 1924; the Native American Church of Washabough County on March 14, 1928; the Native American Church of St. Francis on January 10, 1935; the Native American Church of Buffalo County on July 18, 1935; the Central Council of the Native American Church of South Dakota on October 8, 1935; the Native American Church of Porcupine on March 20, 1936; the Native American Church of Sisseton on January 14, 1939; and the Native American Church of Norris on April 14, 1939.


Book: Peyote Religion: A History, Chapter 8 –  Efforts to Pass a Federal Law by Omer C. Stewart


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