Smithsonian Voices

From the Smithsonian Museums

Max Hiroshi Yamane: Initiating Relationships with Native People

Learn how one Asian American has made extended family relationships and respectfully participates in contemporary Native culture.

Hank Adams carries a letter from the White House to Chief Frank Fools Crow (Oglala Lakota) during the siege of Wounded Knee. Pine Ridge Reservation, South Dakota, 1973. (Hank Adams Collection)

“The Most Important Indian”—In Memory of Hank Adams (1943–2020)