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    Sioux Indians include the Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota divisions. Souix Indians, or the great Sioux Nation as they are also known, are divided into three main divisions: the Lakota, the Dakota, and the Nakota. These divisions are based on the language dialects spoken. The Sioux maintain many separate tribal governments scattered across several reservations and communities in the Dakotas, Minnesota, Nebraska, and also in Manitoba and southern Saskatchewan in Canada. The Santee people migrated north and westward from the south and east into Ohio then to Minnesota. The Santee were a woodland people who thrived on hunting, fishing and subsistence farming. Migrations of Anishinaabe/Chippewa people from the east in the 17th and 18th centuries, with muskets supplied by the French and British, pushed the Santee further into Minnesota and west and southward, giving the name "Dakota Territory" to the northern expanse west of the Mississippi and up to its headwaters. The Ihanktowan-Ihanktowana, or the Yankton ("campers at the end") and Yanktonai ("lesser campers at the end") divisions consist of two bands or two of the seven council fires. According to Nasunatanka and Matononpa in 1880, the Yanktonai are divided into two sub-groups known as the Upper Yanktonai and the lower Yanktonai (Hunkpatina). The Yankton-Yanktonai moved into northern Minnesota. In the 1700s, they were recorded as living in the Mankato region of Minnesota. The western Santee obtained horses, probably in the 17th century (although some historians date the arrival of horses in South Dakota to 1720), and moved further west, onto the Great Plains, becoming the Titonwan tribe, subsisting on the buffalo herds and corn-trade with their linguistic cousins, the Mandan and Hidatsa along the Missouri. The Sioux are divided into ethnic groups, the larger of which are divided into sub-groups, and further branched into bands. The Yankton-Yanktonai, the smallest division, reside on the Yankton reservation in South Dakota and the Northern portion of Standing Rock Reservation, while the Santee live mostly in Minnesota and Nebraska, but include bands in the Sisseton-Wahpeton, Flandreau, and Crow Creek Reservations in South Dakota. The Lakota are the westernmost of the three groups, occupying lands in both North and South Dakota. Santee Sioux division (Dakota). Mdewakantonwan ("Dwellers of Spirit Lake"). Sisitonwan (Sisseton, "Dwellers of the Fish Grounds"). Wahpetonwan ("Dwellers among the Leaves"). Ihanktonwan (Yankton, "End Village"). Ihanktonwana (Yanktonai, "Little End Village"). Titonwan/Teton division (Lakota) ("Dwellers on the Prairie"). Oglala ("Those who Scatter their own"). notable persons: Crazy Horse, Red Cloud, Black Elk and Billy Mills (Olympian). Hunkpapa (meaning "Those who Camp by the Door" or "Wanderers"). notable persons: Sitting Bull. Sihasapa ( Blackfoot Sioux - not to be confused with the Algonquian-speaking Blackfeet). Minniconjou ("Those who Plant by the Stream"). notable persons: Lone Horn, Touch the Clouds. Sicangu (French: Brulé) ("Burnt Thighs"). Itazipacola (French: Sans Arcs "Without Bows"). Oohenonpa ("Two Kettles" or "Two Boilings"). Reserves and First Nations. Toda ...
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sioux indians
Sioux indians culture, history, legends and languages. Current sioux tribal news.
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Sioux - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Sioux are Native American and First Nations people in North America. The term can refer to any ethnic group within the Great Sioux Nation or any of the nation's ...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sioux
Sioux Indians
Up | Sioux Indians | Chief Red Cloud | Sitting Bull | Chief Sitting Bull in Harper's Weekly | Map of Custer's Last Stand | Sioux Indian Pictures
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Facts for Kids: Sioux Indians (Lakota and Dakota)
Information about the Lakota and Dakota Sioux Indians for kids and other students. Covers Sioux clothing, food, homes, weapons and tools, canoes, and the culture of ...
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Learn about the history of the Sioux Indians
It is beleived the Sioux Indians actually came to North America from the continent of Asia about 30,000 years ago.
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sioux culture
Sioux culture, history, legends and languages. Sioux indian games, ceremonies, religion, and social structure.
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The Sioux Indians – The Victims or The Warriors?
The Sioux Indians - Were they the Victims or the Warriors?
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Lakota people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Lakota (pronounced [laˈkˣota] ; also known as Teton , Titunwan ("prairie dwellers"), Teton Sioux ("snake, or enemy") are an indigenous people of the Great Plains .
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Sioux Indians
Sioux indians index. Over 2,000 articles on the 18 Sioux tribes of the US and 12 sioux bands of Canada,and other native american tribes, with extensive categorization ...
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Plains People - The Sioux Indians - Native Americans in Olden ...
What could boys do when they reached their 10th birthday? What engagement present did the family of the bride receive? Why weren't kids given names when they ...
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Foundation sends stuffed animals to Sioux Indians
PLAINWELL, Mich. (AP) —î Cindy Hicks-Orth has an estimated 3,000 stuffed animals spread out across the floor of her garage. Soon, they will be packaged up and trucked halfway across the country to the Rosebud Sioux Tribe of Indians in South Dakota ...
Daily Mining Gazette
North Dakota voters reject ‘Fighting Sioux’ mascot amid protests of insensitivity
Those who are for keeping the name have argued that doing so upholds the tradition of honoring the Sioux Indians. “It’s absolutely stupid to take away a name they’ve had for so long,” Fargo construction worker Dana Johnson told TwinCities.com.
Daily Caller
On this day, June 25th
1876, Custer's last stand took place at Little Bighorn, Montana. The Sioux Indians led by Chief Crazy Horse killed Colonel George Armstrong Custer and all 264 soldiers of his 7th U.S. Cavalry. 1950, the United Nations Security Council denounced North Korea ...
CBS 47
Chippewa tribe oppose North Dakota’s Fighting Sioux nickname
The resolution says UND should retire the nickname and logo immediately. Tribal members say the imagery subjects all Indians to racism, not just Sioux Indians. Frank Black Cloud, a Spirit Lake Sioux member and nickname supporter, says the ...
Chicago Sun-Times
Jim Thorpe - the Native all-American athlete, sportsman and actor
He was two years old and living in the town of Bellemont when, over Christmas of 1890, the massacre of the Sioux Indians at Pine Ridge, South Dakota occurred, the act which finally broke Native American resistance to the fact that their way of life had ...
Irish Times
Foundation sends stuffed animal to Rosebud
Soldiers killed about 300 Sioux Indians in South Dakota when they refused to stop participating in a traditional dance. Today, lack of jobs, tools and isolation keep the tribe steeped in poverty, Hicks-Orth said. The unemployment rate on the ...
Mitchellrepublic.com
Nickname supporters renew claims against NCAA
The nature and meaning of that ceremony have been matters of dispute throughout the nickname debate, including among Sioux Indians. George W. Starcher, then UND president, was given a Sioux name by elders from the two reservations, and some at ...
Jamestown Sun
North Dakotans vote to oust ‘fighting Sioux’ mascot
The committee is more than halfway to their goal of 40,000 signatures. Davidson argues keeping the name is about upholding tradition, honor and respect for the Sioux Indians, standing up to bullies and listening to the Sioux people. She ...
Daily Caller
Nickname supporters turn to Court of Appeals
The nature and meaning of that ceremony have been matters of dispute throughout the nickname debate, including among Sioux Indians. George W. Starcher, then UND president, was given a Sioux name by elders from the two reservations, and some at ...
Dickinson Press & Advertiser
Monday, June 25
1876 - A force of 200 U.S. soldiers under Gen. George Armstrong Custer is wiped out by the Sioux Indians at Little Big Horn, Montana. 1879 - Ismael Khedive of Egypt, who had tried to free Egypt from Western control, is deposed by the Sultan and ...
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