Kicking Bear Sioux Indian Teaches Son Bow & Arrow, Native American

Kicking Bear Sioux Indian Teaches Son Bow & Arrow, Native American - looks so much like Bob and our son

Sign our letter to President Obama: To: Barack Obama, President, United States of America From: Standing Rock Sioux Tribe & Other98 You’ve said that you value native sovereignty and now you’ve proven that you can halt the Dakota Access Pipeline. Please respect Indigenous lives, their sacred waters and our precious climate and permanently reject this... Read more »

Take action easily here on this button! For standing rock -It is of the utmost important that the EIS process begin as soon as possible. The Army Corps not delay.

Meet Native America: Robert Wayne Flying Hawk, Chairman, Ihanktonwan Nation (Yankton Sioux Tribe) #NMAI

Published January 2017 WASHINGTON – On Tuesday, President Trump issued two memoranda directing his Administration to reverse course on the federal government’s stance towards the Dakota Access …

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Sioux Girl, C1905

Chief Mato Wakan - Medicine Bear - of the Pabasksa (Cut Head) Band of the Upper Yanktonai Tribe- 1870. He was the princcipal Sioux signator of the 1886-1887 treaty, which led to the establishment of the Fort Peck Reservation in 1888. [The History of the Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes of the Fort Peck Indian].

Chief White Bull: 1849 – He was the nephew of Sitting Bull and participated in the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Some believe he killed Custer. Prior to becoming a combatant against Custer, White Bull was already an accomplished fighter.

Breaking News Standing Rock Sioux Tribe condemns destruction and desecration of…

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Chairman: Sacred Burial Sites Desecrated on Saturday by DAPL Construction

Short Bull, a member of the Sioux tribe, was born in about 1845. He was a warrior who fought at the Battle of the Little Big Horn, and a medicine man who brought the Ghost Dance religion to the Lakotas.

Short Bull I Member of the Sioux tribe I Born in about 1845 I He was a warrior who fought at the Battle of the Little Big Horn, and a medicine man who brought the Ghost Dance religion to the Lakotas

[Reservation Series]  Today we highlight the Crow Creek Sioux Reservation, located approximately 26 miles north of Chamberlain in Hughes, Hyde and Buffalo counties.  Today, the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe’s major economic occupation is cattle ranching and farming for 20 tribal operators.  The Tribe operates a large irrigated farm under the Big Bend Farm Corporation, and guided hunting for small & big game.  The Tribe also operated the Lode Star Casino.  The majority of employment is provided by…

[Reservation Series] Today we highlight the Crow Creek Sioux Reservation, located approximately 26 miles north of Chamberlain in Hughes, Hyde and Buffalo counties. Today, the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe’s major economic occupation is cattle ranching and farming for 20 tribal operators. The Tribe operates a large irrigated farm under the Big Bend Farm Corporation, and guided hunting for small & big game. The Tribe also operated the Lode Star Casino. The majority of employment is provided by…

As the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe mobilizes to prevent construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, the Iowa Utilities Board is holding a webcast public hearing March 9-10 of its latest deliberations about the hazardous liquid project application.

As the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe mobilizes to prevent construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, the Iowa Utilities Board is holding a webcast public hearing March of its latest deliberations about the hazardous liquid project application.

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