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    Sioux Indians

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    Sioux Indians We're going to tell you about a tribe of Indians known as the Sioux Indians. The Sioux Indians lived on the great plains. The Sioux's tribe is partially and fully located in 7 states. The states are known as Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. Their natural resources include deer, beans, wild rice, and buffalo. The Sioux nation was divided into 7 groups. They were known as the 7 council fires. Each council fire had its own leaders

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    The Sioux Indians are a tribe of Native Americans that have endured persecution, segregation, and isolation. Though they suffered greatly, they stuck together and fought for their beliefs and religion. They are a diverse people ranging from warriors to holy men to farmers. The Sioux were a culturally rich and kindhearted people who were not afraid to stand up for what they believed in. Jess Blumberg, a writer and associate web producer at Smithsonian Magazine stated that the name Sioux means “little

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    Sioux Tribe Essay

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    The Sioux were truly comprised of various groups with differing histories and traditions. When regarding the Sioux, the first difficulty is learning the different names and areas of the diverse groups. Siouan was an across the board Indian dialect family. Tribes in many parts of North America spoke Siouan dialect. The tribal name Sioux, supposed Sue, is connected just to a particular division of Siouan-talking individuals, The name is gotten from the French form of a Chippewa (Ojibway) word in the

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    Sioux City Crash

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    Sioux City Crash INTRODUCTION Aircraft accidents can be a tragic thing. Some people may argue that all are avoidable. But when considering this statement, one must always remember there is an element that is in all accidents. Humans. Either through design, being flown by, or maintained by, humans are in all aspects of flying. As long as humans are in 100% control of an airplane there will be accidents. However, a good side to an accident is it is thoroughly researched by the NTSB. (National

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    Healing of Lakota Sioux

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    Healing of Lakota Sioux In the aftermath of hate conflict, mass killing, genocide, tribal clashes or intractable, violent and persistent skirmishes between groups or people, there is need for the involved groups to coexist together and build a future that is nonviolent, rather peaceful (Judith, 1992). How can the groups create rationally harmonious relationships after gruesome experience? Observation and research indicate that after conflict ends, even if they come to an end through peaceful agreements

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    The Resistance and Removal of the Sioux Nation On December 29, 1890 at Wounded Knee, South Dakota the soldiers of the U.S. 7th cavalry slaughtered unarmed Sioux men, women and children led by Chief Big Foot. The 146 corpses were gathered up and thrown casually into a mass grave. This massacre marked the end of the Sioux resistance and ultimately the Sioux Nation. The battle that had gone on for ten long years before this between the Great Sioux Nation and the United States came to a sad end

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    mouth of a Sioux warrior, a Dakota. They call him Crooked Lightning. That was the first and only true announcement about the planned uprising from the Dakota Nation. The Sioux Uprising of 1862 was appallingly deadly and destructive considering it may have been avoided if the United States had paid the Sioux their gold on time. The Dakota Nation didn’t just wake up one day and decide to attack the settlers. They had been insulted, oppressed and cheated for years. Eventually, the Sioux decided to stand

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    Background on the Sioux Indian Culture

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    life and culture of the Sioux Indian, (both past and present) are all from YouTube, and are as follows: *500 Tribes, *Meet the Sioux Indians, Plains Indian Tribe, 1949, and *The Great Sioux Nation. The films portrayed the Sioux in an almost identical manor, and although each of the films ran from twenty-five minutes long, to an hour and a half, they covered the same amount of ground and produced the same information. The realization that the culture and beliefs of the Sioux has basically remained

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    Sioux Tribe The men and women of the Sioux have different jobs in their tribe. They do different things, like the men go hunting and protect the tribe and the women make objects for the tribes and cook the food that the men bring in. Man or woman they both have important jobs in the Sioux tribe. The women in the tribe they have the job of making different things for the tribe and cooking. They Sioux women make different things like baskets, clothes, and more they use the materials that they find

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    Social Recognition Issues of the Sioux Tribe

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    Social recognition Issues of the Sioux Tribe The Sioux Tribe, as well as various others have been struggling for recognition by the federal state government. The Sioux Tribe itself has only been just recognized since the year of 1975 since the USTDC had administered and approved the social and economical development of these people (Daniels 7). The USTDC may have approved this act, along with broadening various new programs to socially enhance the Sioux and other tribes, but would not have the

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