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An agreement with the Yankton Sioux or Dakota Indians in South Dakota
         1882:   SEC 12. The following agreement, made by J. C. Adams and John H. Cole, commissioners on the part of the United States, with the chiefs, headmen, and other male adults of the Yankton tribe of Sioux or Dakota Indians upon the Yankton Reservation, in the State of South Dakota, on the thirty-first day of December, eighteen hundred and ninety-two, and now on file in the Department of the Interior, and signed by said commissioners on behalf of the United States, and by Charles Martin, Edgar Lee, Charles Jones, Isaac Hepikagan, Stephen Cloud Elk, Edward Yellow Bird, Iron Lingthing (sic) [Lightning], Eli Brockway, Alex Brunot[,] Francis Willard, Louis Shunk, Joseph Caje, Albion Hitika, John Selwyn, Charles Ree, Joseph Cook, Brigham Young, William Highrock, Frank Felix, and Philip Ree, on behalf of the said Yankton tribe of Sioux Indians, is hereby accepted, ratified, and confirmed.

Cheyenne River Lakota Sioux Nation
         Official Web Siter of the Chyenne River Sioux Tribe... Four Bands of the Lakota Nation

CRAZY HORSE Memorial
         There are many fascinating stories in the life of Crazy Horse, the life of Korczak Ziolkowski, and the work of the Ziolkowski family and the Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation to carry on the mountain carving and the educational and cultural goals of Crazy Horse Memorial.

Crow Creek & Lower Brule Reservation
         Crow Creek and Lower Brule Reservations sit on opposite sides of the Missouri River. Crow Creek covers parts of Hughes, Hyde, and Buffalo Counties. Lower Brule is mainly in Lyman Co, with a small portion in Stanley County. (Genealogy and History Information).

he Great Sioux Nation
         Picture the "he sapa," a range of pine-covered mountains so green they look black from a distance. Mysterious "mako sica" or "bad land," a mass of buttes and spires that stretches as far as the eye can see. Imaginea colorful "wacipi," a powwow filled with traditional singing and dancing. And legendary leaders like Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull. This is South Dakota, home of the Great Sioux Nation.

South Dakota Indian Tribes
         South Dakota Indian Tribes, General Information.



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