Oglala Sioux Tribe
Native American History
The Battle of Little Big Horn June 25 1876: The Prelude to Disaster for the U.S. Army The Sioux and Cheyenne Indians defiantly left their reservations, outraged over the continued intrusions of whites into their sacred lands in the Black Hills. They gathered in Montana with the great warrior Sitting Bull leading the fight for their lands. The following spring, two victories over the U.S.7th Cavalry emboldened them to defeat the U.S. Army.
Chief Sitting Bull ....Col. George Custer ....Crazy Horse ........Chief Gallove
Remembering the Wounded Knee Atrocity on December 29, 1890 By the time it was over, about 300 men, women, and children of the Lakota Sioux had been killed.
Battle of Wounded Knee (U.S. Army's massacre of hundreds of Native American Lakota men, women, and children) for their traditional spiritual ceremonies including the ghost dance. Battle photos at Denver Public Library ~ Western History
What happened at €€€€€€€Wounded Knee€€€€€€€ ? The True Story leading up the U.S. Army's massacre
Remembering The Sand Creek Massacre In the spring of 1864occured while the Civil War raged in the east, Colonel Chivington launched a campaign of violence against the Cheyenne and their allies in south eastern Colorado
Remembering The Indian war Massacre in south eastern Nebraska in August 1873 a battle between indian tribes Sioux and Pawnee
Fort Laramie Treaty of 1868 concluded by the United States goverment and the different bands of the Sioux Nation of Indians, by their chiefs and head-men
OST Pine Ridge History
Oglala Sioux Community Profile Bands: Each of the seven Lakota tribes were subdivided into bands (tiyospaye), which consisted of a number of smaller family camps (tiwahe). During parts of the year, the small camps were scattered across the region; at other times, these camps gathered together as a tiyospaye to cooperate on activities such as a large buffalo hunt. Each summer, usually in early June, bands from many groups gathered together for the annual sacred sundance.
Chief Flying Hawk's €€€€€€€€€ Tales The True Story of Custer's Last Fightas told by Chief Flying Hawk
The Pine Ridge Indian Reservation ( Oglala Oyanke in Lakota is a Native American Reservation located in South Dakota.
Beginning in 1900 and continuing over the next thirty years, Edward Sheriff Curtis, or the "Shadow Catcher" as he was later called by some of the tribes, took over 40,000 images and recorded rare ethnographic information from over eighty American Indian tribal groups
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