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How did The Sioux trade goods?

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2009-12-14 12:23:37
2009-12-14 12:23:37

Its simple, one tribe or "Trade Groups" would go up to the settlers or the U.S. forts and simply trade. Both sides usually got what they wanted. But the White mans goods had diseases that the Lakota had never encountered. Because of this, many Lakota died.

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