The Sioux Indians made many contributions to try and gain peace with the Americans when they were trying to settle the western states. The Sioux Indians also lost much of their homeland and hunting grounds when the Americans came and slaughtered nearly all of the buffalo herds just for their fur.
Before contact with Europeans, members of the Great Sioux Nation lived throughout the north-central United States and southern Canada. Today there are Sioux reservations in Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan.
The plural form of Sioux is Sioux.
they Sioux traded with other people and Sioux.
We powwow with the Sioux tomorrow. Let's go visit the Sioux. That is a Sioux headdress.
There are nine federally recognized Native American tribes in South Dakota: Cheyenne River Sioux Crow Creek Sioux Flandreau Santee Sioux Lower Brule Sioux Oglala Sioux Rosebud Sioux Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Standing Rock Sioux Yankton Sioux
In 1862 the Dakota Sioux were known as the Dakota/Dakotah or the Sioux or the Dakota Sioux.
Lakota Sioux. It was a dialect of Sioux. I know because I am leaning to speak Lakota Sioux.
Sioux Lehner's birth name is Sioux Lewellyn.
Sioux Falls Hospital opened in 1894 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The Sioux Valley Association was organized in 1894 and built the Sioux Valley Hospital in 1930.
They spoke Sioux.
when were the Sioux Indians found out about
Deer in Sioux
The Homeland? or Headquarters?Homeland is USA, Headquarters is Beaverton, Oregon.
antonym for homeland
The Sioux had many living conditions. There was Sioux which lived in the Plains of American, then you had Sioux which lived around rivers on the East coast of America. The East coast Sioux also lived in wooded area.
Sioux Center, Sioux City and Sioux Rapids are in Iowa. Sioux Falls is in South Dakota, 220 miles from Mason City.
the homelands of the sioux are in north dakota
The Sioux were allies of the Ottawa