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the teton Sioux Indians were hunters but traded with the arikara Indians


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Historically the Lakota or Teton Sioux were nomadic buffalo hunters who grew no crops of any kind.

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The word Teton comes from the Lakota term tetonwan, meaning "dwellers on the Plains", so the Teton Sioux are the seven tribes of the Sioux living on the Great Plains:HunkpapaOglalaMinneconjouBruleTwo KettleSans ArcBlackfoot Sioux (not the same as the Blackfoot people of the far northern Plains)

according to Te·ton (ttn) n. pl. Teton or Te·tons In both senses also called Lakota, Teton Dakota, Teton Sioux. 1. The largest and westernmost of the Sioux peoples, made up of seven groups including the Oglala, Hunkpapa, Brulé, and Miniconjou. The Teton became nomadic buffalo hunters after migrating westward in the 18th century and figured prominently in the resistance to white encroachment on the northern Great Plains.2. A member of this people.

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The Sioux Indians are actually broken up into 3 different groups: the Dakota, the Lakota, and the Nakota. Most of them were not farmers or hunters, but led a nomadic life. I know for sure that the Lakota followed their main source of food around, the buffalo.

One hunting tactic of the Teton Sioux was that they would set controlled fires to drive buffalo off of cliffs or into traps.

A Division of the Teton Sioux of the North American Indians. Sitting Bull was of the Hunkpapa Sioux

Teton comes from tetonwan, meaning "dwellers on the Plains". Lakota means "allies".

# they followed ther leaders

The Teton Sioux and the Shoshone

They believed in the war god ares

No they did not. The teton Sioux and the corps of discovery had several arguements that were close to escalating to a physical fight, but they all were stopped before things got drastic.

they are fishers hunters and farmers

Crazy Horse And Sitting Bull used to two very important Sioux.

The Lakota are a set of Native American tribes also known by the other names of: Lakȟóta, Teton, Tetonwan, Teton Sioux.

This song is a Myth of the Teton Sioux or Lakota.

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The Lakota people, also known as Teton or Teton Sioux, live all over the world. Their reservations and communities in the United States are mainly located in Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota. In Canada, there are Lakota and Dakota bands located in Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

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They encountered with the Missouris, the Omahas, the Yankton Sioux, and the Teton Sioux (Lakota) in the first season of exploring.

The term "Sioux" refers to a large group of related tribes, some of whom belonged to the Plains culture, while others did not.The Sioux tribes are grouped into three divisions according to the dialect they speak:the eastern Sioux or Dakotasthe central Sioux or Nakotasthe western Sioux or Lakotas (also called Teton Sioux)It is the western or Teton Sioux that belonged to the Plains culture, living on the Great Plains and entirely dependent on horses for hunting, growing no crops of any kind.The Teton Sioux tribes are:OglalaBruleMinneconjouTwo KettlesHunkpapaSans ArcBlackfoot SiouxThe Blackfoot Sioux (who today live on the Cheyenne River and Standing Rock reservations in South Dakota) have no connection at all with the Blackfoot tribe.

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