The Sioux was the name given to any tribe which spoke a form of the Siouan language. The Sioux made up about 1/4th of all tribes in North America.
The main nations among the Sioux were the Dakota, Lakota, Nakota, Saponi, and Catawba. Among each of these nations were many tribes.
the Sioux tribe eat buffalo
No, the Pottawatomie tribe is not part of the Sioux.
there is no evidence that there is a sioux tribe in iowa
The Indian tribe called Sioux, means "little snakes"
The Sioux tribe believed in the god Wakan Tanka.
Well, the Sioux tribe is currently around 32,200 in population.
The leaders of the Sioux tribe were Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse. your welcome (:
The Sioux Native Americans had a couple different enemies. The Sioux tribe's most bitter enemies, however, were the Ojibwa tribe.
The Sioux have village councils and several villages make up a tribe. The tribe has a tribal council.http://nativeamericans.mrdonn.org/plains/sioux/government.html
Yes, the Sioux tribe did have horses. They, like the Nez Perce had Appaloosas and Paints.
The Sioux tribe lived in tepees like the other Native American tribes.
the sioux tribe
The tribes that are still active are the Sioux Tribe. The other tribes are not that active. But the Sioux tribe is the most active tribe out of all of them.
they have the same tribe.
the sioux tribe lived in the plains which is buch of grass and mountians and not to many trees
the Sioux men were the hunters and protectors of the family
Sitting Bull was a Sioux.
the sioux eat the same food as me and you
where was the meeting place for the Sioux Indians
North Dakota's original Native American inhabitants were the Arikara, the Assiniboine, the Chippewa, the Hidatsa, the Lakota Sioux, the Nakota Sioux, the Dakota Sioux, and the Mandan.South Dakota's original Native American inhabitants were the Arikara, the Cheyenne, the Lakota Sioux, the Dakota Sioux, the Yankton Sioux, and the Ponca.Today, there are four federally recognized tribes in North Dakota:Spirit Lake Sioux Tribe (Dakota)Standing Rock Sioux Tribe (Dakota and Lakota)Three Affiliated Tribes (Arikara, Hidatsa, Mandan)Turtle Mountain Band of ChippewaToday, there are eight federally recognized tribes in South Dakota:Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe (Lakota)Crow Creek Sioux Tribe (Dakota)Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe (Dakota)Lower Brule Sioux Tribe (Lakota)Oglala Sioux Tribe (Oglala Lakota Nation)Rosebud Sioux Tribe (Sicangu Lakota Oyate)Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate (Dakota)Standing Rock Sioux Tribe (Dakota and Lakota)Yankton Sioux Tribe (Nakota)
the Sioux tribe.
Why did the Sioux tribe worship the great spirit
How did the Sioux Indiana's choose there leaders
This varies among each tribe. The East coast Sioux was the first of the Sioux to encounter the Settlers. However the Europeans was not the first to encounter the Sioux. Desoto was among the first to speak of the sioux. The Saponi tribe was major traders among the Europeans.