Sioux Indians

Who were in the Sioux tribe?

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2013-05-07 03:36:17
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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.

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