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Lakota:

see SiouxSioux
or Dakota,
confederation of Native North American tribes, the dominant group of the Hokan-Siouan linguistic stock, which is divided into several separate branches (see Native American languages).
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Lakota

Scripting language, extends existing OS commands. E-mail: Richard Harter <rh@smds.UUCP>, SMDS, Inc.
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Lakotas have been employed extensively in support of Customs and Border Control operations along the U.S.
Lakota Performers in Europe: Their Culture and the Artifacts They Left Behind
Critique: An outstanding historical reference resource, "Welcome to the Oglala Nation: A Documentary Reader in Oglala Lakota Political History" must be considered an essential and core addition to academic library Native American Studies collections in general, and Lakota History supplemental studies lists in particular.
Why is it always the Lakota? Personally I have nothing against the Lakota.
The visit to London of prominent Oglala Lakotas and their families in late 1925 has been less well documented than those of Buffalo Bill Cody and other touring Wild West companies.
In 1980, more than a hundred years after the Native American tribe called the Lakotas were removed from the Black Hills, the US Supreme Court found that this land had been taken without just compensation.
To help overcome those challenges, the Army is equipping the UH-72A Lakota light utility helicopter with a new mission package to enable pilots and operators to talk and share data with civil authorities and state agencies, said Col.
She has opted for a case study, discussing the Treaty of 1868 between the Lakota and the United States to the Great Sioux War of 1876, and Treaty Six (1876) between the Plains Cree and Canada until the Northwest Rebellion of 1885.
On June 25, 1876, Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse, and 2,000 Lakota Sioux and Cheyenne wiped out George Custer and his Seventh Cavalry at the Battle of Little Big Horn.
Central to the Lakota culture is the importance of family.
Vietnam veteran, former police officer and teacher John Foxjohn presents Journey of the Spirit: Crazy Horse's Epic Struggle to Defend the Lakotas' Existence, a historical fiction novel following the life of legendary Lakota warrior and leader Crazy Horse.