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Nakota:

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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Instead it was revealed the event will be staged in Alberta and officials are still considering three bids, including one from the Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation.
Carry the Kettle First Nation is a Nakota (Assiniboine) Nation with its administration located approximately 80 kilometres (kms) (50 miles) east of Regina, Saskatchewan, and 13 kms (8.1 miles) south of Sintaluta, Saskatchewan.
(27) Bernice Saulteaux, "Nakota Massacre," Story After Story: Canadians Bend Bound Theology, ed.
Subsequent to December 31, 2013 Coalspur announced that an agreement had been reached with the Alexis Nakota Sioux Nation ("Alexis") in relation to the development of Vista.
Readers who are not already familiar with the history of the Riel Resistance will have difficulty following the course of events and are unlikely to grasp how different Metis, Cree, and Nakota communities took diverse positions during the conflict.
Gertrude Bonnin (Yankton Nakota), Marie Baldwin (Ojibwe), and Rosa B.
Jacqueline Keeler, a Navajo and Yankton blogger, wrote, "We, as women, are more than our biology, we are more than just baby machines for a Lakota Nation, a Dakota Nation, or a Nakota Nation." (11) Tankshi TA, another Native blogger, argued, "When a Lakota woman loses this type of decision to a Lakota man (?) is that man truly Lakota?
He chose to display mosaic murals using a visual vocabulary that emphasized his Yanktonai Nakota heritage.
Doug Walker, President of Property Management for Jacksonville, Fla.-based Nakota Development, says he has been tossing incandescent bulbs in the trash for several years.
Wallis, The Canadian Dakota (New York: American Museum of Natural History, 1947), 21, 31-33; and Jessica Palmer, The Dakota Peoples: A History of the Dakota, Lakota, and Nakota Through 1863 (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 2008), 149-50, 213-14.