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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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Teton

(tētŏn`). 1 River, 143 mi (230 km) long, rising in several branches in the Rocky Mts., NW Mont., and flowing E to the Marias River. Bynum Reservoir, on a tributary, is a unit in the irrigation system of the Teton. 2 River, c.60 mi (100 km) long, rising in W Wyoming, in forks which unite in SE Idaho. The Teton flows N and W to Henrys Fork River, near Rexburg, Idaho. In its early course it runs through Teton Basin, formerly Pierre's Hole; a battle with the Gros Ventres Native Americans was fought (1832) there.
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Although not restricted to Yanktonai, such work also frequently appears on work attributed to the Northern Teton Sioux of Standing rock and Cheyenne River Reservations, including such items as scout jackets and tobacco bags.
Critique: Enhanced with more than 130 color and black-and-white illustrations, a Phonetic Key, lists of Figures and Songs, an Index of Personal Names, a General Index, and Biographical Notes, ""World of the Teton Sioux Indians: Their Music, Life, and Culture" is a critically important addition to personal, professional, community, college, and university library Native American Studies collections in general, and Sioux Culture supplemental studies reading lists in particular.
Frances Densmore's World of the Teton Sioux Indians paints a vivid picture of much of pre-reservation tribal life through firsthand accounts of traditional Lakota social life -- including its religion, dreams, gatherings, songs and dances, buffalo hunts, treatment of the sick, and care for the poora"as recorded by her on the Standing Rock and Lake Traverse Reservations in North and South Dakota.
The Mandans and the Nez Perce welcomed them; the Teton Sioux and the Blackfeet they encountered were less accommodating.
The Dull Knifes are Oglala Sioux, in the 19th century the most powerful and largest subtribe of the Teton Sioux.
Other branches of the Teton Sioux had such incidents but never the Hunkpapa.
Born into the Hunkpapa tribe, a branch of the Teton Sioux, on the Grand River, South Dakota (c.
She prepared a valuable bulletin on Music in Its Relation to the Religious Thought of the Teton Sioux (1916).
51,000 Teton Sioux Beaded and Quilled Hide War Shirt.