Yanktonai Dakota
The Sioux /ˈsuː/ are Native American and First Nations people in North America. The term can refer to any ethnic group within the Great Sioux Nation or any of the nation's many language dialects. The Sioux comprise three major divisions based on Siouan dialect and subculture: Isáŋyathi or Isáŋathi ("Knife," originating from the name of a lake in present-day Minnesota). Residing in the extreme east of the Dakotas, Minnesota and northern Iowa, and are often referred to as the Santee or Eastern Dakota; Iháŋktȟuŋwaŋ and Iháŋktȟuŋwaŋna ("Village-at-the-end" and "little village-at-the-end"). Residing in the Minnesota River area, they are considered to be the middle Sioux, and are often referred to as the Yankton and the Yanktonai, or, collectively, as the Wičhíyena (endonym) or the Western Dakota (and have been erroneously classified as “Nakota”). Thítȟuŋwaŋ or Teton (uncertain, perhaps "Dwellers on the Prairie"; this name is archaic among the natives, who prefer to call themselves Lakȟóta). The westernmost Sioux, known for their hunting and warrior culture, are often referred to as the Lakota.
Today, the Sioux maintain many separate tribal governments scattered across several reservations, communities, and reserves in the Dakotas, Nebraska, Minnesota, and Montana in the United States; and Manitoba and southern Saskatchewan in Canada.

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Yanktonai Indian Tribe History - Access Genealogy
Yanktonai (ihanke 'end,' tonwan 'village,' na diminutive: 'little-end village.'Riggs). One of the 7 primary divisions or subtribes of the Dakota, speaking the same ...
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The Yanktonais is one of the 7 primary divisions or subtribes of the Dakota, speaking the same dialect as the Yankton and Santee. It is believed ...
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Dakota: Ihą′ktʿųwą-Ihą′ktʿųwąna, Ihaƞktuƞwaƞ ...
Feb 23, 2008 ... Yankton-Yanktonai Dakota is one of the five main language divisions within the Dakotan group of the Siouan family. These languages are ...
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Oscar Howe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Oscar Howe (Mazuha Hokshina or "Trader Boy", May 13, 1915–October 7, 1983) was an Yanktonai Dakota artist from South Dakota, who became well known for ...
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Yanktonai Dakota Eagle Trapping - Jstor
Yanktonai Dakota EAGLE TRAPPING. JAMES H. HOWARD. THOUGH nearly all students of the Plains Indian are familiar with the reverence accorded the ...
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Sep 4, 2012 ... Share the right things with just the right people. Native American Encyclopedia's profile. Albums. From posts. Photos of ... Yanktonai Dakota ...
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Lieut. Bull Head in Police Uniform, Yanktonai Dakota.
Hawkman, Yanktonai Dakota.; Lieut. Bull Head in Police Uniform, Yanktonai Dakota.; Red Tomahawk (Dakota Indian), ca. 1853-1931.
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Yanktonai - definition of Yanktonai by the Free Online Dictionary ...
Yanktonai or Yank·to·nais. 1. A division of the Sioux people formerly inhabiting northern Minnesota, now located mainly in North and South Dakota and eastern ...
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1907 Print Camp Sitting Bull Standing Rock Lakota Yanktonai Dakota Reservation - Original Halftone Print. by Period Paper ...
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Oscar Howe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Descended from chiefs, he belonged to the Yanktonai band of Dakota. ... to college, where he earned his B.A. degree at Dakota Wesleyan University in 1952 .
Ceremony Drum by John Saul, Yanktonai, Ft. Thompson, SD, 1960 ...
Feb 22, 2007 ... Yanktonai, Ft. Thompson, South Dakota, 1960. Click on images ... Transfer from University Art Galleries, University of South Dakota, 2005.
Treaty with the Sioux-Yanktonai Band - Oklahoma State University ...
The Yanktonai band of Dakota or Sioux Indians, represented in council, hereby acknowledge themselves to be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction and authority ...
Big Head, Upper Yanktonais Dakota. - Princeton University Digital ...
Photographer: Gardner, Alexander. Physical Description: 19 × 14 cm. Origin: 1872. Note: Title supplied from index of William Henry Jackson's 1877 Descriptive ...
Bull's Ghost, Lower Yanktonais Dakota. - Princeton University Digital ...
Photographer: Gardner, Alexander. Physical Description: 19 × 14 cm. Origin: 1872. Note: Title supplied from index of William Henry Jackson's 1877 Descriptive ...
Black Eye, Upper Yanktonais Dakota. - Princeton University Digital ...
Photographer: Gardner, Alexander. Physical Description: 19 × 13 cm. Origin: 1872. Note: Title from negative entry no. 273 in the index of William Henry ...
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DigitalCommons@University of Nebraska - Lincoln ... University of North Dakota ... Schneider, Mary Jane, "Review of Yanktonai Sioux Water Colors: Cultural ...
Yanktonai Dakota Sioux Winter Count Activity - SlideServe
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The North American Indian. Volume 3 - The Teton Sioux. The ...
The North American Indian. Volume 3 - The Teton Sioux. The ...
Curtis, Edward S.
Most important, next to these, was the Mystery Dance of the fraternity of medicine- men, an institution early adapted by the Santee, Yankton, and Yanktonai Dakota from a similar Algon- quian one, but not existent among the Teton. The purpose ...
A Native American "encyclopedia": History, Culture, and Peoples
A Native American "encyclopedia": History, Culture, and Peoples
Barry Pritzker, 2000
Today there are roughly 10,000 Yanktons and Yanktonais. LANGUAGE is'akot.i is a dialect of Dakota, a Siouan language. Historical Information History The Siouan family may have originated along the lower Mississippi River or in eastern ...
The year the stars fell: Lakota winter counts at the Smithsonian
The year the stars fell: Lakota winter counts at the Smithsonian
Candace S. Greene, Russell Thornton, 2007
John K. Bear Winter Count This count is attributed to the Yanktonai chief Drifting Goose, although it is named after its last keeper, John K. Bear. The Dakota name for it is Honkpati Oyate Waniyetu Jawapi Kin, meaning ''Winter Count of the ...
International handbook of historical archaeology
International handbook of historical archaeology
David. Gaimster, Teresita Majewski, David R. M. Gaimster, 2009
In other writings and winter-count documents, the watercourse is known as the Dakota River for the Yanktonai Dakotas that settled along it (Picha, 1993:95, 1996:13,44–45, 54–56). Sheyenne Valley and the Salt Water Region Nicollet ...
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HOLLOW MANTRAS OF CRACKED VISION: Diamond Sutras for the Doomed: What's the Buzz about OSCAR HOWE (Mazuha Hokshina "Trader Boy") from South Dakota?
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interested party: Spanish immersion: neither Ponca nor Yanktonai? ICWA: "no one's hands are clean"
Indian Country wants Kristi Noem to enter South Dakota's GOP Senate primary: It doesn't get any more slam-dunk than such disturbingly vibrant reveries when it comes to corroborating War on Women accusations. Intellectual independents focused on fiscal responsibility and a common-sense solution to the gridlock in Washington will only be courting disappointment if they back Rounds.
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The Battle to Save Killdeer Mountain : Jan. 24: ND state meeting scheduled to discuss drilling on Killdeer Mountain and state trust lands Posted by Jodi Rave
Press Releases — January 11, 2013 9:49 amJan. 24: ND state meeting scheduled to discuss drilling on Killdeer Mountain and state trust landsPosted by Jodi Rave Contact: Anne Marguerite Coyle Biological Consultant/Researcher PI – ND Golden Eagle Project Phone: (701) 260-3753 Email: flyfreege@aim.
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Nakota (Native Americans of the Great Plains)
Nakota (Na ‘ ko ta), a Siouan dialect spoken by the Central group—whose divisions include Yankton ("end village") and Yanktonai ("little end village")—of the tribe commonly referred to as Sioux. Yanktonai was divided into Upper Yanktonai and Lower Yanktonai (Hunkpatina),
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Vision | New Writing | Granta Magazine
Sioux author Susan Power on how her ancestors dealt with tragedy.
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Oscar Howe Gallery at The U digitally documents artist’s collection
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Pow-wow at Standing Rock nation » Trondson Online
Brian’s mom and dad came down to our place Saturday to baby-sit Linn so that Brian and I could go to a Pow-wow in Cannonball, Standing Rock Nation, about 36 miles (5. 7 mil – 57 km) from where we live.
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A longer view of things (from Susan Power) | NAISA
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