Hunkpapa


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a member of the Siouan people who constituted a division of the Teton Sioux and who formerly lived in the western Dakotas

a Siouan language spoken by the Hunkpapa

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The Hunkpapa guys were recognised as a threat in 2016 when they put out the 'Enemy' EP.
Fearing retaliation, hundreds of the Hunkpapa fled their homes, hoping to seek shelter with the Indians at Cheyenne River, but the Seventh Cavalry caught up with them and brought them to Wounded Knee Creek on December 28.
He totally misread the white man's opinion of him, and it was little wonder: After five years of being relentlessly hounded from Nebraska to Canada by the US Army, he and his near-starving band of Hunkpapa Lakotas surrendered at Fort Buford in Dakota Territory.
After the Hunkpapa chief Sitting Bull surrendered at Ford Buford in 1881, he was kept at Fort Randall for twenty-two months as a prisoner of war.
The multifaceted artistic practice of Hunkpapa Lakota artist Dana Claxton intertwines her Indigenous (1) worldviews with contemporary Aboriginal realities to create a visual language that exposes legacies of colonization, critiques settler histories, and asserts previously silenced Indigenous perspectives.
Rain-in-the-Face was a young "company grade" chief of the Hunkpapa band.
LaPointe, the great-grandson of the famous Hunkpapa Lakota chief, retells the family tales and memories told to him about his great-grandfather's childhood, his reputation as a fierce warrior, his growth into a leader of his people, and the betrayal that led to his murder.
Gall was a Hunkpapa warrior and Lakota chief who resisted efforts by the U.
But the Hunkpapa leader's four-year sojourn in Canada was not a unique event in Sioux history.
During that same year, Cherrie Moraga and Gloria Anzaldua's landmark anthology This Bridge Called My Back brought two more gay Native voices to print: Hunkpapa writer Barbara Cameron, cofounder of Gay American Indians, and Menominee poet, Chrystos.
Jones, a Hunkpapa Lakota from the Standing Rock reservation, recounts how a young girl once approached him and asked for reassurance that he wouldn't scalp her (Jones & Moomaw, 2002, p.
Who was the legendary Hunkpapa Lakota chief that Claxton's great-great maternal grandparents and great-grandmother accompanied on the long trek from South Dakota to Saskatchewan?