Oglala


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a member of the Siouan people who constituted a division of the Teton Sioux and who formerly inhabited the Black Hills of western South Dakota

a Siouan language spoken by the Oglala

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Imagine that a client has a civil dispute with either the Oglala Sioux Tribe itself or one of its members.
Critique: Impressively well written, exceptionally well organized, and deftly presented, "Red Cloud: Oglala Legend" is an informed and informative read from beginning to end.
One Feather was elected Oglala Lakota Tribal President in 1970, making him the youngest to hold that position in tribal history.
Oglala Emanuel, who broke the original story in April, writes, "As the world battles the American government over its invasive Prism project that has snooped on Americans and other world leaders, workers of Israeli defense electronics firm, Elbit Systems, have quietly landed in Abuja, to install a comprehensive spying facility that will help the Nigerian government spy on all online activities by its citizens," according to the Abuja-based newspaper Premium Times.
The schools and the amount each is receiving: Southeast Technical Institute, Sioux Falls, $5,349,726; Lake Area Technical Institute, Watertown, $2,533,064; Oglala Lakota College, Kyle, $1,656,326; Mitchell Technical Institute, Mitchell, $2,668,534; Sinte Gleska University, Mission, $2,291,835; and Western Dakota Technical Institute, Rapid City, $2,058,946.
For example, the Oglala Lakota Nation recently filed suit against beer suppliers and liquor stores in reservation border town Whiteclay, Nebraska.
Three Indian parents, as well as the Oglala Sioux Tribe and Rosebud Sioux Tribe, claim that the State Department of Social Services has repeatedly removed children from their homes or tribes without due process--in violation of the Fourteenth Amendment of the U.
com/tags/topic/Oglala+Lakota+Nation) Oglala Sioux Tribe spokeswoman Donna Salomon told reporters.
Marian White Mouse, a member of the Oglala Lakota, says the white bison provides hope of good fortune to come.
The Oglala Sioux Tribe said it is demanding 500 million dollars in damages for the cost of health care, social services and child rehabilitation caused by chronic alcoholism on the reservation, which encompasses some of the nation's most impoverished counties, the Fox News reported.
Glenn Goulet, the company chief executive officer, said, 'said, 'The Oglala Sioux Tribes decision to switch casino management system vendors is testament to the value proposition that our systems provide operators worldwide.
Department of Justice (DOJ) agencies and three tribes--the Northern Cheyenne, the Oglala Sioux, and the Pueblo of Zuni--to improve criminal justice systems within these communities by reducing crime and increasing safety.
The architect of General Custer's defeat at the Little Big Horn, Oglala warrior Crazy Horse was one of the strongest opponents ever faced by the U.
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government signed a treaty with the Oglala Sioux Tribe in 1868 agreeing that if "bad men among the whites" hurt an Indian, the feds would reimburse the injured person.