Ogalala


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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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Four of the Ogalala headmen visible in the Brady photographs (Figures 1a & 1b) are shown wearing a large metal cross around their neck, suspended by a handkerchief.
This practice is unsustainable and already has caused ecological harm in places as varied as Yemen and the Ogalala aquifer in the Texas panhandle.
Other clients include the Ogalala Sioux (Lakota) Housing, Northern Cheyenne tribe and the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians.
I also wrote stories about the Ogalala Sioux and about taxes.
And Angus McWheech from Dakota, fourth-generation grandson of a Skye crofter and a Ogalala Sioux maiden.
By 1840 the toll taken on the Pawnee men, particularly at the hands of the Ogalala Dakota, was evident: only 41 percent of the population over the age of ten were men; the Chaui and Kitkahahki bands had been stripped of their men even more drastically.
Norfolk NE Quality Farm & Country 2501 East 4th North Platte NE Quality Farm & Country 1020 West First Ogalala NE Quality Farm & Country 105 East Highway 20 O'Neill NE Country General North Highway 11, RR3 Ord NE Country General 1538 S.