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Leonard Peltier and the Oglala Sioux Indian Tribe

Posted in Sioux Nation on January 25, 2016

Leonard Peltier and the Oglala Sioux Indian Tribe
Discusses and examines the events of June 26, 1975.

Documentary 2015 | THE AMERICAN INDIAN WARS - LONGEST RUNNING WAR IN US HISTORY

Posted in Sioux Nation on January 25, 2016

Documentary 2015 | THE AMERICAN INDIAN WARS - LONGEST RUNNING WAR IN US HISTORY
The American Indian Wars, or Indian Wars, were the multiple conflicts between American settlers or the United States government and the native peoples of North America from the time of earliest colonial settlement until 1924 (Wikipedia)
My Documentaries: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL-8__Mmm8X5iyeTJ2bi6pQOhLdpUDQ78t

NARRATIVE OF MY CAPTIVITY AMONG THE SIOUX INDIANS - Full AudioBook - Fanny Kelly

Posted in Sioux Nation on January 25, 2016

NARRATIVE OF MY CAPTIVITY AMONG THE SIOUX INDIANS - Full AudioBook - Fanny Kelly
Full Audiobook reading of NARRATIVE OF MY CAPTIVITY AMONG THE SIOUX INDIANS by Fanny Kelly

Native America before European Colonization

Posted in Sioux Nation on January 25, 2016

Native America before European Colonization
Upon the arrival of Columbus in 1492 in the Carabean Islands, unknown to Columbus (and majority of the Eastern Hemisphere), he landed on Islands located in the middle of two huge continents now known has North America and South America that was teaming with huge Civilizations (that rivaled any in the world at that time) and thousands of smaller Nations and Tribes. With recent estimations, the population may have been over 100 million people that spanned from Alaska and Green Land, all the to the tip of southern South America.

Pre Colombian North America (north of Mesoamerica):

In Pre-Canada, most people lived along the coast, along the major rivers

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Dakota Indians (Sioux)

Posted in Sioux Nation on January 25, 2016

Dakota Indians (Sioux)

American~Indian The Feature Film

Posted in Sioux Nation on January 25, 2016

American~Indian The Feature Film
If you like the movie check out our new web series premiering January 1.
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Sitting Bull - Biography - Sioux Indians. 3/3

Posted in Sioux Nation on January 25, 2016

Sitting Bull - Biography - Sioux Indians. 3/3
Sitting Bull Biography,

5 May 1877 - Nearly a year after he won the Battle of the Little Big Horn, Sitting Bull led his people into The Grandmother's Country (Canada, so-named out of respect for Queen Victoria - Grandmothers were much-revered) to try to find some relief from the U.S. Army. Here he and his people lived in peace for four years. His younger warriors started making trouble with the neighboring tribes, however, and the Canadian government asked Sitting Bull
to return to the U.S. Sitting Bull engineered the victory at 'Custer's Last Stand'. Sitting Bull was a brilliant tactician, a Lakota Visionary, able to spur his warriors to victory even after defeat. It was for this talent that the U.S. Army feared him most. He saw the victory at the Battle of the Little Big Horn, so
his warriors knew they were going to be victorious. Unfortunately they did not heed the second part of his prophecy, to not take any of the white mans property as spoils of war. Sitting Bull never signed a "peace treaty." A meadowlark told him of his death by Lakota People.
This is a comprehensive look at the life of the Great Lakotoa Chief, one of the last Great Leaders of the Indian Resistance Movement - a look at the life of a great man who still inspires the People today.

(Part 1) Indigenous Native American Prophecy (Elders Speak part 1)

Posted in Sioux Nation on January 25, 2016

(Part 1) Indigenous Native American Prophecy (Elders Speak part 1)
From an oversea's show, spliced to view the message from one elder (Floyd Red Crow Westerman)...how america has come and is destined to go.

.. added the Elders Speak to the title, only because more clips will follow....

Native Americans People of the Plains

Posted in Sioux Nation on January 25, 2016

Native Americans People of the Plains

Timewatch - Savagery And The American Indian: Wilderness

Posted in Sioux Nation on January 25, 2016

Timewatch - Savagery And The American Indian: Wilderness
Informative documentary about the desolation of Indian tribes in North America. In the first programme, myths are bountiful regarding the European's killing of the Indians, and in fact it was nothing more than continuous genocide that still exists today in some parts of the continent. Today, some of the myths are coming to light and the truth about what really happened is slowly manifesting. Aired on the BBC in 1991

Sioux Indians History Project

Posted in Sioux Nation on January 25, 2016

Sioux Indians History Project
A complete identification of the Sioux indians

1989 - American Indian Activist Russell Means testifies at Senate Hearing

Posted in Sioux Nation on January 25, 2016

1989 - American Indian Activist Russell Means testifies at Senate Hearing
From the C-SPAN Video Library - Mr. Means harshly criticizes the Bureau of Indian Affairs and Indian leadership of reservations. Russell Means died October 22 at the age of 72. This was his first of six appearances on C-SPAN.
Entire Hearing: http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/IndianAf

Native American Indians. LAKOTA.

Posted in Sioux Nation on January 25, 2016

Native American Indians. LAKOTA.
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American History Channel Documentary - War with American Indians - United States Of America

Posted in Sioux Nation on January 25, 2016

American History Channel Documentary - War with American Indians - United States Of America
American History Channel Documentary - War with American Indians - United States Of America

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american history - War with American Indians - american indians

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Indian_Wars
Effects on indigenous populations

On the 2010 census 0.9 percent of the U.S. population identified themselves as being Native American (or Alaskan Native). No conclusive evidence exists to determine how many native people lived in North America before the arrival of Columbus.

As the direct result of infectious diseases, wars between tribes, wars with Europeans, migration to Canada and Mexico, declining birth rates, and of assimilation, the numbers of Native Americans dropped to below one million in the 19th century. Scholars believe that the overwhelming main causes were new infectious diseases carried by European explorers and traders. Native Americans had no acquired immunity to such diseases, which had been chronic in Eurasian populations for over five centuries.For instance, some estimates indicate case fatality rates of 80–90% in Native American populations during smallpox epidemics.

The U.S. Bureau of the Census (1894) provided an estimate of deaths:

The Indian wars under the government of the United States have been more than 40 in number. They have cost the lives of about 19,000 white men, women and children, including those killed in individual combats, and the lives of about 30,000 Indians. The actual number of killed and wounded Indians must be very much higher than the given... Fifty percent additional would be a safe estimate..."
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Indian_Wars

American History Channel Documentary - War with American Indians - United States Of America

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