lastrealindians:

The Killdeer Mountain Conflict: General Sully’s 1864 Punitive Campaign Conflicts In Dakota Territory By Dakota Wind
“The Lakȟóta and Dakȟóta knew Killdeer Mountain as Taȟčá Wakútepi (Where They Hunt/Kill Deer), Killdeer. The hunting there was good and dependable, and the people came there regularly, not just to hunt but to pray as well. The plateau rises above the prairie steppe allowing for a fantastic view of the landscape, and open sky for those who came to pray.”
READ MORE HERE: http://lastrealindians.com/the-killdeer-mountain-conflict-general-sullys-1864-punitive-campaign-conflicts-in-dakota-territory-by-dakota-wind/

lastrealindians:

The Killdeer Mountain Conflict: General Sully’s 1864 Punitive Campaign Conflicts In Dakota Territory By Dakota Wind

“The Lakȟóta and Dakȟóta knew Killdeer Mountain as Taȟčá Wakútepi (Where They Hunt/Kill Deer), Killdeer. The hunting there was good and dependable, and the people came there regularly, not just to hunt but to pray as well. The plateau rises above the prairie steppe allowing for a fantastic view of the landscape, and open sky for those who came to pray.”

READ MORE HERE: http://lastrealindians.com/the-killdeer-mountain-conflict-general-sullys-1864-punitive-campaign-conflicts-in-dakota-territory-by-dakota-wind/

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