Lakota Sioux Indians?

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The Lakota Indians are members of the related Sioux tribes. They speak the Lakota language, which is one of three major dialects of the Sioux language. The Lakota utilized horses to enable them to hunt buffalo, as well as to move their communities when grazing or the weather made it necessary. They signed a treaty in 1877 which ceded the Black Hills to the US, however unrest continued. The Massacre of Wounded Knee happened only 13 years later.
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