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Dakota (Friendly) or Ot´-ce-ti ca-ko-win (Seven council-fires)
confederacy, comprising--

A. Santee, including Mde-wa-kan´-ton-wan (Spirit Lake village) and
Wa-qpe´-ku-te (Shoot among deciduous trees), mostly located in
Knox county, Nebraska, on the former Santee reservation, with some
oa Fort Peck reservation, Montana.
B. Sisseton or Si-si´-ton-wan´ (Fish-scale village), mostly on
Sisseton reservation, South Dakota, partly on Devils Lake
reservation, North Dakota.
C. Wahpetou or Wa´-qpe´-ton-wan (Dwellers among deciduous trees),
mostly on Devils Lake reservation, North Dakota.
D. Yankton or I-hank´-ton-wan (End village), in Yankton village,
South Dakota.
E. Yanktonai or I-hank´-ton-wan-na (Little End village), comprising--

a. Upper Yanktonai, on Standing Rock reservation, North Dakota,
with the Pa´-ba-kse (Cut head) gens on Devils Lake
reservation, North Dakota.
b. Lower Yanktonai, or Hunkpatina (Campers at the horn [or end
of the camping circle]), mostly on Crow Creek reservation,
South Dakota, with some on Standing Bock reservation, North
Dakota, and others on Fort Peck reservation, Montana.

F. Teton or Ti´-ton-wan (Prairie dwellers), comprising--

a. Brule or Si-tcan´-xu (Burnt thighs ), including Upper Brule,
mostly on Rosebud reservation, South Dakota, and Lower Brule,
on Lower Brule reservation, in the same state, with some of
both on Standing Rock reservation, North Dakota, and others on
Fort Peck reservation, Montana.
b. Sans Arcs or I-ta´-zip-tco (Without bows), largely on
Cheyenne reservation, South Dakota, with others on Standing
Rock reservation, North Dakota.
c. Blackfeet or Si-ha´-sa-pa (Black-feet), mostly on Cheyenne
reservation, South Dakota, with some on Standing Eock
reservation, North Dakota.
d. Minneconjou or Mi´-ni-ko´-o-ju (Plant beside the stream),
mostly on Cheyenne reservation, South Dakota, partly on
Rosebud reservation, South Dakota, with some on Standing Rock
reservation, North Dakota.
e. Two Kettles or O-o´-he non´-pa (Two boilings), on Cheyenne
reservation, South Dakota.
f. Ogalala or O-gla´-la (She poured out her own), mostly on
Pine Ridge reservation, South Dakota, with some on Standing
Rock reservation, North Dakota, including the Wa-ja´-ja
(Fringed) gens on Pine Ridge reservation, South Dakota, and
Loafers or Wa-glu´-xe (Inbreeders), mostly on Pine Ridge
reservation, with some on Rosebud reservation, South Dakota.
g. Hunkpapa (At the entrance), on Standing Rock reservation,
North Dakota.

Asiuiboin (Cook-with-stones people in Algonquian), commonly called
Nakota among themselves, and called Hohe (Rebels) by the Dakota; an
offshoot from the Yanktonnai; not studied in detail during recent years;
partly on Fort Peck reservation, Montana, mostly in Canada; comprising in
1833 (according to Prince Maximilian)(8)--

A. Itscheabine (Les gens des filles=Girl people?).
B. Jatonabine (Les gens des roches=Stone people); apparently the
leading band.
C. Otopachguato (Les gens du large=Roamers?).
D. Otaopabine (Les gens des canots=Canoe people?).
E. Tschantoga (Les gens des bois=Forest people).
F. Watopachnato (Les gens de l'age=Ancient people?).
G. Tanintauei (Les gens des osayes=Bone people).
H. Chabin (Les gens des montagnes=Mountain people).





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