What Tribe Was Sacajewea?

She was born about the year 1788 in what is now the state of Idaho, and she is known as Sacagawea. Sacagawea was seized by an enemy tribe, the Hidatsa, when she was roughly 12 years old. She was taken from her Lemhi Shoshone people and carried to Hidatsa settlements near present-day Bismarck, North Dakota.
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Although there is tension between some of the more radical Christian organizations and traditionalists, the vast majority of Crow people have successfully integrated Christianity into their culture in a way that is sustainable. What religion did the Crow Tribe practice? The religion and beliefs of the Crow tribe were based on Animism, which encompassed the
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Quanah Parker was never chosen chief by his people, but he was designated by the federal government as the paramount chief of the whole Comanche Nation, and he rose to become the leading representative of southwest indigenous peoples in the United States Congress and the Supreme Court. Who was Quanah Parker and which tribe did
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Earlier this year, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, acting as a sovereign country, approved a resolution against the pipeline, declaring that the project ″poses a major threat to the very future of our Tribe″ and ″would damage valuable cultural resources.″ Where is DAPL? There are 1,172 miles (1,886 kilometers) of underground oil pipeline in the
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During the 18th and 19th centuries, the Comanche inhabited in much of what is now northwestern Texas, as well as surrounding territories in eastern New Mexico, southeastern Colorado, southwestern Kansas, western Oklahoma, and northern Chihuahua. They were also known as the Apache. Comancheria was the name given to their ancient homeland by Spanish colonists and
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