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The Hunkpapas are a Native American group, one of the seven branches of the Lakota Sioux tribe. During the 1870s, when the Native Americans of the Great Plains were fighting the United States, they were asked to join and did fight alongside Sitting Bull. The majority of Hunkpapa Lakota now reside in the Standing Rock Indian Reservation of South and North Dakota. An Aani (Atsina) named Assiniboin Boy. ... Eddie Plenty Holes, a Sioux Indian photographed about 1899. ... The Great Plains is the broad expanse of prairie which lies east of the Rocky Mountains in the United States and Canada. ... Portrait of Sitting Bull taken in 1885 by D. F. Barry Sitting Bull Monument, Fort Yates, North Dakota. ...


The name "Hunkpapa" is a Sioux word meaning "Gatekeepers" or "Head of the Circle", due to the tradition of the Hunkpapas in setting up their lodges at the entryway to the circle of the Great Council when the Sioux met in convocation.


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Hunkpapa Sioux Indian Tribe History (541 words)
From the meager data relating to the history of this band it seeing probable that it is one of comparatively modern formation.
When Hennepin, in 1680, found what are believed to have been the Teton as far i,:% as the banks of the upper Mississippi, no mention of the Hunkpapa at that early date or for 100 years there after can be found unless it be under some name yet un identified.
Fire-Heart's band (Chantaapeta's band) is supposed to be a part of the Hunkpapa.
Jeffrey Halford and the Healers (607 words)
Hunkpapa deftly intertwines our own American mythology with those things about which we care most.
The core music in Hunkpapa is all Healers: a searing, rock gumbo combining essential ingredients of blues, folk, rockabilly, Sun Records country, all with a very big beat.
Hunkpapa is complemented by an array of notable guest artists, including members of the renowned Gospel Hummingbirds, who practically sanctify the gospel-infused Satchel’s Fastball.
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