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Lakota people 
Indigenous people of the Great Plains
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English: The Lakota people — indigenous Siouan peoples of the northern Great Plains, in present day North Dakota and South Dakota.
  • Also known as Titunwan ("prairie dwellers") and Teton ("snake, or enemy"), and part of the Oceti Šakowiŋ (seven council fires) confederation of seven Sioux tribes.
  • The Lakota language is spoken, one of the three principal Sioux language dialects.

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