Oglala

[ US /oʊˈɡɫɑɫə/ ]
NOUN
  1. a member of the Siouan people who constituted a division of the Teton Sioux and who formerly inhabited the Black Hills of western South Dakota
  2. a Siouan language spoken by the Oglala
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How To Use Oglala In A Sentence

  • Many years ago Chief Fools Crow of the Oglala said of Russell Means and of me, "When we look at our future we have to look to Lakota like Russell Means and Tim Giago. Tim Giago: The Enigma of American Indian Movement Leader Russell Means
  • This is the VOA Special English Education Report. The Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in the American state of South Dakota is home to the Oglala Sioux Tribe. It's also where Nicky Oulette is in her fi...
  • They don't want to hear that there is a full-blown college called the Oglala Lakota College with branches in nearly every community. Tim Giago: SuAnne Died Young, but Her Legacy Lives On
  • Tim Giago, an Oglala Lakota, is the editor and publisher of Native Sun News. Tim Giago: Reconciling By Dancing to the Beat of Many Drums
  • In 1868 the Teton Dakota (Oglala and Brule) wore similar breastplates of dentalium shells.
  • The Sun Dance is the greatest ceremony that the Oglalas do.
  • It could have visited Little Wound School at Kyle or Crazy Horse School at Wanbli, or it could have visited the campus of Oglala Lakota College and talked to Tom Shortbull and of the many things he is achieving and is hoping to achieve with this great college. Tim Giago: ABC News: Reflecting on the Obvious at Pine Ridge
  • By this time, Agent Price had also spun his car around and was headed southeast toward Oglala.
  • This is the VOA Special English Education Report. The Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in the American state of South Dakota is home to the Oglala Sioux Tribe. It's also where Nicky Oulette is in her fi...
  • However, they need stitching together, like a quilt whose diverse and colorful pieces are scattered -- unseen and uncelebrated -- all over the Oglala Sioux Tribe's homeland in southwestern South Dakota. Stephanie Woodard: Pine Ridge Rising: Community-Based Development Project Gets Underway
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