Prue Westbrook - author
 
The Great Sioux Reservation
Picture A
 
Pink Line: represents the original boundary.
 
Pale Yellow: lands lost in 1877
 
Darker Yellow: lands lost in 1889 and 1910
 
Brown: current lands comprising, Standing Rock, Cheyenne RIver, Crow Creek, Lake Traverse, Pine RIdge, Rosebud, Yankton, and finally Santee reservations.
 
 
 
Picture B
 
The dark shaded area represents the boundary  lines according to the Fort Laramie Treaty of 1868.  The lighter shaded area marks  the hunting grounds unceded by the Sioux Nation.
The Lakota Sioux agreed to live on  the reservation, but did not give up the right to hunting outside their territory.
 
 
 
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