By Paul G on July 29, 2011
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Crow Creek Sioux Tribe Brandon Sazue (Chairman)
P.O. Box 50 Fort Thompson SD 57339
: (605) 245-2221 : (605) 245-2470
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Joseph Brings Plenty, Sr. (Chairman)
P.O. Box 590 Eagle Butte SD 57625
: (605) 964-4155 : (605) 964-4151 Website: http://www.sioux.org
Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe Joshua Weston (President)
P.O. Box 283 Flandreau SD 57028
: (605) 997-3891 : (605) 997-3878 Website: http://www.fsst.org
Lower Brule Sioux Tribe Michael B. Jandreau (Chairman)
187 Oyate Circle Lower Brule SD 57548
: (605) 473-5561 : (605) 473-5606 Website: http://www.lbst.org
Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate of the Lake Traverse Reservation Michael Selvage, Sr. (Chairman)
P.O. Box 509 Agency Village SD 57262-0509
: (605) 698-3911 : (605) 698-7907
Yankton Sioux Tribe Robert Cournoyer (Chairman)
P.O. Box 248 Marty SD 57361-0248
: (605) 384-3641 : (605) 384-5687
Rosebud Sioux Tribe Rodney Bordeaux (President)
P.O. Box 430 Rosebud SD 57570
: (605) 747-2381 : (605) 747-2905 Website: http://www.rosebudsiouxtribe-nsn.gov
Oglala Sioux Tribe of the Pine Ridge Reservation Theresa Two Bulls (President)
P.O. Box 2070 Pine Ridge SD 57770
: (605) 867-6074 : (605) 867-6076 Website: http://www.oglala.org
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7 Responses to “South Dakota Native American Tribes”

  1. Trisha Christian says:

    Hi, I have been discovering my spirituality and have asked my guides to show themselves. I was shown a male elder in full beaded buckskin. When I asked which tribe, I was told, Sioux. I did not really know my father or his family. They were Norwegian and they lived somewhere in S. Dakota. My baby ring was made by the black foot or Black hill Indians. I am very interested to learn of the tribe that would be associated with the black hills and near a Norwegian settlement. I want to study their spiritual teachings.
    I greatly appreciate any help or guidance you can provide.
    Thank you in advance for your time and consideration.
    Trisha Christian

  2. Trisha Christian says:

    How woukd i go about selecting an elder? And what is the protocol?
    Thank you so much for getting back to me.
    Trisha

  3. Michael Rappa says:

    Hello my name is Michael, my father’s name is Michael as well he was born in Sioux, SD in 1955 and was adopted by my grandmother Mary who was also born and raised on the reserves prior to adopting my father, I recently had a conversation with my father and found out this information, is there a way i can find my fathers family in Sioux, SD.

  4. William H. Bassett says:

    I thought you’d like this:
    http://fw.to/uDW0Bmj

    Tribal court’s chief judge works for Yurok-style justice
    Abby Abinanti metes out a more community-based form of justice for tribal members — starting with the question, ‘Who’s your mom?’

    Yurok Court

    I thought you’d like this:
    http://fw.to/2txfXbh

    Yurok tribe’s wellness court heals with tradition
    KLAMATH, Calif. — Lauren Alvarado states it simply: “Meth is everywhere in Indian country.”

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