As an individual fascinated by the Indian tribes who live in the United States, I find it essential to have an informative website that contain details about these people who have a rich culture, civilization, spirituality, and a history. The Lakota out of all these tribes have fascinated me owing to the fact that they were great warriors, hunters, nomads, and family men. Here you will find a comprehensive account of all the aspects of the Lakota people’s life, culture, and heritage.
All in all, Lakota Mall will be a great place for the Native American fan to be informed, read, and get to know about the traditions, beliefs, history, and lifestyle of a great people who have lived through harsh times, preserved their cultural beliefs and values, and survived to tell their story.
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The Lakota people or the people of Standing Rock are one of the first original Native American tribes who inhabited the North Americas before the arrival of Europeans. Often referred to as the Great Sioux Nation, these people can be divided into three distinct groups based on the language and geography; Dakota (Santee, Eastern Dakota), Lakota (Teton, Western Dakota) and Nakota (Yankton, Central Dakota). “Dakota” and “Lakota” means “friends” or “allies”. By the end of 16th century these tribes were living in the upper Mississippi river region (present day Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa and the Dakotas).