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Title:   " Treaty of 1868, The "

This lesson focuses on the original treaties and the radically different philosophies of the signers. The U.S. government brought to the table its concepts of hierarchy, boundaries and diplomatic agreements implemented by a strong military and a complex legal system. The nomadic Lakota brought no tradition of elected leadership, fixed boundaries or even land ownership. Their world extended as far as the eye could see and the warriors could keep out enemies. The program explores the legal sophistication and political unity that the Lakota developed in the struggle of the last century.

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Production Date:  1986
Length:  30 minutes
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Subject:  History Multicultural
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Series Title:  BLACK HILLS: WHO OWNS THE LAND?, THE

 

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