Great Sioux Reservation as Defined by the Fort Laramie Treaty

Map of Sioux Reservation.jpg

Dublin Core

Title

Great Sioux Reservation as Defined by the Fort Laramie Treaty

Subject

Geographic guidelines of the Great Sioux Reservation

Description

Map showcasing Indian territory in the Dakotas, Wyoming, Nebraska, Montana, and Colorado. Guidelines set by Fort Laramie Treaty of 1868

Creator

North Dakota State Government

Source

Fort Laramie Treaty (1868)

Publisher

ndstudies.gov

Date

1868

Contributor

United States Government and bands of Sioux tribe that signed the treaty which established these boundaries

Rights

Rights belong with the North Dakota State Government who created the resource in discussion

Format

.jpeg

Language

English

Type

Map

Identifier

Used the resource in discussing how the religious lands of the Black Hills were guaranteed to Sioux tribal leaders only for the United States government to support the incoming flux of miners

Coverage

Relevant in my discussion of the Black Hills war and American relations with the Sioux. Showcases the guarantee of the Black Hills to Native Americans only for the US to justify war with the tribe later.

Citation

North Dakota State Government, “Great Sioux Reservation as Defined by the Fort Laramie Treaty,” The Making of the Modern U.S., accessed January 27, 2022, http://projects.leadr.msu.edu/makingmodernus/items/show/742.