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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Yankton Indians, (search)
Yankton Indians, A tribe of the Siouan family. In 1899 there were 1,061 lower Yanktonai Sioux at the Crow Creek agency, in South Dakota; 1,239 Yanktonai Sioux at Fort Peck agency, in Montana; a considerable number of Yanktonai Sioux at the Standing Rock agency, in North Dakota; and 1,728 Yankton Sioux at the Yankton agency, ir Yanktonai Sioux at the Crow Creek agency, in South Dakota; 1,239 Yanktonai Sioux at Fort Peck agency, in Montana; a considerable number of Yanktonai Sioux at the Standing Rock agency, in North Dakota; and 1,728 Yankton Sioux at the Yankton agency, in South Dakota. For further details of this tribe, see Sioux, or Dakota, Indians.r Yanktonai Sioux at the Crow Creek agency, in South Dakota; 1,239 Yanktonai Sioux at Fort Peck agency, in Montana; a considerable number of Yanktonai Sioux at the Standing Rock agency, in North Dakota; and 1,728 Yankton Sioux at the Yankton agency, in South Dakota. For further details of this tribe, see Sioux, or Dakota, Indians.