(also Ogalala /ˌōɡəˈlälə/)
noun (plural same or Oglalas or Oglalas)
A member of the chief division of the Lakota people.
- ‘Mad Bear’ Harney deeply humiliated the Lakotas and convinced the Oglalas and Brules that the time had come to withdraw from the Platte.
- He was born in the Wyoming Territory in 1869 and belonged to the Oglalas, one of the seven bands of the Teton Sioux nation.
- Browbeaten by the Oglalas, these Northern Indians resolved to leave the column, recruiting the crucial support of Touch the Clouds.
Relating to the Oglala.
- Meanwhile, another force of mainly Oglala Sioux under Crazy Horse moved downstream then doubled back, enveloping Custer and his men in a pincer movement.
- Emmanuel Webster was fully Oglala Sioux on his father's side.
- If I have an ethical concern about this book, it is that Frazier over a long time was a cash cow and drinking companion for various Oglala acquaintances.
The name in Lakota.
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