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"When the day is cloudy, the thunder makes a low rumble and we hear the rain striking against the tipi; then it’s nice to sleep, isn’t it?"
Absaroke



Our tipis were round like the nests of birds and these were always set in a circle, the nation’s hoop, a nest of many nests where the Great Spirit meant for us to hatch our children.
Black Elk, Lakota




"In winter we are out a long time hunting deer, and when we come back tired to our tipi and find it warm, we sleep well, don’t we?"
Absaroke

"All living creatures and all plants are a benefit to something."
Shooter, Lakota
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