Though confined to the great Dakota reservation in 1878, the
still-defiant Sioux did not end their struggle with the white man
until well into the twentieth century. Throughout the last decades
of the nineteenth century the Sioux-finding themselves united for
the first time in their history-waged a cold war with the United
States Department of the Interior, the Indian Bureau, the various
Indian agents sent to supervise Sioux Reservation life, and the
so-called Indian Friends of the East, who sought to "school and
church" the Sioux into submission.
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