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Black Hills: a mountain range in South Dakota
Blackfoot: a Native American tribe of the northern plains; members still live in Montana and Idaho
Comanche: a Native American tribe, originally part of the Shoshone tribe, that lived in Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico; the name means "enemy" in the Ute language
Crow: a Native American tribe primarily located in Montana and Wyoming; their name for themselves is Apsaalooke, which translates to "children of the large-beaked bird"
Do-giagya guat: a "tipi with battle pictures" destroyed in 1872–73; owned by the Kiowa chief Dohasan, it was important in ceremonies
Kwuda: "coming out"; a name the Kiowa used for themselves
medicine: spiritual, and often physical, wellness; items, people, and places can all have strong medicine
peyote: a small, spineless, hallucinogenic cactus primarily found in the Chihuahuan Desert; used in sacred rituals in several Native American tribes
Tai-me: a doll dressed in a robe of white feathers and bearing representative art; sacred and only exposed to view during the Sun Dance
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