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    games entertaining because of their crazy antics. Most North Dakota State University (NDSU) Bison fans are die-hard fans. Fans like this paint their faces green and gold, paint their chests green and gold, and dye their hair green and gold. A few even go as far as getting tattoos of their team mascot, Thundar, or the NDSU logo. License plates on their cars might say “#1FAN” or “GOBISON”. Their recreational vehicles might be personalized with gigantic logos of NDSU on the sides, and these are used just for tailgating. These fans know how to pull up to games in style. Most people call them crazed fans; but everyone wants to sit by them. Die-hards cheer the loudest, and they know EVERY cheer. These fans don’t just do the cheers, they start them. As much as they love their team, they become devastated if their team loses. Many die-hards don’t understand what it is…

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    He started producing TV shows for the company, “In-Fisherman”. At In-Fisherman, Chad realized that editing and producing shows was a lot of fun. After a while, Chad started to take in more and more shows, so he began his own company called “Koel Communications”. Chad still works as the head producer and president of his business. “I’m working on a few shows now, some of which are Fresh Tracks with Randy Newman, and Lake Commandos,” Chad states. He mostly works on outdoors shows, but for a while…

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    These hypothetical questions posed to you are the realities of the Standing Rock Sioux Native American Tribe right now. The Dakota Access Pipeline debate as to whether or not it should be relocated from the Sioux Native American reservation is presently taking place due to its construction being merely half of a mile downstream from protected sacred land. The Dakota Access Pipeline has already been relocated once before further south from Bismarck due to concerns that pipeline leaks would…

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    A company called Energy Transfer Partners wants to build a pipeline from North Dakota to Illinois to transport oil. They say that this is the safest way to carry oil. The pipeline would be near the Stand Rock Sioux tribe, and could negatively affect them. The Native Americans believe that the pipeline would destroy their land and contaminate their water source. Thousands of people have come to protest the building of this pipeline. Should the North Dakota pipelines be built near Native American…

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    Introduction Dating years before the Americans invaded Indian Territory, Native Americans chiefs have been leading their tribes through their gains and defeats. Native American Indian chiefs are almost equivalent to the president of the United States, the only difference being that they only govern their own specific tribe. For every tribe, there is a chief who ensures that their people are taken care of. It is common for tribes to change chiefs, whether it be passed down from generation to…

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    Sitting Bull: The Stubborn Chief Is there anyone that has made the general population change their whole perception on a whole race? Sitting bull was born on the plains near the black hills in South Dakota. Growing up in a traditional native tribe he was pretty sheltered to the rest of the world. As a young child he was just an average child with nothing specifically special about him. When he was ten he killed his first buffalo which officially made him a man. At the age of fourteen he was…

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    Since April 2016, the Standing Rock Sioux tribe in North Dakota have been protesting the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline because it could threaten their only source of water. The most frustrating aspect of this situation is that the tribe was not consulted about the pipeline before the approval of it. They were completely blindsided by this news and are now fighting for their land. Recently, a massive Facebook protest also broke out in support of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe where…

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    The process of heat-treating Knife River Flint requires a lot of time, preparation, and materials. The Knife River Flint that was used in this experiment came from Mercer County, North Dakota, which there are five different Knife River Flint Quarries in Mercer County. The three closest quarries to where the Knife River Flint in this experiment was collected are the Crowley Quarries, Medicine Butte, and Dodge Quarry. With the help of Russell Redhorn, a Native American monitor I was working…

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    Argumentative essay Samuel Newitt Wood is one of the founding fathers of the state of Kansas, and in particular Chase County, Kansas. Wood contributed a lot to the development of the territory, and eventually the state of Kansas. Wood does not have a memorial, and is not recognised as a prominent citizen of Kansas. He is deserving of a monumental plaque to commemorate his contributions to Kansas. Samuel Newitt Wood was a true hero who put Chase County on the map and not only spoke his beliefs…

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    Standing Rock protesters VS Army Corps of Engineers. A group of 200 Native Americans stood among the Standing Rock Indian Reservation on April 1st, 2016 to protest against the 3.7 billion Dakota Access oil pipeline. The Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) is a pipeline that transfers 470,000 barrels of unpurified oil from Bakken North Dakota to a terminus near Patoka, Illinois (Epstien, 2016). On July 26th, 2016, The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers approved the final word for the land easement and water…

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