Monthly Archives: February 2011

Dupree-Dupris-Dupuis Connection to the White Buffalo Calf Pipe


DUPUIS/DUPREE FAMILY CONNECTION TO THE SACRED BUFFALO CALF PIPE COPYRIGHTED 2006 DUPREE FAMILY’S INVOLVEMENT AND PARTICIPATION IN CEREMONY IN THE 1800’S THROUGH TO CURRENT TIMES PAST FROM “QUEST FOR THE PIPE OF THE SIOUX: AS VIEWED FROM WOUNDED KNEE” (1975) … Continue reading

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First Duprees-Dupris-Dupuis in South Dakota


Fredrick Dupuis and wife Good Elk Woman, with Grandson Pete Dupuis Good Elk Woman had a son from a previous marriage that Fred adopted and his name was Chief Henry Makes Room Junior. Fredrick Dupuis came from Longueil, Quebec to … Continue reading

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Quest for the Pipe of the Sioux, As Viewed From Wounded Knee, A Lakota Cultural Treasure


This incredible book written by Wilbur Riegert, and published by Ralph (Doc) Hubbard, and Paul Manhart SJ in 1975, after Riegerts death in 1974, is a Tetuwan Lakota-Dakota-Nakota cultural treasure. A must read for any native studies student, educator or anyone … Continue reading

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Unraveling the propaganda and myths of the American Indian Movement


AIM could not have existed without the support and funding of certain quarters of the US government, stated Joseph Trimbach, author of American Indian Mafia (2006), and FBI agent in charge during the Seige of Wounded Knee (1973), and the murders … Continue reading

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Global Exposure of the truth about AIM & Arvol Looking Horse


With the guilty verdict of John Boy Graham Patton in December 2010 of the murder of Anna Mae Aquash Pictou, both Canadian First Nations and American Indian Movement members, the truth about the American Indian Movement and Arvol Looking Horse … Continue reading

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