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One bright September day, from the heights of Sisseton, South Dakota, a strangely beautiful scene was spread out before the eye.
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We listened to the theological class of young men, students of Santee and Sisseton.
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From the heights of Sisseton, South Dakota, another striking scene met the eye.
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The great triangular Sisseton reserve of one million acres no longer exists.
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Three hundred thousand of its choicest acres are now held in severalty by the fifteen hundred members of the Sisseton and Wahpeton Band of the Dakotas-the "Leaf Dwellers" of the plains.
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In 1870, he became the pastor of Iyakaptapte, (Ascension) a little church in what subsequently became the Sisseton reservation.
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The Sissetons and Santees were first to give them a trial and eventually they were supplied to all the Reservations except the Rosebud, which, for some reason of which I have been unable to secure information, has never had them.
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Vocabulary of the Sisseton Dakotas, by W.H. Gardiner, Assistant Surgeon, U.S.A. 10 ll.
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Examples of Sisseton

Example #1
In the distance the waters of Lake Traverse (source of the Red River of the North), and Big Stone Lake (head waters of the Minnesota), glistened in the bright sunshine, their waters almost commingling ere they began their diverse journeyings-the former to Hudson's Bay, the latter to the Gulf of Mexico.
Example #2
Fifty years since the coming of the Pond brothers to Fort Snelling-twenty-one years since the organization of the church in the prison-pen at Mankato.
Example #3
We watched the smiling faces of the women as they bowed in prayer, and brought their offerings to the missionary meetings.
Example #4
That week we spent at Iyakaptapte was a series of rich, rare treats.
Example #5
The great triangular Sisseton reserve of one million acres no longer exists.
Example #6
Three hundred thousand of its choicest acres are now held in severalty by the fifteen hundred members of the Sisseton and Wahpeton Band of the Dakotas-the "Leaf Dwellers" of the plains.