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Title Meaning
Teetotaler A person who doesn't drink alcohol.
The Friends of German Park A fundraising group dedicated to the redevelopment of the New Ulm, MN, community.
The United Nations Often called the UN. An international organization whose goals are to enable the achievement of world peace through cooperation in international law, international security, economic development, social progress, and human rights. It was founded in 1945 after World War II to provide a platform for dialogue and stop wars between countries.
"Through Dakota Eyes" A book of Dakota reminisces of the U.S.-Dakota War edited by Gary Clayton Anderson and Alan R. Woolworth.
Tipi A conical tent traditionally made of animal skins and wooden poles.
Township Board The governing body of a township elected by the residents of the township.
Trader A wealthy man in charge of a trading post.
Traverse des Sioux Oiyuwege, meaning "the place of crossing." French explorers called it Traverse des Sioux, or "crossing place of the Sioux." For centuries, a crossroads and meeting place for people of many cultures. First, the American Indians gathered to hunt and traverse the river using the shallow crossing. During the 1800s, they were joined by Europeans who came to trade furs and farm. In 1851, the U.S. government signed a treaty with the Sisseton and Wahpeton bands of the Dakota Indians at this location.
Treaty An agreement under international law entered into by sovereign states and international organizations.
Tribal College Tribal Colleges were created in response to the higher education needs of American Indians. They operate in more than 75 campuses in 15 states and one Canadian province and serve students from well more than 250 federally recognized Indian tribes.