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Red Cloud
photographed c. 1880

Red Cloud

Originally Makhpyia-luta. 1822-1909.
Oglala leader of the resistance against the development of a trail through Wyoming and Montana by the US government (1865-1867).

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n.
(Mahpiua Luta), 1822–1909, Lakota Indian leader.
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Noun1.Red Cloud - leader of the Oglala who resisted the development of a trail through Wyoming and Montana by the United States government (1822-1909)Red Cloud - leader of the Oglala who resisted the development of a trail through Wyoming and Montana by the United States government (1822-1909)
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The last rays of the sun Lit but the tops of trees and mountain-peaks With tarnished glory; and the water's sheen, Once blue and bright, grew lustreless, and soon A welter of red clouds alone betrayed The passing of the sun.
Neither the sunbeams, nor the birds, nor the red clouds which morning and evening sailed above him, gave the little Tree any pleasure.
Today s announcement that Perth based data centre services company Red Cloud will build a $40 million centre in Tasmania is fantastic news and further evidence of the growing confidence in the Tasmanian economy.
Last year's winners were Big Red Cloud from Leinster and Irish Yogurts from Munster.
Synopsis: Red Cloud of the Oglala Souix was a highly celebrated warrior who led his people to victory on the battlefield, Red Cloud was also a skilled diplomat who help the Oglala Sioux transition from a nomadic life to a reservation-based life.
Luckey's Club Cigar Store is rolling out the rock 'n' roll tonight with Eugene bands Red Cloud and White Wail.
As a boy growing up in Red Cloud, I remember cheering on Joe McCarthy in the televised hearings when were finally able to receive telecasts down in the Republican River valley from Hastings and Kearney using a 100-ft tall antenna.
Red Cloud Indian School is a private Lakota and Jesuit K-12 school educating 600 children on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota.
com)-- An innovative and highly functional new twist on an essential and widely used baby accessory, the Carrier Base, has been developed by William Johnson of Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Red Cloud is described as "war chief of the Oglala band of the Lakota Sioux.
Red Cloud Indian School seniors SHANE STAR and STORMY WILLIAMS have been awarded the GATES MILLENNIUM SCHOLARSHIP.
The gas then re-emits this energy, producing the glowing threadlike red cloud.