home
 
 
History & Culture
Tribal Government
Powwows
Pipemakers
Newsletter
Economic Development
Royal River Casino
Programs
Employment
Videos
Contact Us
Home

The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe is comprised primarily of descendents of "Mdewakantonwan", a member of the Isanti division of the Great Sioux Nation, and refer to themselves as Dakota, which means friend or ally. The Flandreau Santee Sioux Indian Reservation is 5,000 acres of combined trust and fee tribal land located along and near the Big Sioux River in Moody County, South Dakota, in a region know as the Prairie Coteau, which consists primarily of undulating or gently rolling land.

More...

A Complete Listing of FSST Past Tribal Presidents

Download comprehensive history paper of the

Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe.

Learn about the historic Gordon Weston Veterans Lodge.

Photo Gallery:

Memory Lane

AN EXPERIMENT
OF FAITH

The Journey of the Mdewakanton
Dakota Who Settled on the
Bend in the River is a brief history of the

organization and construction

of the First Presbyterian Church

Flandreau, South Dakota


This booklet is in .pdf format and is available for free download by clicking here.  (1.8 mb)

 

 

You need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view An Experiment of Faith.  If you do not already have it loaded on your computer it is available free by clicking here or on icon below.

Learn About the Dakota Tradition of Pipemaking

See Historical Pipestone Photos

 
 
History & Culture I Tribal Government I Powwows I News
Economic Development I Programs I Employment I Contact Us I Home


Copywright 2005, Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe, All Rights Reserved