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Bear Butte

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The Landscapes of South Dakota: Bear Butte

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Sadhguru on Significance of Bear Butte, South Dakota | Crazy Horse | Black Hills |Ride With Sadhguru

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The Lakota Story of Bear Butte Matȟó Pahá" Origins- Lakota Legends - Native American Stories

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Bear Butte Mountain/Deadwood SD

Bear Butte is a geological laccolith feature located near Sturgis, South Dakota, United States, that was established as a State Park in 1961. An important landmark and religious site for the Plains Indians tribes long before Europeans reached South Dakota, Bear Butte is called Mathó Pahá, or Bear Mountain, by the Lakota, or Sioux. To the Cheyenne, it is known as Noahȧ-vose or Náhkȯhe-vose, and is the place where Ma'heo'o (God) imparted to Sweet Medicine, a Cheyenne prophet, the knowledge from which the Cheyenne derive their religious, political, social, and economic customs.
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