Mato Paha or "Bear Mountain" in the Black Hills of Western South Dakota is a sacred site to the Lakota and other Native Americans who believe the Creator Spirit communicates with creatures here through prayers and visions.

 

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Old Stone Fort State Archaeological Site in Coffee County, Tennessee showcases Woodland Indian history in a peaceful natural setting.