The not a lot of information on geography

The  Sioux!     Before the mid-16th century the Sioux resided near the area of Lake Superior.  Their name “Sioux” is an abbreviation of the name Nadouessioux (pronounced  Nah-do-sue) meaning adders or enemies, this name was originally given to the Sioux by he Ojibwa. Economy     The Sioux would collect wild rice and other foods, they also hunted deer and buffalo, they even would spear fish from canoes. The would trade bison for corn farmed by the farming tribes of the plains. They raided tribes frequently, including the Mandan, Arikara, Hidatsa and the Pawnee.Government    The governmental is not too dramatic nor boring, so here we go. The famous Sitting Bull also known as O?héthi Šakówi? and Crazy Horse, his true name isT?ašú?ke Witkó(you may know them) were chief of the Sioux. Warriors, Hunters and tribe members were trained to police the city. Two to four Shirt Wearers, who were the voice of the tribe, would be elected by the Wi?háša It?á??ha?. The Sioux is not a singular group of Native Americans, in fact they are made up of several different tribes, including the Lakota, Nakota, and the Dakota.Culture      The Sioux has a lot  of information on their dances. A traditional dance usually starts with a high pitch led by a soloist singing a phrase that is then repeated by a group. Songs only use vocables, syllabic utterances with no lexical meaning.The Dakota (One the several parts of the Sioux) Flag Song begins special events, such as powwows, and is not accompanied by a dance. A powwow is a held by multiple Native American communities that make up the Sioux . Such as the Lakota, the Dakota, and the Nakota  Geography    The Sioux lived in what is now Nebraska, Minnesota, North and South Dakota, and Wisconsin. There was hilly,and rocky terrain in the environment of the Black Hills but there were plains, mostly found in Nebraska.     I know there was not a lot of information on geography but that was all I could find…    🙁  🙁  :((Source 1 (Government))                        AND    (Source 2 (Culture)) AND    (Source 3 (Economy))    (Source 4 (Geography)