Little Squaw Humper Creek


Badlands of South Dakota… Those white lines are thousands of rivulets, washes, creeks, and streams, to the right is Little Squaw Humper Creek. Badlands National Park (Lakota: Makȟóšiča) is 242,756 acres (379 sq miles) of sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles, and spires blended with the largest undisturbed mixed grass prairie in the United States.
For 11,000 years, First Nations Tribes used these as hunting grounds. Long before the Lakota were paleo-Indians, followed by the Arikara people. Their descendants live today in North Dakota as a part of the Three Affiliated Tribes. For the full story on this image visit the corresponding page on Where Eagles Fly




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