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1965 (In the year) The great, great, granddaughter of Chief Sitting Bull, Ina McNeil, became a Baha’i. She was born on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in South Dakota and is a member of the Hunkpapa Lakota tribe and the first Lakota to become a Bahá'í.

She was convinced of the truth of the Bahá'í Revelation because of the similarities between it and her Lakota heritage; to cite two examples, the legend of the return of White Buffalo Calf Maiden and the prophecies of Black Elk and his vision of Bahá'u'lláh. [Article by Radiance Talley]

  • See a second article on her art.
  • Long Island; New York; Standing Rock Sioux Reservation; South Dakota Ina McNeil; Chief Sitting Bull; White Buffalo Calf Maiden; Black Elk
     
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