noun, plural Sis·se·tons, (especially collectively) Sis·se·ton.
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Of the Sisseton tribe, the twelve names of gentes were either nicknames (one, 'a name of derision'), or derived from localities.Social Origins and Primal Law|Andrew Lang
In 1870, he became the pastor of Iyakaptapte, (Ascension) a little church in what subsequently became the Sisseton reservation.
The great triangular Sisseton reserve of one million acres no longer exists.
This made it possible for all the churches on the Sisseton reservation to be represented by pastors and elders.
I was to return to Sisseton with the Indians who had come over to our annual Conference.