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Ponca Tribe.Under Indian Removal, from 1877 to 1880 "Out of 700 Ponca who left the Nebraska reservation, 158 died in Oklahoma within two years." With the aid of prominent attorneys working pro bono, Standing Bear filed a writ of habeas corpus challenging his arrest. The case of Standing Bear v. Crook (1879) was a landmark decision in the US District Court, where the judge ruled that Indians had the same legal rights as other United States citizens. (wikipedia)