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  1. North Dakota pipeline protest

  2. Signs left by dissenters exhibiting against the Energy Transfer Partners Dakota Access oil pipeline sit at the door of a development access street where development has been halted for a few weeks because of the challenges. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen

  3. Native American dissenters play b-ball in a settlement that has developed on the banks of the Cannon Ball River. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen

  4. Vandee Khalsa (L),Tatanka Skawin SwiftBird (C) and Winona Kasto set up a customary wild ox soup for dissenters. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen

  5. A sage tie, which has otherworldly noteworthiness for Native American Plains tribes, hangs at the Seven Council camp, one of three settlements that have developed on the banks of the Cannon Ball River in the course of the most recent month with the reason for halting development of the Energy Transfer Partners' Dakota Access oil pipeline close to the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in Cannon Ball, North Dakota. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen

  6. Tepees stand in the Seven Council camp, one of three settlements that have developed on the banks of the Cannon Ball River throughout the most recent month with the motivation behind halting development of the Energy Transfer Partners' Dakota Access oil pipeline close to the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in Cannon Ball, North Dakota. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen

  7. Volunteers pass gave water and different things amid a challenge. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen

  8. Aaron Makwa Chivis takes a photograph of his companion Joe Syette after they went from the Saginaw Chippewa Reservation in Mount Pleasant, Michigan to join a camp where several protestors have assembled on the banks of the Cannon Ball River to stop development of the Energy Transfer Partners' Dakota Access oil pipeline close to the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in Cannon Ball, North Dakota. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen

  9. A bunch from the Saginaw Chippewa Reservation in Mount Pleasant, Michigan enters a place to stay where many protestors have accumulated on the banks of the Cannon Ball River to stop development of the Energy Transfer Partners' Dakota Access oil pipeline close to the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in Cannon Ball, North Dakota. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen

  10. Signs dangle from overwhelming hardware after dissenters ceased development. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen

  11. Work on the Energy Transfer Partners Dakota Access oil pipeline close to the Standing Rock Sioux reservation is ceased. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen

  12. A volunteer stacks instances of gave water in a place to stay that has developed on the banks of the Cannon Ball River. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen

  13. Children look as a gathering from the Saginaw Chippewa Reservation in Mount Pleasant, Michigan enter a place to stay where several protestors have accumulated on the banks of the Cannon Ball River to stop development of the Energy Transfer Partners' Dakota Access oil pipeline close to the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in Cannon Ball, North Dakota. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen

  14. Dave Archambault II (L), director of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe, watches a video of nonconformists in his office in Fort Yates, North Dakota. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen

  15. The Seven Council camp, one of three places to stay that have developed on the banks of the Cannon Ball River . REUTERS/Andrew Cullen

  16. Protesters exhibit against the Energy Transfer Partners Dakota Access oil pipeline close to the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in Cannon Ball. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen

  17. Flags from the many tribes that have offered backing to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe line the principle access to a place to stay in Cannon Ball. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen

  18. Volunteers empty gave things at a place to stay of dissenters. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen

  19. Dave Archambault II, executive of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe, sits for a picture in his office in Fort Yates. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen

  20. Signs dangle from overwhelming hardware after dissenters ceased development on the Energy Transfer Partners Dakota Access oil pipeline. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen

  21. Protesters stand on overwhelming hardware subsequent to stopping take a shot at the Energy Transfer Partners Dakota Access oil pipeline close to the Standing Rock Sioux reservation close Cannon Ball, North Dakota, September 6, 2016. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen