In Wovoka’s vision and teachings, a. They had become welfare recipients subsisting on their white masters' handouts.
By 1890, Wovoka was speaking of the Ghost Dance bringing about the resurrection of their deceased ancestors.

The Creator told him that the ancestors would rise up b. With the suddenness of its birth, Ghost Dance disappeared.

Wovoka was consulted and listened to by the Sioux, and they took his message to heart. If enough people believed and danced, human misery and death would end c. He learned how to defeat the Spanish conquistadors d. Both a and b. He was the son of Tävibo and his wife Teeya. Wovoka, a Paiute shaman (medicine man) who had participated in the Ghost Dance of 1870, became ill with a fever late in 1888 and experienced a vision that provided part of the basis for the new Ghost Dance. Wovoka (also known as Jack Wilson) delivered his message orally, and it was transcribed by a member of the group who had attended Carlisle Indian School.] When Wovoka revived* the Ghost Dance, he offered hope to a people that began as dignified and free tribes, but were, in Wovoka's day, demoralized by defeat, subjugation, oppression, and segregation. The Native American Church. Wovoka Jack Wilson (c.1856-1932) Known as the messiah to his followers, Wovoka was the Paiute mystic whose religious pronouncements spread the Ghost … a. In 1889, Wovoka went into a deep trance.
THE MESSIAH LETTER When you get home you must make a dance to continue five days. Was founded by Mabel McKay and focused on healing the sick through singing b. Wovoka himself virtually vanished into obscurity. Wovoka was also raised among white ranchers who exposed him to Christianity. He claimed that if the Native Americans returned to their traditional ways and performed a sacred dance, the buffalo would come back to the plains, the whites would be driven out, and the dead would return to help in the fight. While cutting wood in the Pine Grove hills — during the solar … Wovoka's prophecies were hollow; the land would not be returned from the white man through divine intervention. Youth and early adulthood.

When he emerged, he told his tribesmen that he had foreseen the way to paradise. During a total solar eclipse on January 1, 1889, Wovoka fell unconscious and … In his later years, he exhibited himself at sideshows in county fairs and worked as an extra in silent movie Westerns. Wovoka was born in 1858, in Western Nevada.