Photo by Auguste Francois, ca 1870, depicting Su Yuanchun, (1844-1908 AD) a Manchu general in Guangxi. A tough illiterate Manchu, Su Yuanchun was one of the last great warrior Manchus. He distinguished himself in the field and made it from a simple soldier to a distinguished general in a time when the Qing fought battles against modern firearms with sabers, spears, bows, arrows and matchlock muskets. He commanded a force against the French at the battle of Zhennan Passwhich and won.
Yellow Wolf 1856-1935 Born in 1856 in Nez Percè tribe, "Wal Lam Wat Kin" band, nephew of Chief Joseph. Indian's name: HEMENE MOXMOX. He has become famous in 1877 war. Always present in every battle, he was one of more daring and combative warriors. In June 1878 he surrended. He died in 21 August 1935 in Nespelem (Washington) and buried near the great uncle. In the first years of 1900 he dictated his memories to L. McWhorter, that wrote a famous book printed first time in 1940.
Yahnosha (1865-c. 1954), Chiricahua Apache warrior related to chiefs Geronimo, Loco, Naiche (to confirm). In 'Apache Voices' it is said of Yanosha: "Yanosha was one of the bravest of a courageous group and was a great warrior ... Y. was a good runner ... Y. was also a sharpshooter who never wasted a bullet. Y. was one of Geronimo's most loyal warriors, but for a time he was a U.S. scout..."
During a great Tribulation in my life the only thing I wanted was to know people were praying for me & the situation. Sadly no one was .. even my church family faded. As a result I now make that my priority when I encounter situations where someone is hurting!
Spotted Tail was born about 1823 in the White River country west of the Missouri River in present-day South Dakota The young man took his warrior name, Spotted Tail, after receiving a gift of a raccoon tail from a white trapper; he sometimes wore a raccoon tail in his war headdress