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  • Debbie Chandler

    Sitting Bull's Great Grandson Tells Oral History Film Clip. Ernie LaPointe, Sitting Bull's lineal great grandson, tells his great grandfather's oral history. In this film clip he tells who the family holds most responsible for the death of Sitting Bull. Full two part DVD series available at www.reelcontact.com. This clip is from part two of 'The Authorized Biography of Sitting Bull By His Great Grandson".

  • Ava Von Malkar

    Oral History by Chief Sitting Bull's Grandson

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Sitting Bull (1831 – 1890) ~ "a Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux holy man who led his people as a tribal chief during years of resistance to United States government policies. Born near the Grand River in Dakota Territory, he was killed by Indian agency police on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation during an attempt to arrest him and prevent him from supporting the Ghost Dance movement."

  • Cynthia Chafins

    If you know the tribe go to the BIA (bureau of indian affairs) web site. They can lead you to the tribes census roll n if you know her name you should have sucess

  • Suzie M

    I appreciate u taking time to respond to me, by chace do u know if there is cost to hv them check? Bless all hv a good day Suzie

  • Cynthia Chafins

    Glad to help. You can access a lot of information for freem

  • Suzie M

    Great news I will keep u posted

  • Cynthia Chafins

    Great. Hope you find what you were looking for! Good Luck.

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Sitting Bull Print. This print pays tribute to Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux war chief, Sitting Bull. $15

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SITTING BULL (1837—1890), was a beloved medicine man and chief of the Sioux Indian Tribe.

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  • lisa Knutson

    Lola Dombrowski i am also related i am from standingrock whr

  • Lola Dombrowski

    Awesome!!! Hey there cuz!

  • Suzie M

    My grandma was part of the Hunkpapa need help wth family tree ; if one can help me i appreciate it :)

  • lisa Knutson

    Lola Dombrowski hey cuz ! Theres so many of us out there so glad we connected

  • lisa Knutson

    Suzie m i have asked standingrock to do a family tree but the results i got was 6 names , my parents mys dads and his and the greatgrandparents

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Native american but I'm First Nations of Canada