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    Crowfoot (the son of Sitting Bull) - Hunkpapa - circa 1885 {Note: When Sitting Bull and his followers sought sactuary in Canada, shortly after the battle at the Little Bighorn River, he became friends with the Blackfoot Chief named Crowfoot. It is said that Sitting Bull was so impressed by the Blackfoot Chief, that he named him son after him.}

    Chief Sitting Bull

    Indian chiefs who counciled with General Miles and ended the Indian War -- 1. Standing Bull, 2. Bear Who Looks Back Running [Stands and Looks Back], 3. Has the Big White Horse, 4. White Tail, 5. Liver [Living] Bear, 6. Little Thunder, 7. Bull Dog, 8. High Hawk, 9. Lame, 10. Eagle Pipe. Created in 1891 by Grabill, John C. H., photographer. Group portrait of Lakota chiefs, five standing and five sitting with tipi in background--probably on or near Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

    Chief Sitting Bull

    Chief Flying Horse, the older brother of the minor Sitting Bull charged into Captain Henry Jackson's men, knowing full well he would be killed

    Battle of the Little Bighorn chiefs

    Chief Red Horse, Lakota Sioux, a participant of the Battle of Little Bighorn, is known for documenting the battle with 41 ledger drawings.

    Chief White Bull: 1849 – 1947. He was the nephew of Sitting Bull and participated in the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Some believe he killed Custer. Prior to becoming a combatant against Custer, White Bull was already an accomplished fighter. He had taken part in at least 20 battles, against the US Army and other tribes. White Bull was shot on two occasions, in addition to other injuries received in battle, he also underwent the torturous Sun Dance more than once.

    Standing Holy, daughter of Sitting Bull, 1885

    Sitting Bull, however (pictured) refused to order his people to stop dancing, and in consequence was arrested and killed, an act that led two weeks later to the infamous massacre at Wounded Knee, where 153 Sioux Indians, mostly women and children, were needlessly slaughtered by the US Army. But the Indian spirit was not slaughtered with them. The Ghost Dance continues to this day, and to some large extent the hopes of many Native Americans remain pinned to the prophecy that spawned it. ...

    Sitting Bull & family

    Spotted Eagle, Sitting Bull's head chief during the late Indian war.

    Sitting Bull son - Little Soldier aka Louie Sitting Bull - 1926

    Sitting Bull Native American Indians

    Chief Sitting Bull (Tatanka Lyotake), Sioux (Lakota)~1831-1890

    A delightful photograph of Sitting Bull's beautiful daughter Standing Holy. "Let us put our minds together and see what life we can make for our children." Chief Sitting Bull.

    Little Big Man was present at the Battle of Little Bighorn (Custer's Last Stand)

    This picture was taken in 1900, and shows an Indian Chief. The man's name was Whirling Horse

    Many Horses (the daughter of Sitting Bull and Snow On Her), with her son - Hunkpapa - before 1897