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Long Dog (Sunka Hanske) was an Hunkpapa. At the time of his transfer to the Standing Rock Agency in 1881, he was 60 years old [born c1821], a widow, living with his son Black Prairie Dog. He was in Crow King's band (Hunkpapa). — Ephriam Dickson

Long Dog (Sunka Hanske) was an Hunkpapa. At the time of his transfer to the Standing Rock Agency in 1881, he was 60 years old [born c1821], a widow, living with his son Black Prairie Dog. He was in Crow King's band (Hunkpapa). — Ephriam Dickson

Kicks Iron, Dakota Sioux  Photograph by F.B. Fiske, c. 1905 (Dunway Enterprises) http://dunway.us/

Kicks Iron, Dakota Sioux Photograph by F.B. Fiske, c. 1905 (Dunway Enterprises) http://dunway.us/

My grandfather Chief CrazyBear before a ghost dance. The white man said that the ghost dance was evil and banned any lakota from doing it...or be killed!! Dumb ass's!!!!!!!

My grandfather Chief CrazyBear before a ghost dance. The white man said that the ghost dance was evil and banned any lakota from doing it...or be killed!! Dumb ass's!!!!!!!

Isleta Pueblo women - Carlotta Chiwiwi and her daughters, María and Felicíta Toura. Early 1900s. Photo by H.S. Poley.

Rare, Old Photos of Native American Women and Children

Isleta Pueblo women - Carlotta Chiwiwi and her daughters, María and Felicíta Toura. Early 1900s. Photo by H.S. Poley.

Sitting Bull: Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux;    He is famous in both American and Native American history for his victory at the Battle of Little Bighorn where his ‘premonition’ of defeating Custer became a reality.

Sitting Bull: Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux; He is famous in both American and Native American history for his victory at the Battle of Little Bighorn where his ‘premonition’ of defeating Custer became a reality.

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