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Years after Wounded Knee, Iron Tail, an Oglala Sioux, was invited to Washington, D.C. by General Nelson Miles. While in Washington, D.C. Iron Tail was chosen with two other Indians, Two Moons, a Cheyenne and Big Tree, a Kiowa as models by James E. Fraser to create the Indian head profile on the Buffalo Nickel used from 1913-1938. On October 21, 1913 Iron Tail received a commendation certificate of "good character" from the U.S. Government.

Two Strikes daughters, Lakota Sioux women, Pine Ridge Agency, South Dakota, in front of a painted backdrop. Photograph: 1891.

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“Before our white brothers arrived to make us civilized men, we didn’t have any kind of prison. We had no locks, therefore there were no thieves. When someone was so poor he couldn’t afford a horse, tent or blanket, he would receive it all as a gift. We were in bad shape before white men arrived. I don’t know how to explain how we were able to manage without these fundamental things that (so they tell us) are so necessary for civilized society” - John (Fire) Lame Deer, Sioux Lakota, 1903-1976

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