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Chief White Bull, Sitting Bull's cousin-1849. He is thought to be the one who killed General Custer

Chief White Bull. Sioux, born 1849, cousin of Sitting Bull

Chief White Bull, Sitting Bull's cousin-1849. He is thought to be the one who killed General Custer

Sitting Bull, famous Lakota Sioux Indian chief

Photo Gallery of the Famous Sioux Indian Chief Sitting Bull

Photo gallery of the famous Lakota Sioux Indian Chief Sitting Bull

"Sitting Bull, killed by his own pistol". As Bull Head went down after being shot, he fired into Sitting Bull's side. Red Tomahawk was directly behind the group and carried a small revolver that he had taken from the Chief. With this revolver he shot Sitting Bull in the head. "The relatives of the policemen killed during the failed arrest attempt had beaten Sitting Bull's body virtually unrecognizable." (Sitting Bull - His Life and Legacy, 2009).

"Sitting Bull, killed by his own pistol". As Bull Head went down after being shot, he fired into Sitting Bull's side. Red Tomahawk was directly behind the group and carried a small revolver that he had taken from the Chief. With this revolver he shot Sitting Bull in the head. "The relatives of the policemen killed during the failed arrest attempt had beaten Sitting Bull's body virtually unrecognizable." (Sitting Bull - His Life and Legacy, 2009).

Group Portrait of Sitting Bull, Swift Bear, Spotted Tail, Julius Meyer, and Red Cloud, 1875 Photographic Print by Frank F. Currier at AllPosters.com

'Group Portrait of Sitting Bull, Swift Bear, Spotted Tail, Julius Meyer, and Red Cloud, 1875' Photographic Print - Frank F. Currier | AllPosters.com

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Sitting Bull - A Photo Gallery - ICTMN.com

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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…

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It's official: On September 10, Apple will hold a press event at which it's expected to announce a new iPhone (or two). "This should brighten everyone's day," the official invitation reads. Apple will hold the event at its Cupertino campus at 10 a.m. PT. No word on whether Apple will stream the announcement, which will likely include the new iPhone 5S and possibly a 5C budget version.

inkspired musings: more Thanksgiving with native Americans and Dr. Ga...

more Thanksgiving with native Americans and Dr. Galyon

Wo'okeyeh ('Peace' in the language of the Sioux, Native American) Sioux leader, Chief and Medicine Man - Chief Sitting Bull How could we ever celebrate Thanksgiving without giving honor to our fellow brothers - the native Americans, or Indians, of North America? I completely understand why some Native Americans do not share that feeling! We haven't been very 'brotherly' since that first Thanksgiving. Misunderstandings, greed, false religious fervor, false view of any others that were not…

Sitting Bull - Hunkpapa - 1882

Sitting Bull - Hunkpapa - 1882

Sitting Bull - my personal favorite "Tribal Chieftain". He didn't ask for The Battle of the Little Big Horn. It was a battle he was forced to order his warriors to fight. It ultimately cost him and his tribe DEARLY.

Sitting Bull - my personal favorite "Tribal Chieftain". He didn't ask for The Battle of the Little Big Horn. It was a battle he was forced to order his warriors to fight. It ultimately cost him and his tribe DEARLY.