Early Cheyenne History
In the mid-17th century a core assemblage of blood-kin groups which would later coalesce into the Cheyenne tribe had been established for many years on the headwaters of the St. Peter's (now the Minnesota) River, between Lac Qui Parle and Lake Traverse, in present southwest Minnesota. Where they had been ... More
Drawing on Muslin by Jaw (his fight) Hunkpapa Lakota CA.1900
Elk Head's Story of the Battle:
A Brule Sioux's account of the Battle of the Rosebud, as told to William J. Bordeaux, who also translated.
Note: Elk Head's story of the battle as to the incidents that took place at the upper end of the village, the best account that I have, was given to me by Elk Head and others who have verified his version. ... More
Facsimile of Sitting Bull's Pictorial Autobiography in Smithsonian Museum, Washington