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Plains Indians at the Battle of the Little Bighorn

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A Crow Cut His Nose
Crow Split His Nose
Northern Cheyenne

Little Warrior Chief of the Elkhorn Scrapers Warriors Society
Unknown
25 November 1876



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Afraid of Eagle
Bear Ribs
Hunkpapa Lakota
Sub Chief
Fought alongside Kill Eagle
1902 or 1903



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Afraid of Hawk, Emil
Cetan Kokipa
13 April 1850
Slow Bull
White Mountain, born November 1849, Cheyenne River Sioux
Oglala Lakota
Fought with Crazy Horse
14 April 1914
Saint Marks Episcopal Cemetery, Rockyford, Oglala Lakota County, South Dakota


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Afraid of Nothing Bear
Fools Bear
Minniconjou Lakota

Unknown
Unknown



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Alex Water
Oglala Lakota

Unknown
1926, attended Battle 50 Year Anniversary
Unknown



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All See Him
John Bighead Man
Northern Cheyenne
Unknown
Unknown

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American Horse
Iron Shield or Iron Plume
Oglala Lakota Chief
Unknown
9 September 1876 of wounds at the Battle of Slim Buttes
Unknown

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American Horse
Wasicu Tasunke
1840
Sitting Bear
Oglala Sioux
Fought Reno and Custer's Troops
16 December 1908, South Dakota
Holy Cross Cemetery, Pine Ridge, Shannon County, South Dakota



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American Horse
1847

Northern Cheyenne
Valley and Medicine Tail Coulee fights
July 1911
Unknown


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American Man
John Conroy or Little White Man
Oglala Lakota
Sharpshooter who prevented soldiers from getting water
1926, attended Battle 50 Year Anniversary
1951
Unknown

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Antelope
Lakota
Unknown
Unknown

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Appearing Bear
Hunkpapa Lakota
May have participated; was in Rosebud fight
Unknown

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Appearing Elk
Lakota
Slightly wounded and pony shot from under him
1902

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Arapaho Chief
Northern Cheyenne
His family was camped on the north side of the river when soldiers attacked.
Unknown


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Around the Quiver
Oglala Lakota

May have participated
May 1877, surrendered at Red Cloud Agency, Nebraska
Unknown



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Arrapahoe
Cheyenne
May have participated
May 1877, surrendered at Red Cloud Agency, Nebraska
Unknown

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Ass Hole
Oglala Lakota

May have participated
May 1877, surrendered at Red Cloud Agency, Nebraska
Unknown



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At the End
Oglala Lakota

May have participated
May 1877, surrendered at Red Cloud Agency, Nebraska
Unknown

   
 

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