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Red Woman MP (c.1840 - 1871)

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Little Assiniboine (adopted) MP (c.1844 - 1890)

LITTLE ASSINIBOINE Hohe Cikala (c1844-1890). Hunkpapa. Also known as Jumping Bull. Born an Assiniboine; parents killed in attack by Lakota war party about 1857; saved and adopted by Sitting Bull; giv...

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Bite Off MP (c.1844 - d.)

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Growler MP (deceased)

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Brown Shawl Woman MP (c.1835 - d.)

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Good Feather Woman MP (c.1827 - c.1886)

References Sitting Bull's Family , compiled by Sitting Bull Family Foundation, Inc., visited Nov. 4, 2011.

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Makes Room, Chief of the Miniconjou Lakota MP (1819 - 1905)

He was a Minniconjou. His name "Kiyukanpi" means "Makes room for him" or "Welcome". References Sitting Bull's Family , compiled by Sitting Bull Family Foundation, Inc., visited Nov. 4, 2011.

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Twin Woman MP (c.1835 - d.)

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Looking Horse MP (deceased)

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Cecilia One Bull MP (deceased)

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Four Horns MP (c.1814 - 1887)

Four Horns was Sitting Bull's uncle, a quiet man, well-liked tall and slim, with a light complexion, He had a bullet in his body from a fight at Killdeer Mountain (1864), which is believed to have caus...

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One Bull MP (deceased)

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Her Holy Door MP (c.1808 - 1884)

She was a Sans Arc. Mixed Day was her name as late as 1865. "She was a witty, sensible woman, with many cares." Sitting bull had two wives and three children at this time. (Vestal) "Her grandson reme...

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Jumping Bull MP (c.1799 - 1859)

Jumping Bull (originally Sitting Bull), father of the famous chief Sitting Bull, was a very rich man. He owned a great many ponies in four colors. When his second son, Jumping Badger scored his first...

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Red Cloud (1822 - 1909)

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Chief Sitting Bull MP (c.1831 - 1890)

Sitting Bull (Lakota: Tȟatȟáŋka Íyotake (in Standard Lakota Orthography),[2] also nicknamed Slon-he or "Slow"; (c. 1831 – December 15, 1890) was a Hunkpapa Lak...

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Snow On Her MP (c.1840 - 1893)

She was an Arikara. After she and Sitting Bull divorced in 1869, she returned to her people and re-married at Fort Berthold Reservation.

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John C Smith, Sioux Code Talker (deceased)

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Anthony Omaha Boy, Sioux Code Talker (deceased)

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Cpl. Garfield T. Brown, Sioux Code Talker MP (1924 - 2000)

Bronze Star Medal Cpl. Garfield T. Brown Sioux, South Dakota Find a Grave Birth: Jan. 26, 1924 Death: Jan. 5, 2000 Burial: Black Hills National Cemetery Sturgis Meade County South Dakota, ...

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Jeffrey Dull Knife, Sioux Code Talker (deceased)

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Baptiste Pumpkinseed, Sioux Code Talker MP (1923 - 2001)

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Simon Brokenleg, Sioux Code Talker (deceased)

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Iver Crow Eagle, Sr., Sioux Code Talker (deceased)

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Charles Whitepipe, Sioux Code Talker (deceased)

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John Bear King, Sioux Code Talker (deceased)

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Guy Rondell, Sioux Code Talker (deceased)

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PFC Walter C. John, Sioux Code Talker (1920 - c.1998)

The US Army in WW2, like the Marines, had an Indian code talker program. It used Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota native american soldiers in MacArthur's South West Pacific Theater and in Europe. Walter ...

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Edmund St. John, Sioux Code Talker (deceased)

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Eddie Eagle Boy, Sioux Code Talker (deceased)

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Phillip "Stoney" LaBlanc, Sioux Code Talker (deceased)

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PFC Clarence Wolf Guts, Sioux Code Talker (born Eagle Elk) (1924 - 2010)

Clarence Wolf Guts , Sioux Code Talker (Wolfguts) (born Eagle Elk ) When the towers of the World Trade Center fell on Sept. 11, 2001, Clarence Wolf Guts asked his son to call the U.S. Department of D...

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Jennie Catches (1868 - d.)

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Anna Big Ribs (c.1850 - d.)

Anna was born circa 1890. She was the daughter of Big Ribs and Her Red Horses. Child of Anna Catches The Enemy Pete Catches Sr. b. 1912

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White Woman (c.1854 - d.)

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Sarah (1872 - d.)

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James Catch-the-Enemy (1860 - d.)

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Paul Catches-the-Enemy (1840 - d.)

He is known only from LDS records.

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Wawoyuapa (Paul) Catches (1864 - 1922)

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Pete (Petaga Yuha Mani) Catches MP (1912 - 1993)

Pete Catches Sr. (Petaga Yuha Mani - He Who Walks With Hot Coals) lived on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota throughout his life, and for decades healed and instructed both Natives and non-Nat...

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