Kale-pi-thay Sioux Woman

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Kale-pi-thay Sioux Woman

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Wife of Au-Pia Goodle Red Otter, Kiowa Medicine Man
Mother of Chief Ahpeatone Wooden Lance

Managed by: William Owen "Bill" Irwin
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About Kale-pi-thay Sioux Woman

Excerpt: Kale-pi-thay (Sioux Woman)

As it turns out, this is actually a portrait of Ahpeatone (Wooden Lance), the last traditional chief of the Kiowa. Ahpeatone, whose mother Kale-pi-thay (Sioux Woman) was Lakota, had apparently been sent by the Kiowa in 1890 to visit his relations on the Lakota reservations and learn about their version of the Ghost Dance movement.

Looks Can Be Deceiving: Issues Regarding 19th-Century Native American Photographs


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Kale-pi-thay Sioux Woman's Timeline

1855
1855
Medicine Lodge, Barber County, Kansas, United States
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