Miles City MT Red-Armed Panther - A Cheyenne Scout Red-Armed Panther or Red Sleeve, a Cheyenne scout was photographed at Ft. Keagh, Montana Territory in One of L. Huffman's finest Indian portraits, the hand colored photograph from which

Crow Dog Within the Cheyenne. They were fierce fighters- unyielding. The Calvary called them Dog Soldiers or suicide soldiers. They often acted as rear guards, or sacrificial decoy, so the rest of the tribe could escape.

Crow Dog (Dog Soldiers) Within the Cheyenne tribe they were an elite military society made up of the strongest and bravest warriors.

Gall (Pizi) (1840-1894) Hunkpapa Sioux War Chief. Gall was a distinguished hunter-warrior, adopted by Sitting Bull as a younger brother. He was also Sitting Bull's lieutenant. At the Little Big Horn, Gall led the warriors that blocked and thwarted Reno's column from coming close to the Sioux and Cheyenne encampment. Reno and his troopers were stopped and defeated, and forced to retreat, allowing Gall to divert warriors to Crazy Horse to complete the annihilation of Custer's detachment.

Chief Gall, Lakota Phizi was a battle leader of the Hunkpapa Lakota in the long battle with the US. He was one of the commanders in the Battle of Little Bighorn.

Conquering Bear, Brule Lakota chief. I can only imagine how he got his name!

Matȟó Wayúhi (“Conquering Bear”) – August was a Brulé Lakota chief who signed the Fort Laramie Treaty He was killed in 1854 when.

Scabby - Cheyenne 1908

Scabby - Cheyenne 1908

cherokee woman

Tsianina Redfeather, aka Tsianina Blackstone) - Creek/Cherokee - circa 1925 {Note: TTsianina Blackstone, who was an opera singer who toured the country in the early with an American composer, Charles Cadman.

Little Bird, Arapahoe - par Frank Rinehart 1898

Little Bird, Arapahoe - par Frank Rinehart 1898