Is this Crazy Horse? Tintype on exhibit at the Custer Battlefield Museum that maintains it is the only authentic portrait of Crazy Horse. Historians continue to dispute the identification.
|Chief Sitting Bull|
|Gardner Photo of Sioux standing left to right: Quick Bear, Spotted Tail, White Eyes, Swift Bear, Whirlwind Soldier, and Long Mandan.|
|Chief Blue Horse,"Sunka Wakan To, by E.A. Burbank, 1898|
Kills on Horseback, Ogallala Sioux, hand-colored platinum print, by Herman Heyn, Circa 1899. Kills on Horseback was brother-in-law to the great Sioux chief Spotted Tail, and was a witness to Spotted Tail's murder by a fellow Sioux in 1881.
Sioux Chief Broken Arm, Ogallala Sioux, hand-colored platinum print, by Herman Heyn, Circa 1899.
|Denver Library Photo of Whirlwind Soldier, Roaster and Standing Elk|
|"The Custer Fight" by Charles Marion Russell. Lithograph. Shows the Battle of Little Bighorn, from the Sioux side|
Original Sitting Bull 4 1/4" x 6 1/2" cabinet bust portrait, imprinted “Geo. W. Scott, Fort Yates, Dakota,” on the bottom border and signed by Sitting Bull on the verso.
Custer found a camp of women and children on the Wichitaw Creek some time before, where he murdered over 300 women and children, who had no one to defend them. For further reference, I refer you to the official accounts, published by the War Department.
|Treaty signing by William T. Sherman and the Sioux at Fort Laramie, Wyoming Photographed by Alexander Gardner, 1868|
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