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Little Crow the Mdewakanton Sioux chief was the recognized

Little Crow the Mdewakanton Sioux chief was the recognized


Little Crow, the Mdewakanton Sioux chief, was the recognized leader of the Minnesota massacre


Dakota - LIttle Crow - Famous Fighting Chief

Native American:Photography, Carte de Visite - A studio portrait of Little Crow.

Grandpa Chief Little Crow (Taoyateduta) (left) and Chaska.

Little Crow (Dakota Thaóyate Dúta; was a chief of the Mdewakanton Dakota people.

Chief Little Crow (Minnesota Historical Society) Chief Little Crow Born around 1810, Chief Little Crow was the Mdewakanton Dakota Sioux chief who literally ...

Lakota Phizí, was a battle leader of the Hunkpapa Lakota and one of the commanders in the Battle of Little Bighorn

Little Crow, 1862

A copy of a photograph of Taoyateduta, also know as "Little Crow,"

Little Crow - Santee Mdewakanton

Ta Oyate Duta (Little Crow)

Beautiful young Sioux maiden U-Se-Do-Ha, photo by Joel E. She was from the Kaposia village of the Mdewakanton Dakota, Head Chief was Little Crow.

Wakinyantanka 'Big Thunder' - father of Chief Little Crow (Taoyeteduta). My

Little Crow.


Chief Taoyateduta (Little Crow)

Little Crow, a Sioux Chief. Native American chief of the Mdewakanton Dakota Sioux,

Little Crow: Leader of the Dakota

Taoyateduta (Little Crow)

Little Crow's wife and children at Ft. Snelling in 1863.

Taoyate Duta's father, Cetan Wakhuwan Mani (Hawk Hunting Walks) as painted by Charles Bird King, 1824. The painting is called or titled "Chetaii Wakan Mani, ...

Chief Little Crow, Mdewakanton Dakota Sioux (public domain)

Chief White Crow - Ute Indian Chief - circa 1902 - Stock Image

Little Crow About Little Crow

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Iron Bull: Chief of the Crow tribe Date: early 20th century - Stock Image

Hodges Soileau: Chief Little Crow

Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community

Henry H. Cross, Little Crow. 1863. Minneapolis Institute of Art

I´d like to start a thread about Crow Dog, who is well known for his role in the killing of Sicangu Chief Spotted Tail. Crow Dog was a leader in the Brule ...

Running Antelope, a Hunkpapa Lakota Chief, depicted on the US 1899 $5 silver certificate.

The First Scout: Mystic Warriors Of The Great Plains: His Red Nation: A Tale of Little Crow

Charles A. Zimmerman Stereoview of Scalp of Little Crow, Leader of Minn. Indian

Zimmerman Stereoview of Little Crow's Scalp,

Zitkala-Sa (1876—1938), Yankton author, photographed by Joseph Keiley

Sitting Bull - Sitting Bull in 1885


Crow Nation

Chief Sitting Bull, Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux (public domain)

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Taoyateduta (Little Crow) and Wamditanka (Big Eagle), both chiefs of the

In September, 1862, Little Crow and his small band of followers fled to Canada.

Little Crow, Spokesman for the Sioux

Sakpedan (Shakopee, Little Six)


Little Crow, reluctant leader of the Dakota conflict, in a photo taken during negotiations for the 1858 treaty in Washington, D.C. | Photo by Julian ...

Little Crow Trailer

Henry H. Sibley

Chris Umtuch (right) helps classmate Brandon Spencer assemble a PowerPoint presentation on Chief Little Crow during a class on tribal sovereignty earlier ...

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Kintpuash or “Captain Jack” (Wikimedia Commons)

Tiwakan (Gabriel Renville)

Yankton Sioux Tribe

Chief White Swan, Yankton Nakota Sioux (public domain)

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1858 Treaty Delegation

Big Eagle

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Taoyateduta (Little Crow)

Above left, Iron ~ 1882 | Above right, Little Wolf ~ 1882

Little crow (bird)


History of the Indian Tribes of North America - Image: Amiskquew

Crow Tribe, Principal Chief (1. Pretty Eagle, Principal Chief,2.

Child dancing at Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community powwow

Little Shell Chippewa Tribe sees brighter future with Ryan Zinke at Interior Department

Antique 1854 engraving, 'Little Crow Village on the Mississippi,' an old established

Little Crow - Sculpture mask of Little Crow at Minneapolis

Road Maker, or Aríìhiriš, a 19th-century Hidatsa chief. The Hidatsa .

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Two Strikes, High Hawk and Crow Dog 1891

Chief Billy Bowlegs (Wikimedia Commons)

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Charles Eastman - Dr. Charles A. Eastman (Ohiyesa)

Rain-In-The-Face (Wikimedia Commons)

Above left, Little Bear Chief ~ 1893 | Above right, Shorty White Grass ~ 1891

Above left, Black Crow ~ 1872 | Above right, White Crow ~ 1872

Little Crow (Hawk That Hunts Walking) ~ 1869

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Chief Spotted Tail, Brule Lakota Sioux (public domain)

Little Crow (Hawk That Hunts Walking) ~ 1869

10th Generations to Cetanwakanmami Little Crow. Many of our members come from Cetanwakanmami.

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Navajo Code Talkers

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Treaty of 1851 Traverse de Sioux[edit]

Assiniboine - Pigeon's Egg Head, painted by George Catlin

TÈŸatȟáŋka PtÃÄ ela aka Grant Short Bull, an Oglala Lakota witness

... Nesouaquoit, a Fox Chief

Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community logo.jpg

Chief Black Hawk (Wikimedia Commons)

Final resting place of Ta Oyate Dute (Chief Little Crow) leader of the Dakota

Native American:Photography, Carte de Visite - A studio portrait of Little Crow.

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