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Howling Wolf, Southern Cheyenne Warrior, incarcerated in the old Spanish Fort, St. Augustine, Florida as a prisoner of war by the United States Government. Photo: ca. 1875. - Part of the Lawrence T. Jones III Texas photography collection.

Howling Wolf, Southern Cheyenne Warrior, incarcerated in the old Spanish Fort, St. Augustine, Florida as a prisoner of war by the United States Government. - Part of the Lawrence T.

Cheyenne Indian Council at Pierre - South Dakota 1908. Standing from left to right: Major Bentley-Little Shield-Lone Eagle-Iron Lightning-Fish Gut-Charging First-G.H. Jaynes - seated: Brown Thunder-C.H. Engelsby-Governor Vessey-Colonel Frost-Yellow Owl-Interpreter Giles Tapetonwan/Tapeola - in front: Afraid of Enemy-Pust On His Shoes and White Bull

Cheyenne Indian Council at Pierre - South Dakota 1908. Standing from left to right: Major Bentley-Little Shield-Lone Eagle-Iron Lightning-Fish Gut-Charging First-G.H. Jaynes - seated: Brown Thunder-C.H. Engelsby-Governor Vessey-Colonel Frost-Yellow Owl-Interpreter Giles Tapetonwan/Tapeola - in front: Afraid of Enemy-Pust On His Shoes and White Bull

Two Moons- Northern Cheyenne Chief 1910, pic. Taken by Edward Curtis.

Two Moons, Northern Cheyenne war chief, by Edward S. Curtis, "Two Moons was one of the Cheyenne chiefs at the battle of Little Bighorn in when Custer's command was annihilated by a force of Sioux and Cheyenne." (Edward S.

Ve'ho'evo'hame, or Chief American Horse - northern Cheyenne

Ve'ho'evo'hame, or Chief American Horse - northern Cheyenne → lΛnϲϵ lϕnϵϣϕlϝ

Spotted Fawn, Pretty Nose - Northern Cheyenne – 1878

Spotted Fawn and Pretty Nose, Cheyenne. A age difference of 14 years. Pretty Nose was a woman War Chief who participated in the Battle of the Little Big Horn.

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