Nispipe, Also Identified As Ta-Chun-Da-Hupa (Little Crow's Nephew), Prisoner At Fort Snelling. Little Crow (Dakota: Thaóyate Dúta; Ca. 1810 – July 3, 1863) Was A Chief Of The Mdewakanton Dakota People. His Given Name Translates As "His Red Nation," (Thaóyate Dúta) But He Was Known As Little Crow Because Of His Grandfather's Name, Čhetáŋ Wakhúwa Máni, (Literally, "Hawk That Chases/Hunts Walking") Which Was Mistranslated.

Nis Pipe, Ta-chun-da-hupa (Little Crow's nephew), prisoner at Fort Snelling

Nispipe (aka Ta-chun-da-hupa) and an unidentified man as prisoners at Fort Snelling, Minnesota - Mdewakanton - 1863  {Note: Nispipe (aka Ta-chun-da-hupa) was the nephew of Little Crow II.}

Nispipe (aka Ta-chun-da-hupa) and an unidentified man as prisoners at Fort Snelling, Minnesota - Mdewakanton - 1863 {Note: Nispipe (aka Ta-chun-da-hupa) was the nephew of Little Crow II.

Sioux woman, CAN-KU WAS-TE WIN (Good Road Woman), wearing dress and necklaces. - Albumen print; Carte-de-visite. William Blackmore Coll. Album 9. Photo no date. Original Sepia.

Full: Front Photograph, studio portrait of a Sioux female, CAN-KU WAS-TE WIN (Good Road Woman), wearing dress and necklaces. Carte de visite © The Trustees of the British Museum

Old Photos - Mdewakanton | www.American-Tribes.com - this old Indian was called Medicine bottle - how cool

Indian called "Medicine Bottle" -- Executed at Fort Snelling in 1865 for participating in the massacre of

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