A situation had arisen at Red Cloud Agency to kill the Officers. American Horse: "You are brave today because you are many, but what about tomorrow? With railroads on all sides. The soldiers will come from everywhere. You have little food or ammunition. It will be your people's end. Stop, I say, stop now!" Jack Red Cloud stuck a revolver in his face. "It is men like you, who have reduced our race to slavery and starvation!" The uprising ceased. American Horse saved more than the day.
Flies Above, Chief of the Cut-off Band of Sioux. about 1880s. Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College: Purchased through the Mrs. Harvey P. Hood W'18 Fund
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Profile portrait of Kills-First, Sioux, wearing traditional regalia and holding two arrows in right hand . Took part in Buffalo Bill's Wild West.
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Nephew of the Sioux chief "American Horse", who was involved in the fight at Little Big Horn and who was killed in 1876. He then took the name of his un... Chief AMERICAN HORSE