He was no Sitting Bull, but instead more like the Taliban warriors of today.
By early 1881, Sitting Bull was the chief of only a small band of mostly older and sick people.
After a period of confinement, Sitting Bull was assigned to the Standing Rock reservation in South Dakota in 1883.
Here is Dorothy's Kansas, but also the flatland of Sitting Bull, Bonnie and Clyde, and In Cold Blood.
Without meat, Sitting Bull gave up his dream of independence and asked the Canadian government for rations.
He was really the mainstay of Sitting Bull's effective last stand.
We feel the zeal of a Sitting Bull when we think of their scalps.
Sitting Bull with a dozen unarmed warriors presently emerged from the hostile lines and walked slowly forward in single file.
Sitting Bull, who commanded the Indians, was a Sioux chief and was born about 1837.
Sitting Bull's interpreter, Bruey, rode back to ask why the troops were following him?
A Native American leader of the Sioux tribe in the late nineteenth century. He was a chief and medicine man when the Sioux took up arms against settlers in the northern Great Plains and against United States army troops. He was present at the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876, when the Sioux decisively defeated the cavalry led by Colonel George Custer. (See Custer's last stand.)