This was the first time in years that the warrior had had a chance to wear his war-bonnet in battle.
One snatches off the war-bonnet, another the collar of bears' claws.
The figure shows a man wearing a war-bonnet (-tah-i) and with a wound in his breast.
This means a war-bonnet for my son-in-law—a story for coming generations!
He wore the war-bonnet of the Sioux, and at his shoulder was a rifle, pointed at someone in the bottom below him.
Among the warriors it had long been understood that he who takes Hootay's scalp may wear a war-bonnet.
He was shot from his horse and his war-bonnet was captured by a Ute warrior.
The addition of an ermine skin to the war-bonnet is an honor that few warriors earned in the old days.
Elk came forward again, and Red Dog's war-bonnet wagged first to right and then to left.
The warrior is represented by a rude figure of a man wearing a war-bonnet, or carrying 164 a coup-staff.