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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... agency SittingBear and Long Bull have written Gen. Miles that they propose io com with their followeis and be good Indians. Washington So telegrams from Gen Miles were received at the war department..."
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Date:Day Month 1891
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... Col. Schaefer, first infantry. in command of the troops at the agency. SittingBear and Long Bull have written Oen. Miles that they propose to come with their followers and be good Indians. All..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... agent to succeed Agent Royer, arrived at noon today. SittingBear and Long Bull have written Gen. Miles that they propose to come in with their followers and oe good Indians. Red Cloud says thei are 100..."
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Date:Day Month 1891
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... he fell to the ground riddled with bullets. A« , he fell he was singing his death song, He gave one last defiant warwhoop, then died. Satank (Set-angya—SittingBear), who was both a chief and medicine..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... des letzten Winters gelitten, „Sitting-Bear's" Leute schlachteten lS7Pferde und 1000 Hunde, nm nicht zu verhungern. Die von der Re- gicruug dedungcncuLeisiungen wurde vou den Agenten gestohlen..."
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Date:Day Month 1875
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... and pleasure combined In tho womens ehibit from South Dakota will boa life sizo statue of a Sioux Indian maiden Tho subject was Minne haha tho eighteen year old daughter of SittingBear who was prominent in tho..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... is marrying man and so the ladies got out of the way. 1 here may be ladies, however desinous of emulating the course of the Uown east school-teacher who became Mrs. Sitting-Bear, and to such as those..."
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Date:Day Month 1875
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"..., who is held by her to bo tne most innuenti&i among tne nos tiles. General Miles reeeived a note in Indian. couched in terms of angelic sweetness and innocence. It came from SittingBear and Short Bull..."
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Date:Day Month 1891
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... to their misernble home?. I know of one «':-; Hattie SittingBear, who brought come a -"■ wlr.K mnchine. r-ictures nnd some pretty clothe*. The littl- rnrrer of til wm »hat Fhe could clalrn wan «om ftx-'i 'i^ dalntUy..."
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Date:Day Month 1904
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"..., of the First infantry, in command of the troops at the agency. SittingBear and Long Bull have written to General Miles that they propose to come in with their followers and be good Indians. THE HOSTILES..."
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Date:Day Month 1891
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... Reported to Be Fighting Among Themselves— An Innocent Note From Short Bull and SittingBear. Special to The Morning Call Tine Ridge (S. Dak.), Jan. 9.— No one 1 can tell what the cover of darkness may impel..."
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Date:Day Month 1891
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"..., under charge of Assistant Secretary of the Interior Cowcn and Commissioner Brnnot, will arrive at Chicago about the 'A>th Inst., on tbelr way to Washington. SittingBear and Unkopapa, rhiefi who have been..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"..., in 1867, we entered into a long treaty with sthe warlike Commanches. That treaty was signed on our part, by Generals Harney, Augur, Terry and others, and on the part of the Indians by SittingBear, Black..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... al.: the many that joinad the polic*e. scota and the United States armv: the prompt spirit in which Joe Boush. SittingBear. Two Lance and others shot down the ruarderers of the co--boy. and now..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... and effective service of Youug-Mau-Afroid-of-Ilis-llorse. "Agknt Biiow.v. "Washington, Feb. s.— This ofiice approves the promotion of First Sergeant Jos Bush for second lieutenant, Sen-cant John SittingBear..."
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Date:Day Month 1893
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