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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... wound in the head. t Ax affray among the Indiaus at the Roso bud agency, growingout of the return to the reservation of CrowDog.thesla-erof Spotted Tail, resulted in the killing of" Chief WhiteThunder..."
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Date:Day Month 1884
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... of great Indian celebrations or pow-wows that belonged to ono of the more advanced pupils, who has been at Carlisle, called Rosie WhiteThunder, a Sioux girl, who arrived at the school sonic four years ago..."
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Date:Day Month 1887
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... Wild Animals, and including the season s newest novelty, a quarter of a million dollar reproduction of the Battleships of our Navy. The Grand Musical Ballet - 500 Chief WhiteThunder's Band of Indians..."
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Date:Day Month 1907
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... in consultation this afternoon considering tlio lcnioval of tho Poncts and Llttlo Chiefs band to tho Territory given them by Itcd Cloud and WhiteThunder It is designed to movo Llttlo Chief a c vi as pmctictiblo..."
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Date:Day Month 1881
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:".... sed Ma t Pa. the older j you git. the moar yure stories tit j mixed up. Nice (iogo. d Ma. tel! us sum moar yarn. sed Ma. Cum on. WhiteThunder, sed Ma. rumbel for vure wife littel trusting child..."
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Date:Day Month 1918
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... dollar reproduction of the lU.tleships of our Navy. ;' ;'.?- Tlietirani Musical Ballet, 600 men, women and children in the cast. - C'Hif WhiteThunder's Hand of Indians, iu bucks, Sijua ws and papoooes..."
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Date:Day Month 1906
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... Cyr and Whlto Breast Omaha agency Henry Fontencll E Bc Ifomba and Two Crows Pine Rldgo agency Bed Cloud Captain Sword and Rose Bud agiyicy WhiteThunder Milk and Cook Crow Creek agency Whlto Ohost Wlic..."
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Date:Day Month 1881
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... Woman WhiteThunder, at one crack, became possessed of $400 worth of certificates. - Hoot, monl What do yon think Paul Owl Eagle, the wise old bird, now owns five $100 certificates. Henry Quick Bear saw..."
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Date:Day Month 1920
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... White Ghost and Ruffalo Ghost made speeches in the same strain as White j Thunder. Paymaster General op the Navy.?Paymaster General George f. Cutter, u.s. navji, chief of the ^bureau of provisions..."
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Date:Day Month 1881
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... Tbi was the view taken by the Supreme Court In themurdet of Spotted Tail by Crow Dog and afterwards in the o is In which young Kpotttd Tall killed WhiteThunder Tin decision of th court in tbesj two..."
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Date:Day Month 1886
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"...* to WhiteThunder. i Red ( loud spoke with animation and apparent earnestness. His voice was -4rong, and his style and manner were impressive. Little < hief said he s|K?ke only for his ows j relatives. After..."
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Date:Day Month 1881
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"...=-Balf King, WhiteThunder and JeOhbake-were engaged and accompaid the party as guides and hunters when the journey was resumed. At Venango, though politely rewlved by the French oficer inchar of the fart, Capt..."
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Date:Day Month 1892
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... cooled down and came WhiteThunder, TIk handsomest American Indian. out with liim the following day. Not one picture did we make. That night I stayed in the tepee of the medicine m m of the tribe. With my..."
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Date:Day Month 1903
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... deepseated expectation of the President's recovery. . ■ - . __. A VERY PRACTICAL SUGGESTION. WhiteThunder, an Indian chief, has just made a suggestion to the Indian Bureau which is so practical and sensible..."
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Date:Day Month 1881
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"...-of-The-Star. Black crow, Blue Eagle Iron 5?(2ul Sml!^'Jolm ?ro8s, WhiteThunder Ell Abraham and others, and as they sat In the smoking room of the depot, with their trunks all labeled with the names of their coBDer..."
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Date:Day Month 1880
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"..., White Buffalo, "Whirlwind Soldier, and WhiteThunder. They were beaded by the Rev. John Kastman, a well-educated full-blood Sioux from Sissethon. S. D. The Indians are from the Pine R(dgo and Rosebud..."
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Date:Day Month 1912
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:".... Both Black Crow and Crow Dog are confined at Fort Niobrara, and will be tried for murder under the laws of the Territory. Agent C'ook lias appointed WhiteThunder as temporary Chief to succeed Spotted..."
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Date:Day Month 1881
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... same land to please bo kind enough to let its first grantees havo somo of tho laud on which to build houses The Sioux were lofty in their generosity Said WhiteThunder in their behalf when asked for how..."
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Date:Day Month 1881
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