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									                                                  LBH Warriors
                 Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                Remarks                               Reference
                      As      Tribe   Death
A Crow Cut       Crow Split Northern Nov 25, Little Warrior Chief of the             Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 211;
His Nose         His Nose   Cheyenne 1876    Elkhorn Scrapers Warriors               Powell, People of the Sacred
                                             Society                                 Mountain, p 1005; Greene, Lakota
                                                                                     and Cheyenne, p 116
Afraid of                     Hunkpapa              Sub Chief & fought alongside Graham, Custer Myth, p 48 & 56
Eagles                        Lakota                Kill Eagle
Afraid of    Fools Bear       Minnikojou                                             Personal ref: Bob Raymond, Brule
Nothing Bear                  Lakota                                                 Lakota, Billings MT
All See Him  John             Northern              A brave man in the Battle,       Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 326
             Bighead Man      Cheyenne              according to Wooden Leg
American     Iron Shield or   Oglala       Sept 9, Lakota Chief - Died of wounds Vestal, Sitting Bull, p 184-187;
Horse        Iron Plume       Lakota       1876     at Battle of Slim Buttes         Johansen, Native American
                                                                                     Biography, p 9
American                      Oglala        1908    Chief - Son of Sitting Bear -    Greene, Lakota and Cheyenne, p
Horse                         Lakota                Fought Reno and Custer's         48-50; Johansen, Native
                                                    troops                           American Biography, p 9-10
American                      Northern     July     In valley & Medicine Tail fights Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
Horse                         Cheyenne     1911                                      the Custer Fight, p 25; Powell,
                                                                                     Sweet Medicine, p 113; Aadland,
                                                                                     Women and Warriors, p 106-107
American Man John Conroy Oglala            1951     1 of 12 Lakota sharpshooters Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p
             or Little   Lakota                     who prevented soldiers going 26; Viola, Little Bighorn
             White Man                              for water - At LBHB Semi-        Remembered, p 117; Personal
                                                    Centennial 1926                  ref: Deb Cordier, Oglala, Pine
                                                                                     Ridge SD
Antelope                      Lakota                Gave an interesting account Abrams, Newspaper Chronicle of
                                                    of the Battle in March 1925,     the Indian Wars, Vol. 15, p 195
                                                    while in Washington DC
Appearing                     Hunkpapa              In Rosebud Fight - May have Vestal, Sitting Bull, p 153
Bear                          Lakota                been at the Battle
Appearing Elk                 Lakota       1902     Charging the last cluster of     Thompson, Winners of the West,
                                                    soldiers, he was slightly        p 164; Eastman, Indian Heroes
                                                    wounded & his pony shot from and Great Chieftains, p 149-150
                                                    under him
Arapaho Chief                 Northern              Camped with his family on the Liberty, A Northern Cheyenne
                              Cheyenne              north side of the river when     Album, p 226; Buecker, Crazy
                                                    Custer’s men attacked            Horse Surrender Ledger, p 106
Around the                    Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Quiver                        Lakota                – May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 160
Arrapahoe                     Cheyenne              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                                                    - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 165
Ass Hole                      Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Lakota                - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 163
At the End                    Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Lakota                - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 161; Hardorff, Indian
                                                                                     Views of the Custer Fight, p 40
Bad Arm                       Lakota                Fought at LBH and was            Clark, Mari Sandoz’s Native
                                                    present at Wounded Knee          Nebraska, p 7
Bad Bear                      Hunkpapa              Fought Custer’s soldiers with Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                              Lakota                Turning Hawk (Circling Hawk) Custer Fight, p 145
Bad Hand                      Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Lakota                - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 159
Bad Heart Bull                Oglala        Aug 28, One of 3 Lakota to meet          Blish, A Pictographic History of
                                                LBH Warriors
               Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                             Remarks                                 Reference
                   As        Tribe  Death
                          Lakota   1913    Reno's advance in the valley          the Oglala Sioux, p 217; Dickson,
                                           – Born 1840                           “Big Road Roster’, CBHMA
                                                                                 Symposium 2007, p 53
Bad Horse                    Northern            Attended 50th Anniversary at Greene, Lakota and Cheyenne, p
                             Cheyenne            the battlefield                 76
Bad Horse                    Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                             Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 164
Bad Lake                     Lakota              In village during Rosebud       Greene, Lakota and Cheyenne, p
                                                 Fight - May have been at the 17
                                                 Battle
Bad Light Hair Bad Yellow    Oglala     June 25, Killed fighting Custer's column Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
               Hair          Lakota     1876                                     121; Vestal, Warpath, p 203;
                                                                                 Hardorff, Hokahey, p 134-136
Bad                          Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Minneconjues                 Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 162
Bad Partisan                 Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                             Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 159
Bad Soup       Bad Juice     Hunkpapa            Had been at Fort Lincoln at     Stewart, Custer's Luck, p 188;
                             Lakota              one time & recognized Custer Vestal, Warpath, p 203
Bad Sucker                   Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                             Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 164
Bad Warrior    Ezekial Bad   Sans Arc May 29, Born Jan 1, 1856 - Living at       Craige, letter to Shoemaker;
               Warrior       Lakota     1931     Cheyenne River Agency 1926 Personal ref: Dewey Bad Warrior,
                                                                                 Lakota, Eagle Butte SD; Buecker,
                                                                                 Crazy Horse Surrender Ledger, p
                                                                                 161
Bald Eagle                   Northern            Helped bring in the horses      Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 218
                             Cheyenne            before going into the Battle
Bear Bird                    Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                             Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 157
Bear Chasing                 Lakota              Living at Cheyenne River        Craige, letter to Shoemaker
                                                 Agency 1926
Bear Chum                    Northern            1967 interview, Daughter said Reno, Reno and Apsaalooka, p
                             Cheyenne            he was in the Battle            301;Wright, “Last Link With Last
                                                                                 Stand”, Billings Gazette, (Sept 20,
                                                                                 1969)
Bear Comes                   Hunkpapa            In Rosebud Fight - May have Vestal, Sitting Bull, p 153
Out                          Lakota              been at the Battle
Bear Ears                    Hunkpapa            Fought alongside Kill Eagle     Graham, Custer Myth, p 48;
                             Lakota                                              Evans, Custer’s Last Fight, p 482
Bear Ghost                   Hunkpapa            Said Isaiah Dorman was shot Hardorff, Battle Casualties ll, p
                             Lakota              in the breast                   124-125
Bear Horse                   Oglala              At LBHB Semi-Centennial         Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 26;
                             Lakota              1926                            Spear, Bozeman Trail, p 88
Bear Jaw                     Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                             Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 160
Bear King                    Lakota              Fought alongside Kill Eagle     Graham, Custer Myth, p 48
Bear Lice                    Minnikojou          Counted Coup in the Custer Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                             Lakota              column fight                    116; Vestal, Warpath, p 197;
                                                                                 Miller, Custer's Fall, p 143
Bear Lying                   Oglala              Indicates some wild firing by Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
Down                         Lakota              Custer's column                 87
                                               LBH Warriors
               Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                             Remarks                                    Reference
                   As        Tribe  Death
Bear Ribs                 Hunkpapa 1892    In Elk Head’s lodge the night            Miller, Custer’s Fall, p 222;
                          Lakota           of June 24 with Elk Head,                Bordeaux, Custer’s Conqueror, p
                                           Crazy Horse, and others                  53; Sprague, Standing Rock
                                                                                    Sioux, p 21
Bear Shield                 Hunkpapa             Took a lively part in the Battle   Paulson, Who’s Who Among the
                            Lakota               – Accompanied Sitting Bull         Sioux, p 17; Vestal, Sitting Bull, p
                                                 during their exile in Canada       153
Bear Soldier                Hunkpapa             Defended the pony herds -          Vestal, New Sources of Indian
                            Lakota               Living at Standing Rock            History, p 180; Vestal, Sitting Bull,
                                                 Agency 1929                        p 153; Miller, Indians Who Fought
                                                                                    Custer
Bear Star                   Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota               - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 157
Bear Stops                  Lakota               Warrior                            Jensen, Voices of the American
Looks Back                                                                          West, p 241
Bear Tail                   Northern             He and a Lakota killed a man       Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
                            Cheyenne             who almost got away                the Custer Fight, p 137; Hardorff,
                                                                                    Battle Casualties ll, p 148
Bear Thunder,              Lakota                Living at Cheyenne River           Craige, letter to Shoemaker
Henry                                            Agency 1926
Bear Walks    Ridge Walker Northern 1941         Little Warrior Chief of the Kit    Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 212;
On A Ridge    or Bear That Cheyenne              Fox Warrior Society – Born         Powell, People of the Sacred
              Walks                              1834                               Mountain, p 1005; Liberty, notes
                                                                                    from John Stands In Timber, p
                                                                                    322
Bear With                   Minnikojou June 25, Killed along Custer Ridge           Vestal, Sitting Bull, p 180
Horns                       Lakota     1876
Bear With                   Hunkpapa            Body guard to Sitting Bull - In     Vestal, New Sources of Indian
White Paw                   Lakota              Rosebud Fight - May have            History, p 183; Vestal, Sitting Bull,
                                                been at the Battle                  p 153
Beard          Iron Hail or Minnikojou Nov 3, Last Indian survivor of Little        Michno, Lakota Noon, p 73, 157 &
               Dewey Beard Lakota      1955     Big Horn battle                     313
Beard          Mustache     Northern            With Two Feathers, on foot,         Viola, Little Bighorn
                            Cheyenne            running & shooting – After the      Remembered, p 44
                                                Battle he scavenged the battle
                                                site & gathered some pictured
                                                paper (money)
Bear's Cap                  Hunkpapa            Fought Custer's column              McLaughlin, My Friend the Indian,
                            Lakota                                                  p 39; Diedrich, Sitting Bull
                                                                                    Speeches, p 75
Beaver Claws                Northern             Little Chief of Crazy Dog          Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 212;
                            Cheyenne             Warrior Society                    Powell, People of the Sacred
                                                                                    Mountain, p 1005
Beaver Heart                Northern             Fought in the Rosebud and          Marquis, Cheyennes of Montana,
                            Cheyenne             Little Big Horn Battles - At       p 254 & 263; Liberty, A Northern
                                                 LBHB Semi-Centennial 1926          Cheyenne Album, p 7 & 272;
                                                                                    Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 26
Belly                       Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota               - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 160
Belly Full                  Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota               - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 162
Belly Inside                Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota               - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 158
                                               LBH Warriors
                 Also Known Band and Date of
       Name                                                Remarks                           Reference
                     As        Tribe   Death
Belt                        Hunkpapa           Fought with Black Moon in the     Miller, Custer’s Fall, p 264; Miller,
                            Lakota             Battle                            Indians Who Fought Custer
Big Ankles                  Minnikojou         Sharpshooter on                   Evans, Custer’s Last Fight,        p
                            Lakota             Sharpshooter's Ridge              477 & 490
Big Beaver                  Northern           Captured a gun from a dead        Marquis, Cheyennes of Montana,
                            Cheyenne           soldier in Keogh sector - At      p 134; Ostrander, Semi-
                                               LBHB Semi-Centennial 1926         Centennial, p 26
Big Belly Mule               Oglala            Surrendered with Crazy Horse      Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                             Lakota            - May have been at the Battle     Ledger, p 158
Big Bend                     Oglala            Surrendered with Crazy Horse      Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                             Lakota            - May have been at the Battle     Ledger, p 163
Big Crow                     Northern Jan 8,   Seen by Sgt Curtis at the box     Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 211 &
                             Cheyenne 1877     of hardtack – Member              250; Greene, Yellowstone
                                               Crooked Lance Society –           Command, p 168-173
                                               Killed in Wolf Mountains fight
Big Design                   Oglala   June 25, Killed in valley fight            Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                             Lakota   1876                                       142; Blish, Pictographic History of
                                                                                 the Oglala Sioux, p 215
Big Eater                    Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                             Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 157
Big Elk                      Oglala              Said Custer shot himself in     Maine, Lone Eagle, p 135-136
                             Lakota              the head
Big Foot                     Northern            Fought with Wolf Tooth's        Stands In Timber & Liberty,
                             Cheyenne            Band                            Cheyenne Memories, p 197;
                                                                                 Michno, Lakota Noon, p 136
Big Lodge                    Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Chimney                      Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 158
Big Man                      Oglala              Lakota Chief - A leader in the Graham, Custer Myth, p 54
                             Lakota              Custer fight
Big Nose                     Northern            Camp guard.- At LBHB Semi- Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 257;
                             Cheyenne            Centennial 1926                 Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 26
Big Nose                     Lakota              Shot Custer in the water,       Stewart, Custer's Luck, p 444
                                                 according to the story of a
                                                 Crow scout
Big Owl                      Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                             Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 164
Big Road         Wide Road   Oglala     1897     Led Oglala Warriors against McLaughlin, My Friend the Indian,
                             Lakota              Crook at the Rosebud Battle p 40; Paulson, Who’s Who
                                                 & Custer at the LBH Battle – Among the Sioux, p 20; Dickson,
                                                 Born 1834                       “Big Road Roster”, CBHMA
                                                                                 Symposium 2007, p 47
Big Wolf                     Northern            In Rosebud Fight - May have Powell, Sweet Medicine, p 101-
                             Cheyenne            been at the Battle              102
Bighead, Kate Antelope       Northern            Her account furnishes the       Marquis, Custer on the LBH, p 35-
              Woman          Cheyenne            basis for the flow of action on 43
                                                 Custer’s field
Bites                        Cheyenne            Visited the battlefield with    Frost, “The Treat on Reno Hill”,
                                                 Major Reynolds & told him of LBHA Newsletter, (June 1976), p
                                                 his participation               3
Black Bear                   Oglala     1939     Reluctant to admit being in     Michno, Lakota Noon, p 28, 32 &
                             Lakota              Battle - Saw Custer's column 41; Hardorff, Lakota
                                                 at the divide, returned to warn Recollections, p 26; Miller, Indians
                                                 the village - Posed for a photo Who Fought Custer; Burdick,
                                              LBH Warriors
                Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                   Remarks                             Reference
                    As       Tribe  Death
                                                at Fort Yates July 30, 1930        Tales From Buffalo Land, p 149
                                                with 2 other Battle participants
Black Bird                  Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota              - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 158; Sprague, Pine
                                                – 1899 photo Omaha Indian          Ridge Reservation, p 59; Green,
                                                Congress – 1902 Buffalo Bill’s     A Warrior I Have Been, p 43;
                                                Wild West postcard - His War       Fitzgerald, Indian Spirit, p 68-69
                                                Shirt, in photos, auctioned in
                                                2011 for $2,658,500
Black Body                  Lakota              Living at Cheyenne River           Craige, letter to Shoemaker
                                                Agency 1926
Black Bull                  Brule    1897       Wounded in the leg during the      Papandrea, They Never
                            Lakota              Battle                             Surrendered, p 7, 9 & 14
Black Cloud                 Northern            Dog Soldier – Defended the         Personal ref: Douglas War Eagle,
                            Cheyenne            lodges east of the main            Lakota, Dupree SD
                                                Warriors’ camp at LBH
Black Coyote                Northern June       Husband of Buffalo Calf Road     Marquis, Custer on the LBH, p 42;
                            Cheyenne 1879       Woman                            Marquis, Cheyennes of Montana,
                                                                                 p 67; Stands In Timber & Liberty,
                                                                                 Cheyenne Memories, p 241
Black Crane                 Northern            At Semi-Centennial 1926 –        Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 26;
                            Cheyenne            Also spelled Crain & in Semi Upton, Battle of the LBH &
                                                Centennial as Black Grain        Custer’s Last Fight, p 114, 124,
                                                                                 187, 193 & 213
Black Deer                  Lakota              In Rosebud Fight - May have Hinman, Oglala Sources, p 35
                                                been at the Battle
Black Eagle                 Northern            Old Man Cheyenne Chief           Powell, People of the Sacred
                            Cheyenne                                             Mountain, p 1003
Black Eagle                 Sans Arc            A Sans Arc tribal leader at the Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                            Lakota              Little Bighorn                   151
Black Elk                   Oglala     1889     Father of Black Elk – Woke up DeMallie, Sixth Grandfather, p
                            Lakota              his son, Black Elk, at daylight 102, 180 & 259
                                                June 25 and told him to take
                                                the horses out to graze
Black Elk       Nicholas    Oglala     Aug 17, In Reno fight & took 2 scalps - Neihardt, Black Elk Speaks, p
                Black Elk   Lakota     1950     Son of Black Elk – Born 1863 109, 114 & 129; Johansen, Native
                                                                                 American Biography, p 35-37;
                                                                                 Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 26;
                                                                                 Spear, Bozeman Trail, p 88
Black Eye Lid               Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 157
Black Fox                   Oglala     June 25, Died at Little Bighorn           McCreight, Firewater and Forked
                            Lakota     1876                                      Tongues, p 4; Maine, Lone Eagle,
                                                                                 p 132
Black Fox                   Oglala              Father of Black Fox              Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                            Lakota                                               49
Black Hawk                  Northern            Left with White Bull (Ice) after Powell, People of the Sacred
                            Cheyenne            the Battle & traveled with       Mountain, p 1046
                                                Crazy Horse
Black Hills                 Northern            Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Cheyenne            - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 156
Black Horn                  Oglala              Age 15, captured 2 cavalry       Miller, Indians Who Fought Custer
                            Lakota              horses in the Battle
                                                LBH Warriors
              Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                   Remarks                         Reference
                   As         Tribe    Death
Black Horse                Northern            One of 3 seen by Sgt Curtis at Miller, Custer's Fall, p 74; Stands
                           Cheyenne            the box of hardtack - Member In Timber & Liberty, Cheyenne
                                               Little Wolf's band             Memories, p 209; Marquis,
                                                                              Wooden Leg, p 250
Black Knife                Northern            Little Chief of the Crazy Dog Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 212;
                           Cheyenne            Warrior Society                Powell, People of the Sacred
                                                                              Mountain, p 1005
Black Man                  Cheyenne            Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                                               - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 165
Black         Limber       Northern   1892     Father of White Bull -         Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
Moccasin      Lance        Cheyenne            Regarded as a principal Chief the Custer Fight, p 37; Powell,
                                               of the Cheyenne                People of the Sacred Mountain, p
                                                                              1004 & 1419; Marquis, Wooden
                                                                              Leg, p 211
Black Moon    Old Black    Hunkpapa 1888       Father of Young Black Moon - Graham, Custer Myth, p 74;
              Moon         Lakota              Surrendered at Standing Rock Hardorff, Hokahey, p 42; Utley,
                                               1881                           Lance and Shield, p 252
Black Moon    Young Black Hunkpapa June 25, War Leader of the Fox             Graham, Custer Myth, p 46;
              Moon/ Flying Lakota     1876     Warrior Society - Killed       Hardorff, Hokahey, p 42 & 134-
              Charge                           fighting on Reno Hill          135; Schoenberger, End of
                                                                              Custer, p 101
Black Moon    Loves War    Minnikojou March 1, One of the head Chiefs at the Dickson, “Black Moon: Minnikojou
                           Lakota     1893     Battle, according to scout     Leader”, LBHA Newsletter, (Dec
                                               John Bruguier                  2006); Papendrea, They Never
                                                                              Surrendered, p 6-7, & 19-20
Black Prairie              Lakota              Living at Standing Rock        Vestal, New Sources of Indian
Dog                                            Agency 1929                    History, p 180
Black Ree                  Northern            Attended 1908 gathering at     Powell, People of the Sacred
                           Cheyenne            LBH with other Cheyennes of Mountain, p 1079-1086
                                               the Battle
Black Shield               Northern                                           ____, Lilly Camp, p 92
                           Cheyenne
Black Shield               Minnikojou          Lakota Headman                 Howard, Warrior Who Killed
                           Lakota                                             Custer, p 31; ____, Lilly Camp, p
                                                                              348
Black Stone   Black        Northern            At LBHB Semi-Centennial        Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
              Whetstone    Cheyenne            1926                           the Custer Fight, p 50; Ostrander,
                                                                              Semi-Centennial, p 26; Spear,
                                                                              Bozeman Trail, p 87
Black Tongue               Lakota              Living at Cheyenne River       Craige, letter to Shoemaker
                                               Agency 1926
Black         Black White Minnikojou June 27, Wounded & died at Little        Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
Wasichu       Man          Lakota     1876     Bighorn – Some sources say 123; Neihardt, Black Elk Speaks,
                                               Oglala                         p 130 & 133-134
Black White                Northern            Saw Custer's camp on June Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
Man                        Cheyenne            24                             the Custer Fight, p 144
Black Wolf                 Northern            Took up for late arriving      Grinnell, Fighting Cheyennes, p
                           Cheyenne            Arapahoes as friends, told the 347
                                               Lakota not to act hastily
Blind Water                Lakota              In 1926 photo of 12 veterans Hardorff, Hokahey, p 92
                                               of the Battle
Bloody Knife               Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 163
                                                  LBH Warriors
                Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                              Remarks                                     Reference
                    As        Tribe Death
Blue Cloud                 Oglala           With Black Bear's party and               Hammer, Custer in '76, p 203;
                           Lakota           watched Custer at the divide              Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                                                                                      Custer Fight, p 51
Blue Cloud                   Hunkpapa              Fought alongside Kill Eagle        Graham, Custer Myth, p 48;
                             Lakota                                                   Evans, Custer’s Last Fight, p 482
Blue Coat                    Sans Arc              Chief                              Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                             Lakota                                                   151; Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                                                                                      Custer Fight, p 152
Blue Horse                   Oglala                Age 15, fought with Crazy          Miller, Indians Who Fought
                             Lakota                Horse in the Battle                Custer; Buecker, Crazy Horse
                                                                                      Surrender Ledger, p 161
Blue Shield                  Lakota                A sub-chief in the Custer          “Blue Shield”, Ithaca Daily News,
                                                   massacre                           Ithaca NY, (June 1, 1905),
                                                                                      picture/caption
Bluff                        Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                             Lakota                - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 163
Blunt Horn                   Oglala        1918    Noted Lakota historian - Died      Viola, Little Bighorn
                             Lakota                during the great influenza         Remembered, p 81; Price, Oglala
                                                   epidemic of 1918                   People, p xi
Bob Tail Hawk                Lakota                1 of 17 Chiefs with Capt Howe      Graham, Custer Myth, p 74-75
                                                   Aug 18, 1881 at Ft Yates who
                                                   said they were in the Battle
Bobtail Bear                 Assiniboine           Visiting relatives, fought under   Miller, Indians Who Fought Custer
                                                   Scabby Head in the Battle
Bobtail Bull                 Hunkpapa              Said Sgt. Butler made every        Vestal, New Sources of Indian
                             Lakota                shot count, he wore 3 stripes -    History, p 180; Hardorff, Battle
                                                   Living at Standing Rock            Casualties ll, p 50; Paulson,
                                                   Agency 1929                        Who’s Who Among the Sioux, p
                                                                                      27-28
Bobtail Horse                Northern              In fight at Medicine Tail Ford -   Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 98 &
                             Cheyenne              Member Elkhorn Society. At         229-230; Ostrander, Semi-
                                                   LBHB Semi-Centennial 1926          Centennial, p 26; Spear,
                                                                                      Bozeman Trail, p 87
Box Elder       Dog Stands   Northern 1892         Prophet who warned of              Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                On A Ridge   Cheyenne              Custer's coming                    135; Powell, People of the
                                                                                      Sacred Mountain, p 1419
Braided Locks Wrapped        Northern 1936         Wore war bonnet in the Battle      Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 244;
              Braids or      Cheyenne              – Born 1840                        Spear, Bozeman Trail, p 87;
              Brady                                                                   Powell, Sweet Medicine, p 366
Brave                        Sans Arc              Living at Cheyenne River           Craige, letter to Shoemaker;
                             Lakota                Agency 1926                        Vestal, Warpath, p 71
Brave Bear                   Southern Dec 29,      Honorary distinction as            Stewart, Custer's Luck, p 487;
                             Cheyenne 1932         Warrior who killed Custer          Marquis, Custer on the LBH, p 23
Brave Bird                   Brule                 Told about his participation in    Miller, Custer’s Fall, p 250
                             Lakota                the Battle in a 1941 interview
Brave Crow                   Hunkpapa              Counted Coup in the Custer Vestal, Warpath, p 197; Miller,
                             Lakota                fight                           Custer's Fall, p 143; Vestal,
                                                                                   Sitting Bull, p 209
Brave Hawk                   Lakota                Fought alongside Kill Eagle     Graham, Custer Myth, p 48
Brave Heart                  Oglala        1934    Went to Canada after the        Papandrea, They Never
                                                                                st
                             Lakota                Battle, was recognized as 1     Surrendered, p 38 & Appendix A
                                                   Chief when Wood Mountain
                                                   reserve was created
                                                 LBH Warriors
                Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                     Remarks                          Reference
                    As        Tribe  Death
Brave Wolf                 Oglala                  Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota                  - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 170
Brave Wolf                 Northern 1910           Fought against Reno then        Grinnell, Fighting Cheyennes, p
                           Cheyenne                fought soldiers at Medicine     352; Hardorff, Cheyenne
                                                   Tail Ford                       Memories of the Custer Fight, p
                                                                                   34
Breech Cloth                Minnikojou June 25, Killed fighting on Reno Hill       Hardorff, Hokahey, p 86, 97 & 142
                            Lakota     1876
Brings Plenty               Hunkpapa            Killed a soldier with a war club Neihardt, Black Elk Speaks, p
                            Lakota                                               127; Miller, Custer's Fall, p 137;
                                                                                 Blish, Pictographic History of the
                                                                                 Oglala Sioux, p 192
Brings The    Wieaku        Brule               An Indian named Lights told ____, Lilly Camp, p 530
Woman                       Lakota              Walter Camp he was in the
                                                Battle
Broken Jaw                  Northern            Little Warrior Chief of Elkhorn Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 211;
                            Cheyenne            Scrapers Warrior Society         Powell, People of the Sacred
                                                                                 Mountain, p 1005
Broken Knee                                     Received a double break in       Behymer, letter to Brininstool
                                                his leg from clubbed muskets
Brown Back Brown Pants Hunkpapa                 Discovered Custer at the         Miller, Custer's Fall, p 88;
                            Lakota              Divide & returned to village to Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                                                give the alarm – Some            58 & 109; Evans, Custer’s Last
                                                sources say Sans Arc             Fight, p 482
Brown Bird                  Northern            Sold a war club to Marquis       Personal ref: Margot Liberty,
                            Cheyenne                                             Author/Historian, Sheridan WY
Brown Eagle                 Hunkpapa            Gave alarm to the camp that Greene, Lakota and Cheyenne, p
                            Lakota              soldiers were coming             43
Brown Eyes                  Lakota              Warrior                          Jensen, Voices of the American
                                                                                 West, p 241
Brown Wolf    Phillip Brown Minnikojou Jan 11, Living at Cheyenne River          Craige, letter to Shoemaker;
              Wolf          Lakota     1941     Agency 1926                      Personal ref: Bruce Brown Wolf,
                                                                                 Lakota, Eagle Butte SD
Buffalo Bear                Northern            Newspaper article stated he “Cheyenne Indian Leader Dead”,
                            Cheyenne            was in the Battle                news clipping dateline Pasadena
                                                                                 CA, no date
Buffalo Bull                Minnikojou          Minor War Chief                  Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                            Lakota                                               38
Buffalo Calf  Calf          Northern            One of first 10 to fire on       Grinnell, Fighting Cheyennes, p
                            Cheyenne            Custer's column - Living 1926 350; Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 229
Buffalo Calf                Hunkpapa            Medicine Man                     Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 211
Pipe                        Lakota
Buffalo Calf  Brave         Northern   1879     Fought alongside of husband, Marquis, Cheyennes of Montana,
Road Woman Woman            Cheyenne            Black Coyote                     p 67; Marquis, Custer on the LBH,
                                                                                 p 42; Marquis, Wooden Leg, p
                                                                                 330
Buffalo Horse               Brule               Followed soldiers for 2 days Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                            Lakota              before the Battle, then cut      178
                                                across to the Greasy Grass to
                                                join Sitting Bull
Bull                        Lakota              Fought alongside Kill Eagle      Graham, Custer Myth, p 48
Bull Bear                   Southern            Chief of Dog Soldiers - In both Liddic, I Buried Custer, p 197-198
                            Cheyenne            Reno and Custer fights
                                                   LBH Warriors
                Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                  Remarks                               Reference
                    As        Tribe    Death
Bull Dog                   Lakota             1 of 17 Chiefs with Capt Howe         Graham, Custer Myth, p 74-75;
                                              Aug 18, 1881 at Ft Yates who          Johnson, Life of Sitting Bull, p 417
                                              said they were in the Battle
Bull Eagle                 Minnikojou Dec 16, Killed in attempt to surrender        Vestal, New Sources of Indian
                           Lakota     1876    to Miles - May have been              History, p 182; Greene,
                                              present at the Battle                 Yellowstone Command, p 150-
                                                                                    151
Bull Head                      Hunkpapa     Dec 18, Fought with Sitting Bull at     Michno, Lakota Noon, p 305;
                               Lakota       1890    LBH                             Utley, Lance and Shield, p 306
Bull Head                      Southern             Removed a compass from          Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                               Cheyenne             Custer's pocket                 Custer Fight, p 99
Bull Hump       Hump           Northern             Said Two Moons was Chief        Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
                               Cheyenne             Warrior of the Cheyennes due the Custer Fight, p 84
                                                    to the absence of other Chiefs
Bull Man                       Oglala               Visited the battlefield with    Frost, “The Treat on Reno Hill”,
                               Lakota               Major Reynolds & told him of LBHA Newsletter, (June 1976), p
                                                    his participation               3; Buecker, Crazy Horse
                                                                                    Surrender Ledger, p 163
Bull Thigh      John Bull      Northern             Living at Lame Deer 1921        Taylor, With Custer on the LBH, p
                Thigh          Cheyenne                                             188
Bull                           Northern             Fought troops of Fetterman, Powell, Sweet Medicine, p XIV &
Wallowing                      Cheyenne             Crook, and Custer before he XIX
                                                    died an agency policeman
Bullet Proof                   Northern     1879    Took White Shield's war shirt Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
                               Cheyenne             to wear in the fight            the Custer Fight, p 50; Powell,
                                                                                    People of the Sacred Mountain, p
                                                                                    1161 & 1423
Bull’s Ghost                   Lakota               1 of 17 Chiefs with Capt Howe Graham, Custer Myth, p 74-75
                                                    Aug 18, 1881 at Ft Yates who
                                                    said they were in the Battle
Bulls Keep      Martin Bulls   Oglala               Living at Lame Deer 1921        Taylor, With Custer on the LBH, p
                Keep           Lakota                                               188
Burst Thunder                  Lakota               Told some Lakota that a dead DeMallie, Sixth Grandfather, p
                                                    Ree (Arikara) should be         186
                                                    scalped, it turned out to be
                                                    Lame White Man
Bursting Sun                   Cheyenne             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                                                    - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 156
Butt Horn                      Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                               Lakota               - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 163
Calling Elk                    Northern             In Rosebud Fight - May have Powell, Sweet Medicine, p 105
                               Cheyenne             been at the Battle
Charcoal Bear Coal Bear        Northern             Medicine Man                    Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 205 &
                               Cheyenne                                             215
Charging                       Minnikojou           Shot a soldier clad in buckskin Michno, Lakota Noon, p 276
Hawk                           Lakota
Charging                       Oglala                Fought the rear guard action   Paulson, Who’s Who Among the
Shield                         Lakota                following the Battle           Sioux, p 41-42
Charging                       Hunkpapa              His Indian Band called Meat    Hardorff, Indian Views of the
Thunder                        Lakota                Necklace                       Custer Fight, p 147-148
Charlie-Owns-                                        Warrior                        Collins & England, The 101
The-Dog                                                                             Ranch, p 168
Chase In The                   Oglala                Brother of Black Wasichu       DeMallie, Sixth Grandfather, p
                                                 LBH Warriors
                Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                   Remarks                           Reference
                    As        Tribe    Death
Morning                    Lakota                                                 194
Chased By                  Two Kettle June 25, Killed in valley fight             Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
Owls                       Lakota     1876                                        110; Maine, Lone Eagle, p 132;
                                                                                  Vestal, Warpath, p 204
Chasing Eagle                 Hunkpapa            In Rosebud Fight - May have Vestal, Sitting Bull, p 153
                              Lakota              been at the Battle
Chatka                        Hunkpapa June       His body was found in           Libby, The Arikara Narrative, p
                              Lakota     1876     abandoned tepee in valley - 109
                                                  Had been a scout at Fort
                                                  Lincoln
Chief Buffalo                 Cheyenne            Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                                                  - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 156
Chief Man                     Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 163
Circling Bear                 Hunkpapa            1 of 17 Chiefs with Capt Howe Graham, Custer Myth, p 74-75;
                              Lakota              Aug 18, 1881 at Ft Yates who Paulson, Who’s Who Among the
                                                  said they were in the Battle – Sioux, p 43
                                                  Close friend & bodyguard of
                                                  Sitting Bull 1860-1887
Circling Hawk   Turning       Hunkpapa            Said he killed 2 Indian Scouts Vestal, New Sources of Indian
                Hawk          Lakota                                              History, p 180; Hardorff, Indian
                                                                                  Views of the Custer Fight, p 143-
                                                                                  146
Circling Hawk                 Oglala              Fought Reno’s column            Paulson, Who’s Who Among the
                              Lakota                                              Sioux, p 44
Closed Hand     Black Bear or Northern   June 25, Suicide Warrior – Killed near Stands In Timber & Liberty,
                Fist          Cheyenne 1876       last stand hill                 Cheyenne Memories, p 204;
                                                                                  Powell, Sweet Medicine, p 212
Cloud Man                     Sans Arc June 25, Killed fighting Custer's column Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                              Lakota     1876                                     121; Vestal, Warpath, p 203
Clown                         Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 159
Club Man        War Club      Oglala     Early    Said 5 soldiers broke from the Hardorff, Surrender and Death of
                              Lakota     1880s    hill & were killed - Played a   Crazy Horse, p 120; Hardorff,
                                                  prominent part in Custer’s      Battle Casualties ll, p 63;
                                                  defeat - With Phil Sheridan     Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                                                  during the 1877 battlefield     Ledger, p 162; Dickson, “War
                                                  visit                           Club was relative of Crazy Horse”,
                                                                                  LBHA Newsletter, (April 2008);
                                                                                  Dickson, “Big Road Roster”,
                                                                                  CBHMA Symposium 2007, p 51
Coffee                        Northern   1876     Killed by his own rifle, while  Powell, Sweet Medicine, p 126
                              Cheyenne            dismounting, a few days after
                                                  the Battle
Combing                       Minnikojou 1932     Living at Cheyenne River        Craige, letter to Shoemaker;
                              Lakota              Agency 1926                     Personal ref: Douglas War Eagle,
                                                                                  Lakota, Dupree SD
Comes Again                   Oglala              Entered the Battle in the final Bailey, Journey of Visions, p 105
                              Lakota              stages - Living at Pine Ridge & 113: Sprague, Pine Ridge
                                                  Reservation 1948                Reservation, p 33
Comes Flying                  Minnikojou          A Minnikojou chief              Howard, The Warrior Who Killed
                              Lakota                                              Custer, p 31-32
Comes From                    Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
War                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 158
                                                LBH Warriors
               Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                              Remarks                                   Reference
                    As         Tribe Death
Comes In                    Northern       Made a brave run at "C"                  Grinnell, Fighting Cheyennes, p
Sight                       Cheyenne       Company - Living in                      351
                                           Oklahoma at the age of 66
Comes The                   Oglala         Surrendered with Crazy Horse             Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Day                         Lakota         - May have been at the Battle            Ledger, p 159
Contrary                    Oglala         Surrendered with Crazy Horse             Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota         - May have been at the Battle            Ledger, p 164
Contrary Belly Buffalo Bull Northern       In the charge which                      Grinnell, Fighting Cheyennes, p
               Wallowing    Cheyenne       stampeded some horses in                 351; Hardorff, Cheyenne
                                           Custer's column                          Memories of the Custer Fight, p
                                                                                    52
Corn           Charlie Corn Oglala    1939       Said 27 Indians were killed in     Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 25;
                            Lakota               the Battle – Fought to save        Hardorff, Hokahey, p 127; Craige,
                                                 women & Children - At LBHB         letter to Shoemaker; Hardorff,
                                                 Semi-Centennial 1926               Indian Views of the Custer Fight,
                                                                                    p 93-95
Cotton Man     Cottonwood Yanktonia              Fought Custer's troops and         Heski, The Little Shadow Catcher,
                          Nakota                 took one of their carbines         p 44; Sprague, Standing Rock
                                                                                    Sioux, p 23
Crawler                    Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota                - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 164
Crawler        Slohan      Hunkpapa              Father of Moving Robe              Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                           Lakota                Woman(Mary Crawler)                91
Crayfish                   Sans Arc              Also spelled Crawfish –            Bray, Crazy Horse: A Lakota Life,
                           Lakota                Fearless young Warrior, about      p 364 & 466
                                                 15 years old at the Battle
Crazy Bear                 Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota                - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 158
Crazy Bull                 Brule                 Visiting relatives, fought under   Miller, Custer’s Fall, p 264; Miller,
                           Lakota                Scabby Head in the Battle          Indians Who Fought Custer
Crazy Hawk                 Lakota                Living at Standing Rock            Vestal, New Sources of Indian
                                                 Agency 1929                        History, p 180
Crazy Head                 Northern              3rd ranking Cheyenne in the        Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 211 &
                           Cheyenne              Battle – Wore a war bonnet in      244; Powell, People of the Sacred
                                                 the Battle                         Mountain, p 1004
Crazy Head                 Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota                - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 159
Crazy Heart                Minnikojou 1882       A Shirt Wearer - Son of Chief      Lamedeer, Lame Deer, p 20;
                           Lakota                Lame Deer                          Vestal, Warpath, p 270
Crazy Heart                Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota                - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, 157
Crazy Horse                Minnikojou Sept 5,    2003: Douglas War Eagle            Michno, Lakota Noon, p 245;
                           Lakota     1877       family says "not Oglala"           Vestal, Warpath, p 270
Crazy Mule                 Northern              Little Chief of the Crazy Dog      Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 212;
                           Cheyenne              Warrior Society - Not same         Powell, People of the Sacred
                                                 Crazy Mule in the Fetterman        Mountain, p 1005
                                                 fight
Crazy                      Lakota                1 of 17 Chiefs with Capt Howe      Bear Nose, “Shout At”,
Thunder                                          Aug 18, 1881 at Ft Yates who       Westerners Brand Book, (March
                                                 said they were in the Battle       1962) p 7; Graham, Custer Myth,
                                                                                    p 74-75
Crooked Nose               Northern              Chased, along with some            Stands In Timber & Liberty,
                           Cheyenne              Lakota, a war bonnet Indian        Cheyenne Memories, p 194;
                                               LBH Warriors
              Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                   Remarks                            Reference
                  As       Tribe  Death
                                                belonging with the soldiers        Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 223
Cross Bear                 Lakota               Living at Standing Rock            Vestal, New Sources of Indian
                                                Agency 1929                        History, p 180
Cross Prick                Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota               - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 162
Crossways                  Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota               - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 158
Crow                       Hunkpapa             Said to have given the first       Swanson, Custer: His Life and
                           Lakota               war cry at the Battle              Times, p 222; Utley, Lance and
                                                                                   Shield, p 176
Crow Bear                  Lakota               Said Battle lasted as long as it   Taylor, With Custer on the LBH, p
                                                takes to walk a mile               186
Crow Boy                   Sans Arc             Fought Custer's column             Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                           Lakota                                                  116; Vestal, Warpath, p 199
Crow Dog                   Brule        1910    Fought soldiers on Custer Hill     Maine, Lone Eagle, p 129-130;
                           Lakota               and caught 3 horses                Johansen, Native American
                                                                                   Biography, p 89-91
Crow King                  Hunkpapa 1884        Leader of 80 Warriors -            Graham, Custer Myth, p 78;
                           Lakota               Fought in valley, on Reno Hill     Marquis, Keep the Last Bullet for
                                                & Custer Ridge                     Yourself, p 167; Sandoz, Battle of
                                                                                   the LBH, p 80; Utley, Lance and
                                                                                   Shield, p 251
Crow Man                   Lakota           Visited the battlefield with           Frost, “The Treat on Reno Hill”,
                                            Major Reynolds & told him of           LBHA Newsletter, (June 1976), p
                                            his participation                      3
Crow                       Northern Nov 25, Little Chief of the Crazy Dog          Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 244;
Necklace                   Cheyenne 1876    Warrior Society - Wore war             Powell, People of the Sacred
                                            bonnet in the Battle                   Mountain, p 1005; Greene,
                                                                                   Morning Star Dawn, p 131, 244 &
                                                                                   247
Cut Belly     Open Belly Northern  June         Wounded in Battle of Little        Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
              or Owns Red Cheyenne 1876         Bighorn & died a few days          the Custer Fight, p 169; Powell,
              Horse                             later                              Sweet Medicine, p 112; Hardorff,
                                                                                   Hokahey, p 73 & 147
Dancing                    Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Arrow                      Lakota               - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 161
Deeds         One Hawk     Hunkpapa June 25,    Killed prior to Battle at Reno     Miller, Custer's Fall, p 3-5 & 88;
                           Lakota   1876        Creek - Died at Little Bighorn     Michno, Lakota Noon, p 27 & 47;
                                                – Some sources say Sans Arc        Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                                                                                   Custer Fight, p 138; Hardorff,
                                                                                   Lakota Recollections, p 58 & 93
Did Not Go    John Ghost   Minnikojou           Was sleeping in my tipi when       Craige, letter to Shoemaker;
Home          Dog          Lakota               Custer fired on our camp, the      Vestal, Warpath, p 196;
                                                fighting took place before         Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 25;
                                                noon & the regiment was            Upton, Battle of the Little Bighorn
                                                destroyed by noon - Counted        & Custer’s Last Battle; p 186;
                                                Coup in fight with Custer's        Ghost Dog speech sent to Indian
                                                column                             Affairs, April 18, 1940
Dirt Kettle                Oglala               With Black Bear’s party and        Powers, The Killing of Crazy
                           Lakota               watched Custer at the divide       Horse, p 515
Dives                      Northern             Nephew of White Shield             Michno, Lakota Noon, p 104
Backward                   Cheyenne
Dog                        Hunkpapa             Fought alongside Kill Eagle        Graham, Custer Myth, p 48;
                           Lakota                                                  Personal ref: Bob Raymond, Brule
                                              LBH Warriors
                Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                   Remarks                          Reference
                    As       Tribe  Death
                                                                                 Lakota, Billings MT
Dog Eagle                 Lakota                Warrior, gave information        Masters, Shadows Fall Across the
                                                about the Battle in 1936         Little Horn, p 30
Dog Ear                   Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse     Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                          Lakota                - May have been at the Battle    Ledger, p 160
Dog Friend      Dog       Northern              At LBHB Semi-Centennial          Marquis, Cheyennes of Montana,
                          Cheyenne              1926                             p 263; Ostrander, Semi-
                                                                                 Centennial, p 26
Dog Nothing               Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                          Lakota              - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 164
Dog With                  Minnikojou June 25, Killed in the valley fight         Vestal, Warpath, p 204; Miller,
Horns                     Lakota     1876                                        Custer's Fall, p 108; Maine, Lone
                                                                                 Eagle, p 132; Hardorff, Lakota
                                                                                 Recollections, p 109-110
Dog's Back                Minnikojou June 26, Killed in hilltop fight            Maine, Lone Eagle, p 132;
Bone                      Lakota     1876                                        Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                                                                                 123; Vestal, Warpath, p 203
Don't Amount              Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse     Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
To Anything               Lakota                - May have been at the Battle    Ledger, p 164
Don’t Get Out             Oglala                1 of 17 Chiefs with Capt Howe    Graham, Custer Myth, p 74-75;
Of The Way                Lakota                Aug 18, 1881 at Ft Yates who     Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                                                said they were in the Battle     Ledger, p 157
Don't Paint               Hunkpapa              Sub-Chief                        Hardorff, Indian Views of the
His Face                  Lakota                                                 Custer Fight, p 90
Drags The                 Oglala                With a group of Indians when     Miller, Custer's Fall, p 5-6
Rope                      Lakota                Deeds was killed
Dried Prick               Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse  Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                          Lakota                - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 163
Dry Lake                  Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse  Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                          Lakota                - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 157
Duck Belly                Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse  Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                          Lakota                - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 160
Eagle                     Cheyenne              Surrendered with Crazy Horse  Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                                                - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 156
Eagle Bear                Oglala       Dec      Age 16 in the Battle - At LBHB Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p
                          Lakota       1938     Semi-Centennial 1926          26; Viola, Little Bighorn
                                                                              Remembered, p 74-75; Hunt, I
                                                                              Fought With Custer, p 215-219;
                                                                              Hardorff, Hokahey, p 29
Eagle                     Minnikojou            At LBHB Semi-Centennial       Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 25;
Chasing, Ray              Lakota                1926                          Craige, letter to Shoemaker;
                                                                              Personal ref: Ron Eagle Chasing,
                                                                              Lakota, Eagle Butte SD
Eagle                     Oglala                Was a Scout for the Army      Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 25;
Chasing,                  Lakota                after the Battle – Buried at  Craige, letter to Shoemaker;
Joseph                                          Cherry Creek SD - At LBHB Personal ref: Ron Eagle Chasing,
                                                Semi Centennial 1926          Lakota, Eagle Butte SD
Eagle Elk                 Oglala       1851     Eagle Elk & 8 others charged Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                          Lakota                the west end of Calhoun ridge 98-105; Jensen, Voices of the
                                                – Mother, Pretty Feather      American West, p 358-359
                                                Woman, was Nakota
Eagle Man                 Lakota                Fought alongside Kill Eagle   Graham, Custer Myth, p 48
Eagle Nest                Southern              Visiting Lame White Man at    Miller, Custer’s Fall, p 264; Miller,
                                                 LBH Warriors
                 Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                       Remarks                           Reference
                     As        Tribe Death
                            Cheyenne               time of Battle                     Indians Who Fought Custer
Eagle Pipe                  Brule                  Custer Battle survivor living at   Dyck, Brule: Sioux People of the
                            Lakota                 Rosebud Agency in 1900             Rosebud, p 124-125
Eagle Tail                  Northern               He, with others, chased 3          Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 222-223
Feather                     Cheyenne               soldiers south along west
                                                   bank of river
Eagle                        Lakota                Living at Cheyenne River           Craige, letter to Shoemaker
Thunder                                            Agency 1926
Ear Ring Prick               Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse     Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                             Lakota                - May have been at the Battle    Ledger, p 163
Elk Bear                     Sans Arc     June 25, Killed fighting Custer's column  Vestal, Warpath, p 203; Hardorff,
                             Lakota       1876                                      Lakota Recollections, p 121;
                                                                                    Maine, Lone Eagle, p 37
Elk Head         Red Eagle   Sans Arc     Dec 14,    Born Dec 26, 1825 - Died at Miller, Custer's Fall, p 222;
                             Lakota       1914       Green Grass, Cheyenne River Bordeaux, Custer’s Conqueror, p
                                                     Reservation                    53; Personal ref: Dewey Bad
                                                                                    Warrior, Lakota, Eagle Butte SD
Elk Heart                    Hunkpapa                Slightly wounded in valley     Hardorff, Hokahey, p 39
                             Lakota                  fight
Elk Nation                   Hunkpapa                Fought Custer’s column &       Miller, Custer's Fall, p 136;
                             Lakota                  rescued wounded Little Bear - Neihardt, Black Elk Speaks, p 126
                                                     Living at Standing Rock
                                                     Agency 1929
Elk Stands       Elk Stand On Sans Arc    June 25,   Killed fighting on Reno Hill   Vestal, Warpath, p 201 & 204;
Above            Top or       Lakota      1876                                      Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                 Standing Elk                                                       103; Hardorff, Hokahey, p 49;
                                                                                    Blish, Pictographic History of the
                                                                                    Oglala Sioux, p 247
Enemy                        Oglala                  Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                             Lakota                  - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 160
Face Turner                  Oglala                  Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                             Lakota                  - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 160
Fast Bear                    Sans Arc                He and Spotted Eagle led the Miller, Custer's Fall, p 48
                             Lakota                  Sans Arc
Fast Bull                    Minnikojou              Leader of the Minnikojou.      Graham, Custer Myth, p 63;
                             Lakota                  along with Hump                Michno, Lakota Noon, p 29
Fast Eagle                   Oglala                  Claims he held Custer's arms Miller, Custer's Fall, p 210; Miller,
                             Lakota                  as Walking Blanket Woman       “Echoes of LBH”, American
                                                     (Moving Robe Woman)            Heritage, (June 1971), p 29
                                                     stabbed him in the back
Fast Horn                    Oglala                  Saw Custer at the Crows Nest Hammer, Custer in '76, p 206
                             Lakota                  and rode to warn village
Fast Thunder                 Oglala       March 4,   Oglala Chief who fought with Kadlecek, To Kill An Eagle, p 124
                             Lakota       1914       Crazy Horse                    & 130; Powers, The Killing of
                                                                                    Crazy Horse, p 459
Fast Walker                  Northern                Attended LBHB Semi-            Upton, Battle of the Little Bighorn
                             Cheyenne                Centennial 1926                & Custer’s Last Battle, p 64, 93 &
                                                                                    130
Fat Bear                     Lakota                  Ran 15 Miles to warn camp      Hardorff, Hokahey, p 22; Miller,
                                                                                    Custer's Fall, p 88
Fat Clown,                   Lakota                  Living at Cheyenne River       Craige, letter to Shoemaker
Paul                                                 Agency 1926
Fat On The       Fat Hide    Minnikojou Dec 16,      Killed in attempt to surrender Vestal, New Sources of Indian
                                                   LBH Warriors
                 Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                Remarks                                   Reference
                     As        Tribe  Death
Beef                        Lakota   1876    to Miles - May have been at          History, p 182; Greene,
                                             the Battle                           Yellowstone Command, p 150-
                                                                                  151
Fat Rump                      Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Lakota                - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 162
Fears Nothing Respects        Oglala                Indicated action on Custer         Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
              Nothing or      Lakota                field began with “C” Company       25-34; Vestal, New Sources of
              Fearless                              - Living at Standing Rock          Indian History, p 180
                                                    Agency 1929
Feather                       Minnikojou            Fought in valley fight - BrotherGraham, Custer Myth, p 98;
Earring                       Lakota                of Dog With Horns               Hardorff, Hokahey, p 42
Feather Moon                  Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Lakota                - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 159
Feathered        White Frog   Northern              In Rosebud Fight - May have     Grinnell, Fighting Cheyennes, p
Sun                           Cheyenne              been at the Battle              339; Liberty, notes from John
                                                                                    Stands In Timber, p 408 & 423
Feathers,                     Lakota                Was northeast of the river      Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
Frank                                               watching the ponies when he 54
                                                    received word of soldiers
                                                    coming
Fills The Pipe                Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Lakota                - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 158
Fills Up                      Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Lakota                - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 162
Fine Weather John Swan        Minnikojou Jan 10,    Living at Cheyenne River        Craige, letter to Shoemaker;
                              Lakota     1932       Agency 1926                     Personal ref: Bruce Brown Wolf,
                                                                                    Lakota, Eagle Butte SD
Fire Crow                     Cheyenne              Living at Fort Keogh 1878,      “Indian Chiefs in Battle on the
                                                    told D. J. O’Malley about the LBH”, Billings Times, (nd)
                                                    Battle
Fire Thunder                  Oglala       1937     Visited the battlefield with    Frost, “The Treat on Reno Hill”,
                              Lakota                Major Reynolds & told him of LBHA Newsletter, (June 1976), p
                                                    his participation               3; Kadlecek, To Kill An Eagle, p
                                                                                    100
First Eagle                   Lakota                Living at Cheyenne River        Craige, letter to Shoemaker
                                                    Agency 1926
Fish’s Body                   Lakota                Wounded in the Battle,          Lt Col F D Grant, report to R C
                                                    surrendered at Cheyenne         Dunn, Sept 5, 1876
                                                    River Agency
Flapping Horn                 Northern              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Cheyenne              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 156
Flat Hip                      Hunkpapa              Long afterwards, he was one Stewart, Custer's Luck, p 486
                              Lakota                of several who claimed to
                                                    have killed Custer
Flat Iron                     Northern              Said most of the soldiers were Stewart, Custer's Luck, p 434,
                              Cheyenne              killed with clubs               456 & 486
Flatiron                      Oglala                Great Orator, harangued the Collins & England, The 101
                              Lakota                Indians before they went into Ranch, p 168
                                                    the Custer fight
Fleece                        Northern              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Cheyenne              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 156
Flying By                     Oglala                An old man in the Custer fight, Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                              Lakota                exhorting the young men         87
                                                LBH Warriors
              Also Known Band and Date of
     Name                                             Remarks                              Reference
                  As        Tribe    Death
Flying By                Minnikojou 1885   Horse shot in valley fight, he       Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                         Lakota            secured another horse for            87; Michno, Lakota Noon, p 114 &
                                           Custer fight                         152; Vestal, Warpath, p 270
Flying Chaser            Brule             Headman                              Hammer, Custer in ’76, 206;
                         Lakota                                                 Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                                                                                38
Flying Hawk                   Oglala     Dec 24, With Crazy Horse in Battle - McCreight, Firewater and Forked
                              Lakota     1931    Son of Black Fox & Iron        Tongues, p 3-14; Hardorff, Lakota
                                                 Cedar Woman                    Recollections, p 49, 52 & 54
Fool Bull                     Brule              Medicine Man - Born 1844       Anderson, Sioux of the Rosebud,
                              Lakota                                            p 286; Hook, Warriors LBH, p 38
Foolish Elk                   Oglala             With Crazy Horse In the Battle Hammer, Custer in ’76, p 197-
                              Lakota             - Said Custer charged at       200; Hardorff, Lakota
                                                 Calhoun Hill & at Monument Recollections, p 69
Foolish Elk                   Brule              Wounded in the Rosebud         Bordeaux, Custer’s Conqueror, p
                              Lakota             Battle, watched LBH Battle     53, 57 & 58
                                                 from the doorway of his lodge
Foolish Heart                 Minnikojou 1882    Brother of Flying By           Michno, Lakota Noon, p 81;
                              Lakota                                            Hardorff, Camp, Custer and the
                                                                                LBH, p 91
Four Bears                    Lakota             In Elk Head’s lodge the night Miller, Custer’s Fall, p 222;
                                                 of June 24 with Elk Head,      Bordeaux, Custer’s Conqueror, p
                                                 Crazy Horse, and others        53
Four Bullets                  Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Lakota             - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 158
Four Crows                    Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Lakota             - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 163
Four Horns                    Hunkpapa 1887      Lakota Chief - Deeds           Miller, Custer's Fall, p 4 & 87;
                              Lakota             grandfather – Went to Canada Utley, Lance and Shield, p 252;
                                                 with Sitting Bull after the    Paulson, Who’s Who Among the
                                                 Battle                         Sioux, p 80
Four Horses                   Hunkpapa           Lakota Chief                   Personal ref: Bob Raymond, Brule
                              Lakota                                            Lakota, Billings MT
Frog                          Cheyenne           Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                                                 - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 156
Frog                          Minnikojou         Leader of a small kinship unit Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                              Lakota                                            39
Full Stomach                  Lakota             Living at Cheyenne River       Craige, letter to Shoemaker
                                                 Agency 1926
Gall                          Hunkpapa Dec 5, Warrior Chief - Born 1838 –       Fielder, Sioux Indian Leaders, p
                              Lakota     1894    Said he fought Reno and he 46 & 57-71; Michno, Lakota Noon,
                                                 fought Custer, then he fought p 306
                                                 Reno soldiers again
Gets Together                 Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Lakota             - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 158
Ghost Hide                    Northern           Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Cheyenne           - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 156
Gives Out                     Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Lakota             - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 160
Goes After                    Northern           Little Warrior Chief of the    Marques, Wooden Leg, p 211;
Other Buffalo                 Cheyenne           Elkhorn Scraper Warrior        Powell, People of the Sacred
                                                 Society                        Mountain, p1005
Good Bear       Pretty Bear   Hunkpapa           Leader of a small group of     Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                                            LBH Warriors
            Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                               Remarks                            Reference
                  As        Tribe    Death
                         Lakota            Indians - Father of Good Bear      Custer Fight, p 90
                                           Boy
Good Bear                Southern          In a teepee at the LBH which       Powell, People of the Sacred
                         Cheyenne          contained 6 men & 6 women          Mountain, p 1005-1006
Good Bear   Pretty Bear Hunkpapa           Wounded in valley fight,           Michno, Lakota Noon, p 70; Miller,
Boy         or Good Bear Lakota            rescued by One Bull                Custer's Fall, p 100
Good Boy                 Oglala            Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                         Lakota            - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 159
Good Dog                 Lakota            Living at Standing Rock            Vestal, New Sources of Indian
                                           Agency 1929                        History, p 180
Good Fox                 Minnikojou 1928   Fought in the Custer fight and     Lamedeer, Lame Deer, p 20
                         Lakota            survivor of Wounded Knee
Good Hand                                  Knew how to repair jammed          Sandoz, Crazy Horse, p 322
                                           guns thrown away by the
                                           soldiers
Good Horse               Lakota            Led his Warriors in Rosebud        Sprague, Standing Rock Sioux, p
                                           & Little Bighorn Battles           26
Good Lance               Oglala     1909   Born 1846 - Fled to Canada         Burgum, Zezula, p 164; Warren,
                         Lakota            after the Battle - Took part in    Buffalo Bill’s America, p 537;
                                           the Messiah craze & ghost          Cardozo, Chiefs & Warriors, p 34
                                           dance – Died at Garden City
                                           KS
Good Voiced              Hunkpapa          Said Gray Earth Track              Hardorff, Battle Casualties ll, p
Dog                      Lakota            (Sounds The Ground As He           181; Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                                           Walks) captured a sorrel with      Custer Fight, p 184
                                           white fetlocks, a blaze face…
Good Voiced              Hunkpapa          Witnessed movement of 30          Michno, Lakota Noon, p 149 &
Elk                      Lakota            men from Custer Hill at end of    260;Hardorff, Lakota
                                           fight                             Recollections, p 69 & 168
Good Weasel              Oglala            In Rosebud Fight - May have       Vaughn, With Crook at the
                         Lakota            at the Battle                     Rosebud, p 140; Hinman, Oglala
                                                                             Sources, p 35
Goose                      Northern           Dull Knife’s Son - In Rosebud Grinnell, Fighting Cheyennes, p
Feathers                   Cheyenne           Fight - May have been at the 341-342
                                              Battle
Gopher                    Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                          Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 161
Grandfather               Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                          Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 159
Grass Rope                Brule    1943       Age 15 & fought with Crow      Miller, Custer’s Fall, p 264; Miller,
                          Lakota              Dog in the Battle              Indians Who Fought Custer
Grasshopper   Isaac       Northern            Living at Lame Deer 1921 – Taylor, With Custer on the LBH, p
              Grasshopper Cheyenne            Told Marquis details of the    188; Marquis, Cheyennes of
                                              Battle                         Montana, p 42
Gray Bull                  Hunkpapa           In Rosebud Fight - May have Vestal, Sitting Bull, p 153
                           Lakota             been at the Battle
Gray Eagle                 Hunkpapa           Brother-In-Law of Sitting Bull Michno, Lakota Noon, p 27;
                           Lakota             – In Rosebud & LBH Battles Paulson, Who’s Who Among the
                                                                             Sioux p 88
Gray          Sunken Ass   Hunkpapa           Reported Sitting Bull's horse Michno, Lakota Noon, p 41
Whirlwind                  Lakota             wounded at start of valley
                                              fight
Greases His                Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                                                LBH Warriors
             Also Known Band and Date of
     Name                                             Remarks                            Reference
                  As       Tribe  Death
Arm                     Lakota            - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 163
Guts         Open Belly Sans Arc June 25, Killed in the fight with Custer’s Vestal, Warpath, p 203; Personal
             or Rectum  Lakota   1876     command                           ref: Ira Blue Coat, Sans Arc
                                                                            Lakota, Eagle Butte SD; Blish,
                                                                            Pictographic History of the Oglala
                                                                            Sioux, p 215
Hail Bear               Hunkpapa          In Rosebud Fight - May have Vestal, Sitting Bull, p 153
                        Lakota            been at the Battle
Hair                    Oglala            14 years old at time of Battle - Liddic, Vanishing Victory, p 103
                        Lakota            Said village extended on both
                                          sides of LBH
Hair Lip                Northern          Dog Soldier – Defended the Personal ref: Douglas War Eagle,
                        Cheyenne          lodges east of the main           Lakota, Dupree SD
                                          Warriors’ camp at LBH
Hairy                   Oglala            Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                        Lakota            - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 159
Hairy Chin              Hunkpapa July     Lakota Medicine Man               Robinson lll, A Good Year to Die,
                        Lakota   1889                                       p 153; Sprague Standing Rock
                                                                            Sioux, p 46
Hairy Hand              Northern          Defended the lodges east of Marquis, Cheyennes of Montana,
                        Cheyenne          the main Warriors’ camp at        p 134-135; Personal ref: Douglas
                                          LBH - Living at Lame Deer         War Eagle, Lakota, Dupree SD
                                          1921
Hanging Wolf            Northern          Crossed the river, fired at       Stands In Timber & Liberty,
                        Cheyenne          Custer's column as they           Cheyenne Memories, p 199 & 209
                                          approached Medicine Tail
                                          Ford
Hangs His               Oglala            Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Head                    Lakota            - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 161
Hard To Hit             Oglala            One of 3 Lakota to meet           Blish, A Pictographic History of
                        Lakota            Reno's advance in the valley the Oglala Sioux, p 217-218
Has Horns               Hunkpapa          Fought Custer's column            Miller, Custer's Fall, p 139;
                        Lakota                                              Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                                                                            77, 110 & 162
Hawk                    Cheyenne          Killed Custer according to        Swanson, Custer: His Life and
                                          Rain In The Face                  Times, p 220
Hawk Bear,              Lakota            Living at Cheyenne River          Craige, letter to Shoemaker
Moses                                     Agency 1926
Hawk Man                Sans Arc June 25, Lakota Chief - Killed in front of Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                        Lakota   1876     Reno skirmish line – Some         93-94; Vestal, Warpath, p 203
                                          sources say Hunkpapa
Hawk Soldier            Lakota            Wounded in the Rosebud            Vestal, Warpath, p 189
                                          Fight, saved by White Bull
                                          Minnikojou - May have been
                                          at the Battle
Hawk Stays              Hunkpapa          Counted Coup in fight with        Miller, Custer's Fall, p 148; Vestal,
Up                      Lakota            Custer                            Warpath, p 199
He Dog                  Oglala   1936     Warrior Chief - Fought at         Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                        Lakota            Medicine Tail Ford – Born         73-77; Hammer, Custer in '76, p
                                          1840                              205-208; Michno, Lakota Noon, p
                                                                            303; Dickson, “Big Road Roster”,
                                                                            CBHMA Symposium 2007, p 52
He Dog                  Northern          In Rosebud Fight - May have Marquis, Cheyennes of Montana,
                                                   LBH Warriors
                Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                        Remarks                           Reference
                      As      Tribe  Death
                           Cheyenne                   been at the Battle             p 254
Heap Bear                  Oglala                     Surrendered with Crazy Horse   Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Lays Down                  Lakota                     - May have been at the Battle  Ledger, p 157
High Bald                  Brule                      A follower of Crow Dog in the  Miller, Custer’s Fall, p 264; Miller,
Eagle                      Lakota                     Battle                         Indians Who Fought Custer
High Bear       Tall Bear  Sans Arc 1910              Sub Chief                      Hardorff, Surrender and Death of
                           Lakota                                                    Crazy Horse, p 104; ___, Lilly-
                                                                                     Camp, p 675
High Bear       Tall Bear or   Northern   July 7, Identified by Kill Eagle as        Gray, Centennial Campaign, p
                White          Cheyenne 1876       being in the Battle – Killed in 340-341; Greene, Lakota and
                Antelope                           the Sibley fight days after       Cheyenne, 73-79; Graham,
                                                   leaving the LBH Battle            Custer Myth, p 54; Powell, People
                                                                                     of the Sacred Mountain, p 1044-
                                                                                     1045
                                                                  th
High Bull                      Northern   Nov 25, Captured a 7 Cavalry roster Powell, People of the Sacred
                               Cheyenne 1876       book at the Battle and filled it Mountain, p 1062; Powell, “High
                                                   with drawings                     Bull’s Victory Roster”, Montana
                                                                                     Magazine of Western History,
                                                                                     (Winter 1975), p 14-21
High Eagle                     Oglala     1953     One of four survivors of the      Hardorff, Hokahey, p 120; Collins,
                                                                             th
                               Lakota              Battle to attend the 75           Proud Survivors: Voices LBH, p
                                                   Anniversary                       30; Sprague, Pine Ridge
                                                                                     Reservation, 30
High Eagle                     Sans Arc June 25, Lakota Chief - Died at Little       Sandoz, Battle of the LBH, p 87;
                               Lakota     1876     Bighorn                           Personal ref: Douglas War Eagle,
                                                                                     Lakota, Dupree SD
High Horse                     Oglala                                                Sprague, Pine Ridge Reservation,
                               Lakota                                                p 18
High Horse                     Minnikojou June 25, In valley fight - Killed in fight Hardorff, Hokahey, p 149; Miller,
                               Lakota     1876     with Custer's column              Custer's Fall, p 109-110 & 146
High Walking                   Northern            Son of One Horn                   Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 266
                               Cheyenne
Hind Bull                      Cheyenne            Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                                                   - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 156
His Fights                     Oglala              Warrior                           Johnson, Sioux: Warriors of the
                               Lakota                                                Plains, p 46-47
His Holy Pipe                  Hunkpapa            Wounded Isaiah Dorman             Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                               Lakota                                                Custer Fight, p 183 & 230
His Road                       Lakota              Custer Battle survivor living at Burdick, Last Battle of the Sioux
                                                   Fort Yates in the 1920’s          Nation, p 153
His White                      Lakota              Living at Standing Rock           Milligan, Dakota Twilight, p 170;
Horse                                              Agency 1935                       Burdick, Tragedy in the Great
                                                                                     Sioux Camp, picture/caption
Hoarse                         Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                               Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 157
Hole In Face                   Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                               Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 161
Hollow Horn                    Lakota              Relative of Hollow Horn Bear Abrams, Newspaper Chronicle of
                                                   – Gave an interesting account the Indian Wars, Vol. 15, p 195
                                                   of the Battle in March 1925,
                                                   while in Washington DC
Hollow Horn                    Brule      1913     Said soldiers kept together       Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
Bear                           Lakota              and would shift positions         177-186
                                                 LBH Warriors
             Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                     Remarks                            Reference
                 As        Tribe  Death
Hollow Horn             Brule                     Told about his participation in   Miller, Custer’s Fall, p 250
Eagle                   Lakota                    the Battle in a 1941 interview
Hollow Horns            Sans Arc Dec16,           Killed in attempt to surrender    Vestal, New Sources of Indian
                        Lakota   1876             to Miles - May have been at       History, p 182; Greene,
                                                  the Battle                        Yellowstone Command, p 150-
                                                                                    151
Hollow                       Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse      Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Sunflower                    Lakota               - May have been at the Battle     Ledger, p 158
Hollow Wood                  Northern             Surrendered to Nelson A.          Marquis, Cheyennes of Montana,
                             Cheyenne             Miles, served as Scout - At       p 29 & 263; Spear, Bozeman
                                                  LBHB Semi-Centennial 1926         Trail, p 67; Ostrander, Semi-
                                                                                    Centennial, p 26
Hollow Wood,                 Lakota               Wife of the Cheyenne Hollow       Marquis, Custer on the LBH,
Minnie                                            Wood - Entitled to wear a war     opposite page 36
                                                  bonnet by participating in
                                                  combat with men Warriors
Holy Bald       Black Twin   Oglala       1876    Holy Bull’s twin brother - His  Chapman, Promise, p 137 & 139;
Eagle                        Lakota               lodge was north of Sitting      Viola, Little Bighorn
                                                  Bull’s camp                     Remembered, p 66-73
Holy Bull       Holy Buffalo Oglala       1877    Holy Bald Eagle’s twin brother  Chapman, Promise, p 137-139;
                or White     Lakota               – His lodge was north of        Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                Twin                              Sitting Bull’s camp             Ledger, p 157; Viola, Little
                                                                                  Bighorn Remembered, p 66-73
Holy Cloud                   Yanktonia            Fought alongside Gray           Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                             Nakota               Whirlwind and Iron Bear         Custer Fight, p 132
Holy Face                    Hunkpapa             Said soldiers shot high over Hardorff, Indian Views of the
Bear                         Lakota               heads of Indians                Custer Fight, p 181
Horn Cloud                   Lakota               Camp Chief of the               Donahue, Drawing Battle Lines, p
                                                  Rosebud/upper & lower Brule 237
                                                  & Sans Arc at the Battle
Horned                       Lakota               In Elk Head’s lodge the night Miller, Custer’s Fall, p 222;
Antelope                                          of June 24 with Elk Head,       Bordeaux, Custer’s Conqueror, p
                                                  Crazy Horse, and others         53
Horned Horse                 Oglala               Chief, whose son White Eagle Hardorff, Hokahey, p 52; Hardorff,
                             Lakota               was killed at LBH               Indian Views of the Custer Fight,
                                                                                  p 39-42
Horse Bear                   Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                             Lakota               - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 162
Horse Road      Chicken      Northern             Father of Limber Hand           Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 257;
                Hawk         Cheyenne             (Limber Bones), suicide boy - Powell, Sweet Medicine, p 112
                                                  Warrior served as camp guard
Horse Runs                   Lakota               Wounded in the heel in the      Vaughn, With Crook on the
Ahead                                             Rosebud battle, was at the      Rosebud, p 67; Jensen, Voices of
                                                  Custer battle but did not fight the American West, p 316
Horseshoe                    Lakota               Living at Cheyenne River        Craige, letter to Shoemaker
                                                  Agency 1926
Howling Wolf                 Northern             Wore war bonnet in the Battle Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 214 &
                             Cheyenne                                             244; Grinnell, Fighting
                                                                                  Cheyennes, p 336
Hump            High Back    Minnikojou Nov       Chief - Fought Reno & Custer Graham, Custer Myth, p 78;
                Bone         Lakota     1908      – Shot in leg                   Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                                                                                  Custer Fight, p 57-59
Humped Little                Minnikojou           Said Inkpaduta's son got        Hardorff, Hokahey, p 29; Hardorff,
                                                  LBH Warriors
                 Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                               Remarks                                Reference
                      As       Tribe  Death
Crow                        Lakota           Custer's horse                        Battle Casualties ll, p 180
Hunts The        Owns Sword Oglala   Oct 17, Member of the Bad Face                Jensen, Voices of the American
Enemy            or Sword   Lakota   1910    Band                                  West, p 326; Sprague, Pine Ridge
                                                                                   Reservation, p 48; Hardorff,
                                                                                   Lakota Recollections, p 69
Inkpaduta        Scarlet Point Santee      1879    Leader of 15 lodges – Fishing Beck, Inkpaduta: Dakota Leader,
                 or Red Top Dakota                 with his 4 year old son, Little p 6, 135-136 & 140; Donovan, A
                                                   Ghost, when Reno attacked Terrible Glory, p 6 & 132-133
Iron Bear                     Yanktonia            Traveled with Thunder Bear Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                              Nakota               from Old Fort Peck to LBH       Custer Fight, p 88
Iron Bull                     Lakota               Agreed with the account of      Donahue, Drawing Battle Lines, p
                                                   the Battle given by Red Hawk 169-170
                                                   & others to Nickolas Ruleau
Iron Cedar                    Hunkpapa             Brought word to Warriors in     Michno, Lakota Noon, p 69
                              Lakota               valley fight of Custer's
                                                   advance
Iron Crow                     Oglala               Oglala war party leader         “Warriors Who Fought Custer
                              Lakota               (blotahunka) – Born 1828        Visited Custer in 1877”,
                                                                                   Westerners Brand Book, (Sept
                                                                                   1959); Price, Oglala People, p
                                                                                   158; Dickson, “Big Road Roster”,
                                                                                   CBHMA Symposium 2007, p 54
Iron Dog                      Hunkpapa             Said no strategy, no trap,      Wells, “LBH Notes: Stanley
                              Lakota               each group of Indians           Vestal’s Indian Insights”, CBHMA
                                                   approached Custer by nearest Greasy Grass, (May 1989), p 17;
                                                   route                           Vestal, Sitting Bull, p 92, 207 &
                                                                                   215
Iron Elk                      Hunkpapa             Bodyguard to Sitting Bull       Michno, Lakota Noon, p 39
                              Lakota
Iron Hawk                     Oglala               Wounded in the Custer fight,  Jensen, Voices of the American
                              Lakota               shot through the body         West, p 52, 314-318 & 398;
                                                                                 Hardorff, Surrender and Death of
                                                                                 Crazy Horse, 120
Iron Hawk                     Hunkpapa 1950        Age 14 at time of Battle -    DeMallie, Sixth Grandfather, p
                              Lakota               Killed a soldier with bow in  190-193; Bailey. Journey of
                                                   Custer fight – Oglala         Visions, p 112; Neihardt, Black
                                                   according to Standing Rock    Elk Speaks, p 121-129; Hardorff,
                                                   documents                     Surrender and Death of Crazy
                                                                                 Horse, p 120
Iron Horse                    Oglala               At LBHB Semi-Centennial       Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 26;
                              Lakota               1926                          Spear, Bozeman Trail, p 88
Iron Lightning                Minnikojou           Fought Custer's column        Miller, Custer's Fall, p 139; Vestal,
                              Lakota                                             Warpath, p 39 &195
Iron Magpie                   Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Lakota               - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 157
Iron People                   Lakota               Living at Cheyenne River      Craige, letter to Shoemaker
                                                   Agency 1926
Iron Shell                    Lakota               Visited the battlefield with  Frost, “The Treat on Reno Hill”,
                                                   Major Reynolds & told him of LBHA Newsletter, (June 1976), p
                                                   his participation             3
Iron Shirt                    Northern 1929        Little Chief in the Crazy Dog Powell, Sweet Medicine, p 117;
                              Cheyenne             Warrior Society               Marquis, Cheyennes of Montana,
                                                                                 p 219
Iron Star                     Minnikojou May 7,    Warrior Chief                 Lamedeer, Lame Deer, p 19;
                                                  LBH Warriors
                 Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                       Remarks                          Reference
                     As        Tribe  Death
                            Lakota   1877                                           Graham, Custer Myth, p 97;
                                                                                    Stewart, Custer's Luck, p 436
Iron Tail                      Oglala     May 28, A veteran of the Indian Wars      Johansen, Native American
                               Lakota     1916    including the LBH - Living at     Biography, p 179;Sprague, Pine
                                                  Pine Ridge Agency 1913            Ridge Reservation, p 49
Iron Thunder                   Minnikojou         Age thirty-three at time of       Graham, Custer Myth, p 79
                               Lakota             Battle - Fought Reno & Custer
Iron White                     Oglala     1930    Camped and surrendered with       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Man                            Lakota             Crazy Horse - May have            Ledger, p 162; Bray, Crazy Horse:
                                                  been at the Battle – Born         A Lakota Life, p 12, 263 & 273;
                                                  1859                              Dickson, “Big Road Roster”,
                                                                                    CBHMA Symposium 2007, p 55
Iron White                     Sans Arc             Camped next to White Bull,      Michno, Lakota Noon, p 25
Man                            Lakota               Minnikojou, at LBH
Iroquois                       Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Imitation                      Lakota               - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 158
Issues           John Issues   Northern             Captured a 1873 Springfield     Marquis, Cheyennes of Montana,
                               Cheyenne             rifle at the Battle             p 256
Jealous Bear                   Northern             Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                               Cheyenne             - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 156
Jumping Bull Little            Hunkpapa Dec 15,     Assiniboine captive & adopted   Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
             Assiniboine       Lakota   1890        by Sitting Bull                 120
Just Walks                     Northern             Surrendered to Nelson A.        Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 26
                               Cheyenne             Miles, served as scout - At
                                                    LBHB Semi-Centennial 1926
Kansu                          Hunkpapa             With One Bull and others,       Vestal, Sitting Bull, p 163
                               Lakota               charged as Reno fell back to
                                                    the timber
Kicking Bear                   Oglala      1904     Son of Black Fox & Iron     Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                               Lakota               Cedar Woman - With Crazy    84; Blish, Pictographic History of
                                                    Horse in Battle             the Oglala Sioux, p 217;
                                                                                Johansen, Native American
                                                                                Biography, p 198-199
Kill Eagle                     Blackfeet         Chief with 26 Lodges - Age 56 Graham, Custer Myth, p 46-56
                               Lakota            at time of Battle
Kills A                        Oglala            Killed 2 soldiers & captured 6 Miller, Custer’s Fall, p 265; Miller,
Hundred                        Lakota            horses                         Indians Who Fought Custer
Kills Alive                    Hunkpapa          Said 21 Indians were killed    Hardorff, Hokahey, p 144; Miller,
                               Lakota                                           Custer’s Fall, p 241 & 264
Kills At Night                 Oglala            Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                               Lakota            - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 163
Kills Enemy In                 Oglala            With Black Bear's party &      Hammer, Custer in '76, p 203;
Winter                         Lakota            watched Custer at the divide Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                                                                                Custer Fight, p 51
Kills Hawk                     Lakota            Living at Standing Rock        Vestal, New Sources of Indian
                                                 Agency 1929                    History, p 180
Kills Him        Killed        Sans Arc June 25, Killed in fight with Custer's  Vestal, Warpath, p 203; Hardorff,
                               Lakota    1876    column                         Lakota Recollections, p 121;
                                                                                Maine, Lone Eagle, p 132
Kills In The     Kills Night   Northern          One of the Indians who         Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
Night                          Cheyenne          chased soldier on Sorrel       the Custer Fight, p 56; Ostrander,
                                                 horse - At LBHB Semi-          Semi-Centennial, p 26; Spear,
                                                 Centennial 1926                Bozeman Trail, p 87
                                              LBH Warriors
               Also Known Band and Date of
     Name                                                 Remarks                           Reference
                   As        Tribe   Death
Kills Many                Northern              Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                          Cheyenne              - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 156
Kills Pretty              Hunkpapa              Fought with Crow King & Gall    Miller, Custer’s Fall, p 264; Miller,
Enemy                     Lakota                in the Battle                   Indians Who Fought Custer
Kills Standing            Minnikojou            Brother of Lazy White Bull      Michno, Lakota Noon, p 25
                          Lakota
Kills The                 Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Married                   Lakota                - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 160
Kingman                   Minnikojou            Son of Dog's Back Bone          Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                          Lakota                                                Custer Fight, p 141
Knife                     Oglala                With Black Bear’s party and Hammer, Custer in '76, p 203;
                          Lakota                watched Custer at the divide Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                                                                                Custer Fight, p 51
Knife Chief               Hunkpapa              Severely wounded in the         Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                          Lakota                valley fight, relations removed 48; Hardorff; Hokahey, 39;
                                                him on a travois – Camp Crier Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                                                of Sitting Bull’s Band          Custer Fight, p 146
Lame Deer                 Minnikojou   May 7, Chief & Leader in the Battle      Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 211;
                          Lakota       1877                                     Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                                                                                39; Hatch, Custer LBH
                                                                                Encyclopedia, p 100
Lame Red                  Minnikojou   Dec 16, Killed in attempt to surrender Vestal, New Sources of Indian
Skirt                     Lakota       1876     to Miles - May have been at History, p 182; Greene,
                                                the Battle                      Yellowstone Command, p 151
Lame Sioux                Northern              With Wooden Leg hunting,        Powell, People of the Sacred
                          Cheyenne              they spotted Crook on the       Mountain, p 952-953; Marquis,
                                                Rosebud - May have been at Wooden Leg, p 93
                                                the Battle
Lame White                Southern              Warrior in Crazy Dog Warrior Liddic, I Buried Custer, p 195
Bull                      Cheyenne              Society - Fought Custer's
                                                column
Lame White    Bearded Man Southern     June 25, Led charge on Custer Ridge - Stands In Timber & Liberty,
Man                       Cheyenne     1876     Killed in Custer fight          Cheyenne Memories, p 191 & 205
Last Bull                 Northern              Warrior Chief of the Kit Fox    Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 211;
                          Cheyenne              Warrior Society                 Marquis, Keep the Last Bullet for
                                                                                Yourself, p 157
Lays                      Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Laughing                  Lakota                - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 162
Lean Crow     Poor Crow   Lakota       1919     Followed Sitting Bull to        Papandrea, They Never
                                                Canada                          Surrendered, p 9, 43 & G; “Wood
                                                                                Mountain Biographies”,
                                                                                www.civilization.ca
Left Hand                 Arapahoe              Mistook a Lakota for a Crow & Graham, Custer Myth, p 109-110
                                                killed him                      & 120
Left Hand                 Northern              Little Warrior Chief of the     Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 211;
Shooter                   Cheyenne              Elkhorn Scraper Warrior         Powell, People of the Sacred
                                                Society                         Mountain, p 1005
Leggings                  Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                          Lakota                - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 162
Lightning                 Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Killer                    Lakota                - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 162
Lightning,                Northern              Told John Stands In Timber Stands In Timber & Liberty,
Frank                     Cheyenne              about the Battle – Born 1840? Cheyenne Memories, p 209;
                                               LBH Warriors
                  Also Known Band and Date of
     Name                                                  Remarks                           Reference
                      As       Tribe  Death
                                                                                 Liberty, notes from John Stands
                                                                                 In Timber, p 65
Lights            Runs After   Minnikojou    Fought under Spotted Elk            Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                  The Clouds   Lakota        against Reno & Custer – A           163-174
                                             comrade was shot in the
                                             valley fight
Likes To Fight             Oglala            Surrendered with Crazy Horse        Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota            - May have been at the Battle       Ledger, p 157
Limber Bones Flying By or Northern  June 25, Suicide Warrior - Killed            Stands In Timber & Liberty,
               Limber Hand Cheyenne 1876     fighting Custer's column            Cheyenne Memories, p 204;
                                                                                 Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 268-269
Limpy                          Northern         Surrendered to Nelson A.         Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p
                               Cheyenne         Miles, served as a Scout - At    26;Marquis, Cheyennes of
                                                LBHB Semi-Centennial 1926        Montana, p 254 & 263
Little Back                    Oglala           Surrendered with Crazy Horse     Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                               Lakota           - May have been at the Battle    Ledger, p 161
Little Bear                    Northern         Surrendered with Crazy Horse     Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                               Cheyenne         - May have been at the Battle    Ledger, p 156
Little Bear                    Hunkpapa         Wounded in the Battle &          Miller, Custer's Fall, p 135;
                               Lakota           rescued by Elk Nation            Neihardt, Black Elk Speaks, p 126
Little Big Man                 Oglala   1887    Participated in the Reno and     Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                               Lakota           Custer actions and made a        Ledger, p 162; Brizee-Brown, For
                                                drawing of the Battle            All to See, p 156-157; Powers,
                                                                                 The Killing of Crazy Horse, p 443
Little Bird                    Northern         Shot in thigh in valley fight    Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 238
                               Cheyenne
Little Boy                     Oglala           Surrendered with Crazy Horse     Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                               Lakota           - May have been at the Battle    Ledger, p 162
Little Buck Elk                Hunkpapa         Said Indians were "thick as      Stewart, Custer's Luck, p 422;
                               Lakota           bees" in fight                   Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                                                                                 Custer Fight, p 29-32
Little Buffalo                 Hunkpapa         Struck soldier with his bridle   Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                               Lakota           and took his horse               Custer Fight , p 145
Little Bull                    Oglala           Surrendered with Crazy Horse     Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                               Lakota           - May have been at the Battle    Ledger, p 162
Little Chief                   Northern 1906    Fishing in the LBH with White    Miller, Custer's Fall, p 77 & 263;
                               Cheyenne         Shield not far from Ash Creek    Grinnell, Fighting Cheyennes, p
                                                (Reno Creek)                     401
Little Coyote                  Northern          Leader of 45 Warriors in the    Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                               Cheyenne         Battle                           38
Little Creek                   Northern         Little Chief in Crazy Dog        Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 212;
                               Cheyenne         Warrior Society                  Powell, People of the Sacred
                                                                                 Mountain, p 1005
Little Crow                    Minnikojou       Caught Custer's horse -          Michno, Lakota Noon, p 254;
                               Lakota           Scalped Lame White Man by        Miller, Custer's Fall, p 152;
                                                mistake                          Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                                                                                 33
Little Dog                     Lakota           Living at Cheyenne River         Craige, letter to Shoemaker
                                                Agency 1926
Little Eagle                   Lakota           Fought alongside Kill Eagle      Graham, Custer Myth, p 48
Little Gun                     Northern         Living at Lame Deer 1921         Taylor, With Custer on the LBH, p
                               Cheyenne                                          188
Little Hawk                    Oglala   1898    In photo at Custer Battlefield   Hardorff, Hokahey, p 92; Sandoz,
                                               LBH Warriors
                Also Known Band and Date of
     Name                                                Remarks                          Reference
                    As        Tribe    Death
                           Lakota            of 12 veterans of the Battle – Crazy Horse, p 328; Buecker,
                                             Born 1835                       Ledger, p 162; Dickson, “Big
                                                                             Road Roster”, CBHMA
                                                                             Symposium 2007, p 55
Little Hawk                Northern          In valley fight & drank some Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 248;
                           Cheyenne          captured soldier whiskey -      Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
                                             Living 1908                     the Custer Fight, p 61-63
Little Horse               Northern          Little Warrior Chief in the Kit Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
                           Cheyenne          Fox Warrior Society & wore a the Custer Fight, p 58-59
                                             war bonnet in the Battle
Little Horse               Hunkpapa          Had 2 fingers shot off his left Hardorff, Hokahey, p 92;
                           Lakota            hand during the Battle          Sprague, Pine Ridge Reservation,
                                                                             p 42
Little Killer              Oglala     1939   Guest of honor at a Hot         “3 Indian Vets of Custer Massacre
                           Lakota            Springs SD celebration July to be Honored”, Chicago Daily
                                             14, 1936, as a veteran of the News, (July 14, 1936); Hinman,
                                             Custer massacre – Born 1848 Oglala Sources, p 42; Hardorff,
                                                                             Surrender and Death of Crazy
                                                                             Horse, p 120; Dickson, “Big Road
                                                                             Roster”, CBHMA Symposium
                                                                             2007, p 52
Little Knife               Hunkpapa          Said Reno’s retreating          Stewart, Custer's Luck, p 455;
                           Lakota            soldiers fired wildly and were Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                                             inaccurate                      53
Little Moon                Hunkpapa          At LBHB Semi-Centennial         Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 25;
                           Lakota            1926                            Vestal, New Sources of Indian
                                                                             History, p 180
Little Prick               Oglala            Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota            - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 161
Little Robe                Southern          Warrior in the Crazy Dog        Liddic, I Buried Custer, p 195
                           Cheyenne          Warrior Society - Fought
                                             Custer's column
Little Shield              Northern          Wore a war bonnet in the        Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 244
                           Cheyenne          Battle, later was a camp
                                             guard
Little Skunk               Minnikojou        Among the Warriors on Last Miller, Custer’s Fall, p 265; Miller,
                           Lakota            Stand Hill at the end of the    Indians Who Fought Custer
                                             Battle
Little Soldier,            Hunkpapa 1928     Born 1863 - Fought with         Herman, Memories of the Sioux;
Eugene                     Lakota            Arrows against Reno             Autry National Center; Donahue,
                                                                             Drawing Battle Lines, p 235
Little Sun                 Northern          Fought in valley - Chased 3     Stands In Timber & Liberty,
                           Cheyenne          soldiers along south bank of Cheyenne Memories, p 207;
                                             river - At LBHB Semi-           Spear, Bozeman Trail, p 87;
                                             Centennial 1926                 Stewart, Custer's Luck, p 375
Little Voice    Hona       Hunkpapa          Brother of Deeds                Hardorff, Indian views of the
                           Lakota                                            Custer Fight, p 138 & 182-183;
                                                                             Hardorff, Hokahey, p 20
Little Warrior             Oglala            Lived to age 80 – One of 6      Bailey, Journey of Visions, p 106;
                           Lakota            Warriors of the Battle who had Stewart, Custer's Luck, p 145fp;
                                             a reunion in the Black Hills    Hardorff, Hokahey, p 92; Abrams,
                                             Sept 2, 1948                    Newspaper Chronicle of the
                                                                             Indian Wars, Vol. 15, p 262
Little                     Northern   1931   Living at Lame Deer 1921        Taylor, With Custer on the LBH, p
                                                  LBH Warriors
               Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                      Remarks                          Reference
                   As       Tribe  Death
Whiteman                  Cheyenne                                                  188; Schwartz, The Last Contrary,
                                                                                    p 26
Little Wolf    Chief Little   Northern 1904         Trailed the soldiers to LBH     Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
               Wolf           Cheyenne              and arrived after 1st days      the Custer Fight, p 86; Graham,
                                                    fighting ended - Bestowed his   Custer Myth, p 26; Marquis,
                                                    name to his nephew              Wooden Leg, p 347 & 357
Little Wolf                   Hunkpapa              Fought with Crazy Horse         Paulson, Who’s Who Among the
                              Lakota                during the Battle               Sioux, p 132
Little Wound                  Hunkpapa              Slipped away from the Indian    Wengert, The Custer Dispatches;
                              Lakota                camp & surrendered with Kill    The Words of the NY Harold
                                                    Eagle                           Correspondents, p 365-366 &
                                                                                    371; Robinson lll, A Good Year to
                                                                                    Die, p 281
Living Bear                   Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Lakota                - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 157
Loafer                        Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Lakota                - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 161
Lone Bear                     Northern              Said 6 Cheyennes were killed    Hardorff, Hokahey, p 148; Maine,
                              Cheyenne              and were buried in the hills    Lone Eagle, p 132
                                                    west of the LBH
Lone Bear                     Oglala                Thought the Custer fight        Michno, Lakota Noon, p 120
                              Lakota                lasted 4 hours
Lone Dog                      Sans Arc     June 25, Killed fighting Custer's column Graham, Custer Myth, p 97;
                              Lakota       1876                                     Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                                                                                    121; Vestal, Warpath, p 203
Lone Eagle                    Lakota                Living at Cheyenne River        Craige, letter to Shoemaker
                                                    Agency 1926
Lone Elk                      Oglala                Said 9 of the fleeing troopers Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                              Lakota                were mounted                    114; Buecker, Crazy Horse
                                                                                    Surrender Ledger, p 159
Lone Horn                     Minnikojou            Headman                         Hardorff, Camp, Custer and the
                              Lakota                                                LBH, p 89 & 91
Lone Man       One Man        Oglala       April    Born 1850 - Saw a Lakota in a Hardorff, Camp, Custer and the
                              Lakota       1918     gully whose body was            LBH, p 88
                                                    mistakenly mutilated by
                                                    Indians
Lone Wolf                     Oglala       1879     One of the lesser Chiefs and Taylor, With Custer on the LBH, p
                              Lakota                Headmen at the Battle           181; Shields, LBH Tiospaye, p 98
Lone Wolf                     Cheyenne              Visited the battlefield with    Frost, “The Treat on Reno Hill”,
                                                    Major Reynolds & told him of LBHA Newsletter, (June 1976), p
                                                    his participation               3
Long Bull                     Hunkpapa              His tipi was in the area near Viola, Little Bighorn
                              Lakota                Sitting Bull at LBH             Remembered, p 62-63; Vestal,
                                                                                    Sitting Bull, p 156
Long           Fast Eagle     Oglala                Counted 4 Coups & captured Miller, Custer’s Fall, p 265; Miller,
Commander                     Lakota                5 cavalry mounts                Indians Who Fought Custer
Long Dog                      Hunkpapa              Fought Custer's column –        Paulson, Who’s Who Among the
                              Lakota                Raced across soldier’s line to Sioux, p 136-137; Vestal, Sitting
                                                    show he was bulletproof         Bull, p 52-53
Long Elk                      Minnikojou            Wounded fighting Custer's       Hardorff, Hokahey, p 62-63;
                              Lakota                column                          Neihardt, Black Elk Speaks, p 117
Long Elk                      Hunkpapa              One of the first to receive a   Hardorff, Hokahey, p 39-40, 54 &
                              Lakota                gunshot wound, in the valley 169; Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                                              LBH Warriors
               Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                   Remarks                         Reference
                   As       Tribe  Death
                                                fight                            Custer Fight, p 167
Long Feather               Hunkpapa             Identified in a picture as one   Burdick, Tragedy in the Great
                           Lakota               who took part in the Custer      Sioux Camp, picture/caption;
                                                Battle                           Greene, Lakota and Cheyenne, p
                                                                                 99; Sprague, Pine Ridge
                                                                                 Reservation, p 35
Long Handle                Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse      Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle     Ledger, p 159
Long Horn                  Hunkpapa            Chief of Holy Band of             Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                           Lakota              Hunkpapas                         Custer Fight, p 151
Long Name                  Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse      Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle     Ledger, p 158
Long Roach                 Northern            Father of Roman Nose (who         Powell, Sweet Medicine, p 112
                           Cheyenne            was killed in the Battle)
Long Road      Eagle Hat   Sans Arc June 26,   Killed counting Coup on        Hardorff, Hokahey, p 87-89;
                           Lakota   1876       soldier near Benteen's line    Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                                                                              122
Long Tree                  Nakota              Traveled with Thunder Bear Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                                               from Old Fort Peck to LBH      Custer Fight, p 88
Long Turd                  Oglala              Holy man for Crazy Horse at Bray, Crazy Horse: A Lakota Life,
                           Lakota              the Little Bighorn Battle      p 218, 222 & 433; Hardorff,
                                                                              Surrender and Death of Crazy
                                                                              Horse, 85
Long Visitor               Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 163
Long Wolf                  Lakota     June 11, In many fights including LBH Maddra, Hostiles? The Lakota
                                      1892     – Died in London while touring Ghost Dance and Buffalo Bill’s
                                               with Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Wild West, p 160-161
Looking Elk                Hunkpapa            Refused to take Good Bear      Michno, Lakota Noon, p 65;
                           Lakota              Boy off the field while under Hardorff, Hokahey, p 37
                                               fire
Looking Elk                Minnikojou          Put Cannonball Woman on a Hardorff, Camp, Custer and the
                           Lakota              horse to escape the soldiers - LBH, p 85
                                               Born 1845
Looks Like A               Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Dog                        Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 164
Looks White                Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 160
Looks Yellow               Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 159
Lost Leg                   Northern            Returned to the battlefield    Stands In Timber & Liberty,
                           Cheyenne            days later looking for horses, Cheyenne Memories, p 210
                                               odor was so strong they could
                                               not get close
Low Dog                    Oglala     1894     Chief fought in valley, Reno   Graham, Custer Myth, p 75;
                           Lakota              Hill & Custer Ridge - Said 38 Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
                                               Indians were Killed – Born     the Custer Fight, p 170; Hardorff,
                                               1846                           Surrender and Death of Crazy
                                                                              Horse, p 86; Dickson, “Big Road
                                                                              Roster”, CBHMA Symposium
                                                                              2007, p 49
Low Dog                    Northern            He and Yellow Nose were the Powell, Sweet Medicine, p 115-
                           Cheyenne            first Cheyennes to cross the 116 & 414
                                              LBH Warriors
                Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                 Remarks                             Reference
                    As       Tribe  Death
                                               river and face Custer’s men
Mad Wolf        Wolf That   Northern 1905      Born 1825 - A Dog Soldier -        Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
                Has No      Cheyenne           Wore a war bonnet in fighting      the Custer Fight, p 52; Marquis,
                Sense                          Custer's column                    Wooden Leg, p 244
Magpie                      Oglala             Dashed into camp with horses       Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                            Lakota             shouting, "Get away as fast        81
                                               as you can…white men are
                                               charging!"
Magpie Eagle Magpie         Southern           Fought in Battle - Wounded in      Michno, Lakota Noon, p 30;
                            Cheyenne           fight with Crook - Living 1904     Powell, Sweet Medicine, p 114
Makes Enemy                 Oglala   1928      At LBHB Semi-Centennial            Hardorff, Hokahey, p 92;
                            Lakota             1926 – Born 1857                   Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 26;
                                                                                  Spear, Bozeman Trail, p 88;
                                                                                  Dickson, “Big Road Roster”,
                                                                                  CBHMA Symposium 2007, p 56
Makes Room      They Make   Minnikojou 1905    Chief - Father of White Bull       Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                Room For    Lakota                                                39 & 151; Vestal, New Sources of
                Him                                                               Indian History, p 314
Makes                       Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Widows Cry                  Lakota             - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 159
Male Bear                   Hunkpapa           Identified in a picture as one     Burdick, Tragedy in the Great
                            Lakota             who took part in the Custer        Sioux Camp, picture/caption;
                                               Battle - Sitting Bull’s            Vestal, New Sources of Indian
                                               bodyguard                          History, p 183
Man Bear                    Cheyenne           Visited the battlefield with       Frost, “The Treat on Reno Hill”,
                                               Major Reynolds & told him of       LBHA Newsletter, (June 1976), p
                                               his participation                  3
Man On Top                  Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota             - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 160
Many Claws                  Lakota             Said “Custer soldiers did a lot    Day, “To the Colonel”, LBHA
                                               of bugling toward the end of       Newsletter, (June 1976) p 10-12
                                               the fight, 2 different calls had
                                               been repeated”
Medicine Bear               Northern           Said Custer was killed early in    Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
                            Cheyenne           fight - At LBHB Semi-              the Custer Fight, p 141; Spear,
                                               Centennial 1926                    Bozeman Trail, p 87
Medicine Bird               Oglala             With Black Bear’s party and        Hammer, Custer in'76, p 203;
                            Lakota             watched Custer at the divide       Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                                                                                  Custer Fight, p 51
Medicine Bull               Northern           Warrior with Little Wolf -         Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 250
                            Cheyenne           Fought on the 2nd day of the
                                               Battle
Medicine                    Yanktonia          Traveled with Thunder Bear Hardorff, Indian Views of the
Cloud                       Nakota             from Old Fort Peck to LBH       Custer Fight, p 87-88
Medicine Wolf Red Horse     Northern           Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Cheyenne                                           Ledger, p 156; Personal ref:
                                                                               Margot Liberty, Author/Historian,
                                                                               Sheridan WY
Melter                      Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota             - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 160
Moccasin                    Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Hide                        Lakota             - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 158
Mosquito                    Northern           Little Warrior Chief of the Kit Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 212;
                                               LBH Warriors
                Also Known Band and Date of
      Name                                           Remarks                                   Reference
                    As       Tribe  Death
                           Cheyenne         Fox Warrior Society                 Powell, People of the Sacred
                                                                                Mountain, p 1005
Mountain                 Oglala                 Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                         Lakota                 - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 164
Moves Camp               Oglala                 Left the Battle before the      Miller, Custer’s Fall, p 265; Miller,
                         Lakota                 wounded were killed             Indians Who Fought Custer
Moving Robe Mary Crawler Hunkpapa 1936          In valley & Custer fights after Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
Woman       or She Walks Lakota                 brother Deeds was Killed –      91-96; Hardorff, Indian Views of
            With Her                            Born 1854?                      the Custer Fight, p 185-186
            Shawl
Neck Prick               Oglala                 Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                         Lakota                 - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 160
New Dog                  Lakota                 Rode back and forth in front of    Liberty, notes from John Stands
                                                soldiers as they approached        In Timber, p 357 & 369
                                                Medicine Tail Ford
No Flesh                   Brule                Killed a standard bearer and       Sandoz, Battle of the LBH, p 128;
                           Lakota               took the banner from his           Viola, Little Bighorn
                                                hands                              Remembered, p 62-63
No Neck                    Hunkpapa   1885      Surrendered at Fort                Papandrea, They Never
                           Lakota               Robinson, later joined Sitting     Surrendered, p 6; McLaughlin, My
                                                Bull in Canada                     Friend the Indian, p 39; Buecker,
                                                                                   Crazy Horse Surrender Ledger, p
                                                                                   161; Sprague, Pine Ridge
                                                                                   Reservation, p 49 & 70
No Two Horns               Hunkpapa 1942        Credited with several kills in     Vestal, New Sources of Indian
                           Lakota               the Battle - Living at Standing    History, p 180; Brizee-Brown, For
                                                Rock Agency 1929                   All to See, p 137; Milligan, Dakota
                                                                                   Twilight, p 170
Noisy Arrow                Northern             Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Cheyenne             - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 156
Noisy Walking Left Hand or Northern June 25,    Suicide Warrior - Died at Little   Marquis, Keep the Last Bullet for
              Thunder      Cheyenne 1876        Bighorn                            Yourself, p 160; Stands In Timber
              Walking                                                              & Liberty, Cheyenne Memories, p
                                                                                   194
Nose In Sight              Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota               - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 163
Ogallala Fire              Lakota     Jan 2,    Killed a soldier during the        “Chief Ogallala Fire Dies By His
                                      1916      Battle, took his belt, and later   Own Hand, The Atlanta
                                                covered it with beads              Constitution, (Jan 10, 1916)
Old                        Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota               - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 163
Old Bear                   Northern             Old man Chief                      Powell, People of the Sacred
                           Cheyenne                                                Mountain, p 1004; Marquis,
                                                                                   Wooden Leg, p 211
Old Bear                   Northern             Not Old Bear, the old man          Powell, People of the Sacred
                           Cheyenne             Chief - Shot a soldier trying to   Mountain, p 1027; Grinnell,
                                                escape                             Fighting Cheyennes, p 353
Old Bull                   Hunkpapa 1949        Said Dog’s Back Bone was           Vestal, New Sources of Indian
                           Lakota               killed while yelling a warning     History, p 180; Hardorff, Indian
                                                to tribesman to exercise           Views of the Custer Fight, p 121-
                                                caution - Living at Standing       122; Hardorff, Hokahey, p 91
                                                Rock Agency 1929
Old Bull                   Northern             Son, Old Bull, AKA Red Bird, Stands In Timber & Liberty,
                           Cheyenne             said his father Old Bull was in Cheyenne Memories, p 209;
                                                 LBH Warriors
                Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                        Remarks                      Reference
                    As       Tribe  Death
                                                   the Battle                    Liberty, notes from John Stands
                                                                                 In Timber, p 337
Old Eagle                    Sans Arc              At the lone tepee on Reno     Miller, Custer's Fall, p 76
                             Lakota                Creek with Two Bears, they
                                                   prepared Old She Bear for
                                                   burial
Old Man        Old Man       Northern              Warrior Chief of the Crazy Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 211-212;
Coyote                       Cheyenne              Dog Warrior Society        Powell, People of the Sacred
                                                                              Mountain, p 1005
Old Red War               Northern            In Rosebud Fight - May have Powell, People of the Sacred
Bonnet                    Cheyenne            been at the Battle              Mountain, p 960
Old Wolf                  Northern            In a photo with the caption::   Internet: american-
                          Cheyenne            Shown here are some of the tribes.com/wordpress/tag/sits-in-
                                              Cheyenne chiefs present at      the-night
                                              the Little Bighorn battle
One Brings                Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Shit Far Away             Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 157
One Bull      Henry Oscar Minnikojou June 23, Living at Standing Rock         Michno, Lakota Noon, p 310;
              One Bull    Lakota     1947     Agency 1929 – Said soldiers Utley, Lance and Shield, p 270;
                                              running down from the ridge Hardorff, Camp, Custer and the
                                              discarded carbines & used       LBH, p 87; Vestal, New Sources
                                              revolvers                       of Indian History, p 180
One Elk                   Hunkpapa 1942       Living at Standing Rock         Vestal, New Sources of Indian
                          Lakota              Agency 1929 – Said 8 of the History, p 180; Hardorff, Camp,
                                              soldiers escaping down from Custer and the LBH, p 69; Dyck,
                                              the hill were mounted           Brule: Sioux People of the
                                                                              Rosebud, p ix-x; Miller, Indians
                                                                              Who Fought Custer
One Feather               Oglala     1941     Killed one of Custer’s troopers Miller, Custer’s Fall, p 265; Miller,
                          Lakota                                              Indians Who Fought Custer
One Grass                 Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                          Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 161
One Horn                  Minnikojou          Chief                           Howard, Warrior Who Killed
                          Lakota                                              Custer, p 31
One Kills At              Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Eight Steps               Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 157
One Teat                  Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                          Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 160
One That                  Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Steals                    Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 162
One Who                   Oglala              Wife of Crow Dog - Killed 2     Miller, Custer's Fall, p 156 & 158;
Walks With                Lakota              soldiers in the water from the Maine, Lone Eagle, p 128-129
The Stars                                     river bank
Owl Bull                  Oglala              With Black Bear’s party and Hammer, Custer in '76, p 203;
                          Lakota              watched Custer at the divide Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                                                                              Custer Fight, p 51
Owl King, Joe             Minnikojou          Father of Phillip Brown Wolf, Personal ref: Bruce Brown Wolf,
                          Lakota              Hard To Kill, and Joseph        Lakota, Eagle Butte SD
                                              Brown Wolf
Own Bobtail               Lakota              One of 3 Lakota Scouts who Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
Horse                                         saw Custer coming June 22 109
Owns Arrow                Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                          Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 162
                                               LBH Warriors
               Also Known Band and Date of
     Name                                                 Remarks                          Reference
                    As         Tribe    Death
Owns Horn                   Minnikojou        Fought Custer's column           Vestal, Warpath, p 195
                            Lakota
Painted        Paints Brown Oglala            Was one of the first Warriors    Nelson, Land of the Dakotahs, p
Brown                       Lakota            to mount, fought Reno and        178
                                              Custer's column
Painted Horse               Oglala            Among Indians who left the       Greene, Battles and Skirmishes, p
                            Lakota            battlefield and 12 days later    69; Sprague, Pine Ridge
                                              involved in the Sibley fight     Reservation, p 51
Pants                       Sans Arc          Discovered Custer at the         ____, Lilly Camp, p 486
                            Lakota            divide
Patrip, Joseph              Lakota     March  Fought in Battle and followed   “Indian of Custer Battle Fame
                                       1934   Sitting Bull to Canada          Dies”, Billings Gazette, (March 8,
                                                                              1934)
Pawnee                      Northern          Father of Little Wolf - Camp    Powell, People of the Sacred
                            Cheyenne          Guard                           Mountain, p 1161
Pemmican                    Oglala            Fought against Reno & Custer Stewart, Custer's Luck, p 145;
                            Lakota            – Lived to age 85               Hardorff, Hokahey, p 120; Miller,
                                                                              Indians Who Fought Custer
Pig                         Northern          Little Warrior Chief of the     Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 211
                            Cheyenne          Elkhorn Scraper Warrior
                                              Society
Pine                        Northern          Fought against Reno & Custer Marquis, Cheyennes of Montana,
                            Cheyenne          - At LBHB Semi-Centennial       p 262-263; Ostrander, Semi-
                                              1926                            Centennial, p 26; Spear,
                                                                              Bozeman Trail, p 87
Pisses In The               Oglala            Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Horn                        Lakota            - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 158
Plaited Hair                Lakota            With correspondent Clyde at Hutchins, Army-Navy Journal of
                                              the battlefield Aug 20, 1878    the Battle of the LBH, p 195
                                              with 3 other Lakota who were
                                              in the Battle
Plenty Bears                Northern          Little Warrior Chief of the     Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 211;
                            Cheyenne          Elkhorn Scraper Warrior         Powell, People of the Sacred
                                              Society                         Mountain, p 1005
Plenty Crows                Northern          An Arikara captive              Stands In Timber & Liberty,
                            Cheyenne                                          Cheyenne Memories, p 209
Plenty Dogs                 Oglala            Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota            - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 162
Plenty Holes                Lakota            Warrior, gave information       Master, Shadows Fall Across the
                                              about the Battle in 1936        Little Horn, p 30
Plenty Lice     Many Lice   Oglala   June 25, Killed fighting Custer's column Maine, Lone Eagle, p 32;
                            Lakota   1876                                     Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                                                                              192; Vestal, Warpath, p 203
Plenty of                   Northern          Little Warrior Chief of the Kit Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 212;
Buffalo Bull                Cheyenne          Fox Warrior Society             Powell, People of the Sacred
Meat                                                                          Mountain, p 1005
Plenty Of       Plenty of   Santee            Discovered Custer at the        ___, Lilly Camp, p 694
Meat            Trouble     Dakota            divide
Plenty Shells               Oglala            Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota            - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 159
Plum Man                    Northern 1876     In the Cheyenne village with Powell, People of the Sacred
                            Cheyenne          his family - Father of Sun      Mountain, p 1044; Marquis,
                                              Bear & Two Feathers             Wooden Leg, p 95 & 96
                                                 LBH Warriors
                Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                     Remarks                         Reference
                    As        Tribe  Death
Poor Bear                  Oglala                                             Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                                                   Surrendered with Crazy Horse
                           Lakota                                             Ledger, p 157
                                                   - May have been at the Battle
Poor Dog                   Oglala                                             Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                                                   Surrendered with Crazy Horse
                           Lakota                                             Ledger, p 162
                                                   - May have been at the Battle
Porcupine                  Northern 1929           Son of White Shield - At   Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
                           Cheyenne                LBHB Semi-Centennial 1926  the Custer Fight, p 49; Spear,
                                                                              Bozeman Trail, p 87; Marquis,
                                                                              Cheyennes of Montana, p 136
Powder Face                Northern           Surrendered to Miles in 1877 - Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 26
                           Cheyenne           At LBHB Semi-Centennial
                                              1926
Powder Side                Hunkpapa           Wounded north of the            DeMallie, Sixth Grandfather, p
                           Lakota             entrenchments on Reno Hill 192; Hardorff, Hokahey, p 86
Pretends                   Hunkpapa           Living at Standing Rock         Vestal, New Sources of Indian
Eagle                      Lakota             Agency 1929                     History, p 180; Vestal, Sitting Bull,
                                                                              p 153
Pretty Legs                Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota             - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 157
Puffed Cheek               Cheyenne           At Powder River fight March Greene, Lakota and Cheyenne, p
                                              17, 1876 - May have been at 6
                                              the Battle
Pulls Out                  Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota             - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 163
Pumpkin Hill               Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota             - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 160
Puts On His   William Swan Minnikojou May 24, Living at Cheyenne River        Craige, letter to Shoemaker;
Shoes                      Lakota     1935    Agency 1926                     Sprague, Cheyenne River Sioux,
                                                                              p 104; Personal ref: Bruce Brown
                                                                              Wolf, Lakota, Eagle Butte SD
Rain-In-The-               Hunkpapa Sept 14, Died at Standing Rock ND         Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
Face                       Lakota     1905                                    48; Graham, Custer Myth, p 96
Raised Him                 Lakota             Living at Cheyenne River        Craige, letter to Shoemaker
                                              Agency 1926
Rattlesnake                Northern           Little Warrior Chief of the Kit Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 212;
Nose                       Cheyenne           Fox Warrior Society             Powell, People of the Sacred
                                                                              Mountain, p 1005
Rattling Hawk              Oglala             Wounded at Rosebud fight,       DeMallie, Sixth Grandfather, p
                           Lakota             remained in LBH village         179 & 184
                                              watching the fight
Red Arms                   Northern           In the Cheyenne village with Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 95
                           Cheyenne           his family
Red Bear      George Red Sans Arc 1885 or Sub Chief – Died in prison in Graham, Custer Myth, p 63;
              Bear         Lakota     1886    Canada                          Papandrea, They Never
                                                                              Surrendered, p 9, E & G
Red Bird                   Hunkpapa           Living at Cheyenne River        Craige, letter to Shoemaker;
                           Lakota             Agency 1926                     Vestal, Sitting Bull, p 153
Red Bird                   Northern           Son of Tanglehorn Elk – Sold Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Cheyenne           gun to Marquis                  Ledger, p 156; Personal ref:
                                                                              Margot Liberty, Author/Historian,
                                                                              Sheridan WY
Red Cherries               Northern           One of 3 Scouts seen by Sgt Powell, People of the Sacred
                           Cheyenne           Curtis at hardtack box - In     Mountain, p 1032
                                              hilltop fight June 26
                                                LBH Warriors
              Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                               Remarks                           Reference
                    As      Tribe    Death
Red Cloud     Jack Red   Oglala     1928   Son of Chief Red Cloud - At Michno, Lakota Noon, p 278;
              Cloud      Lakota            LBHB Semi-Centennial 1926 Spear, Bozeman Trail, p 88;
                                                                            Sprague, Pine Ridge Reservation,
                                                                            p 52
Red Crane                Oglala            Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                         Lakota            - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 158
Red Dog                  Oglala            Told Crook in 1877, there        Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
                         Lakota            were 1800 lodges at LBH          the Custer Fight, p 30-31
Red Face                 Hunkpapa June 25, Killed fighting Custer's column Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                         Lakota     1876                                    121; Maine, Lone Eagle, p 132;
                                                                            Vestal, Warpath, p 203
Red Feather              Oglala            Fought in valley & made          Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                         Lakota            charge on Calhoun Hill           81-88
Red Fish                 Oglala            A prominent and highly           Lamedeer, Lame Deer, p 26;
                         Lakota            respected Chief                  Shields, LBH Tiospaye, p 85;
                                                                            Personal ref: Bob Raymond, Brule
                                                                            Lakota, Billings MT
Red Fox       Rattles    Hunkpapa          In Rosebud Fight - May have Sprague, Standing Rock Sioux, p
                         Lakota            been at the Battle               39
Red Fox                  Northern          On Custer Hill after the Battle Miller, Custer's Fall, p 173
                         Cheyenne
Red Hawk      Austin Red Oglala            Gave a detailed account of       Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 26;
              Hawk       Lakota            the Battle, with a map, to       Donahue, Drawing Battle Lines, p
                                           Nickolas Ruleau - At LBHB        169-174; Buecker, Crazy Horse
                                           Semi-Centennial 1926             Surrender Ledger, p 165
Red Hill                 Brule      1920   Left the reservation, joined the Paulson, Who’s Who Among the
                         Lakota            Brules in the Battle             Sioux, p 191
Red Horn                 Hunkpapa          Chief of Sore Back Band of       Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                         Lakota            Hunkpapas                        Custer Fight, p 151
Red Horn                 Oglala            Wounded in Jaw during            Hardorff, Hokahey, p 74
Buffalo                  Lakota            Reno's retreat in the valley
Red Horn                 Hunkpapa          Wounded charging the             Neihardt, Black Elk Speaks, p 127
Buffalo                  Lakota            soldiers that tried to escape
                                           Custer Hill toward river
Red Horn Bull            Minnikojou        Led charge on Reno's troops Sandoz, Battle of the LBH, p 80
                         Lakota            in valley - Famous as a runner
Red Horse     George Red Minnikojou        Warrior Chief - Said the         Graham, Custer Myth, p 56-62;
              Horse      Lakota            soldiers of Custer’s column      Michno, Lakota Noon, p 188-189;
                                           made 5 brave stands              Craige, letter to Shoemaker
Red Nose                 Cheyenne          Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                                           - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 165
Red Owl                  Northern          Little Chief of the Crazy Dog Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 212;
                         Cheyenne          Warrior Society                  Powell, People of the Sacred
                                                                            Mountain, p 1005
Red Owl                  Oglala            At LBHB Semi-Centennial          Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 26;
                         Lakota            1926                             Spear, Bozeman Trail, p 88
Red Paint,               Oglala            Counted 4 Coups, took 2          Miller, Custer’s Fall, p 265; Miller,
Roger                    Lakota            scalps, an army carbine & 3 Indians Who Fought Custer
                                           cavalry horses
Red Robe                 Northern          Father of Roman Nose,            Michno, Lakota Noon, p 198;
                         Cheyenne          suicide boy                      Powell, Sweet Medicine, p 112
Red Rock                 Oglala            Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                         Lakota            - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 160
                                               LBH Warriors
               Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                               Remarks                                Reference
                   As        Tribe Death
Red Shirt                 Oglala           One of four survivors of the           Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                          Lakota           Battle living at Pine Ridge            Ledger, p 164; “Indian Survivors
                                           Agency, who was asked to               of Custer Fight to Attend
                                                          th
                                           attend the 75 Anniversary              Anniversary Observance”, news
                                                                                  clipping dateline Helena MT,
                                                                                  (May 27, 1951)
Red Tail                    Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse     Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota               - May have been at the Battle    Ledger, p 159
Rider                       Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse     Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota               - May have been at the Battle    Ledger, p 160
Rising Fire                 Northern             One of the first to fire on      Riebeth, J H Sharp Among the
                            Cheyenne             Custer's column                  Indians, p 25; Hardorff, Cheyenne
                                                                                  Memories of the Custer Fight, p
                                                                                  142
Rising Sun                  Northern 1952        Took Watch from soldier          Miller, Custer's Fall, p 173; Viola,
                            Cheyenne                                              Little Bighorn Remembered, p 40
Roan Bear      White Man    Northern             Fought Custer at Medicine        Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 229;
               Bear         Cheyenne             Tail Ford - Warrior of the Fox   Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
                                                 Warrior Society                  the Custer Fight, p 50; Powell,
                                                                                  People of the Sacred Mountain, p
                                                                                  1006
Robe Hair                   Oglala            Surrendered with Crazy Horse        Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Outside                     Lakota            - May have been at the Battle       Ledger, p 160
Rock, Sam                   Lakota            Declared that Crazy Horse not       “Custer Fell Early in Fight,
                                              Sitting Bull was the                Plainsmen Say at Reunion,
                                              commanding Chief against            Criticizing Last Stand Picture,
                                              Custer – Living at Standing         New York Times, (June 19, 1927)
                                              Rock 1927
Rocky Bear                Oglala              Warrior, said Sitting Bull was Abrams, Newspaper Chronicle of
                          Lakota              a big medicine man             the Indian Wars, Vol. 15, p 88-89;
                                                                             Price, Oglala People, p 191
Rolling Bull              Lakota              With correspondent Clyde at Hutchins, Army-Navy Journal of
                                              the battlefield Aug 20, 1878   the Battle of the LBH, p 195
                                              with 3 other Lakota who were
                                              in the Battle
Roman Nose     Hump or    Northern   June 25, Killed on West bank of river   Stands In Timber & Liberty,
               Hump Nose Cheyenne 1876        during Reno's retreat          Cheyenne Memories, p 204
Roman Nose     Crooked    Southern            Member of the Dog Men          Powell, People of the Sacred
               Nose       Cheyenne            Warrior Society                Mountain, p 1014
Roman Nose                Minnikojou          Sub Chief                      Graham, Custer Myth, p 61; ___,
                          Lakota                                             Lilly Camp, p 675
Round Fool                Lakota              Spotted soldier hiding in      DeMallie, Sixth Grandfather, p
                                              bushes below Reno Hill June 195
                                              26 who then was killed
Roundstone     Lewis      Northern            Living at Lame Deer 1921       Taylor, With Custer on the LBH, p
               Roundstone Cheyenne                                           188
Runner                    Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                          Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 159
Running                   Oglala     1899     Killed the Arikara Scout Bob Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
Eagle                     Lakota              Tail Bull – Born 1842          103; Blish, Pictographic History of
                                                                             the Oglala Sioux, p 246; Dickson,
                                                                             “Big Road Roster”, CBHMA
                                                                             Symposium 2007, p 54
Runs Close                Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                                                LBH Warriors
              Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                 Remarks                            Reference
                  As        Tribe    Death
To Camp                  Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 163
Runs Fearless            Oglala     Aug 2, May have counted Coup on            Blish, A Pictographic History of
                         Lakota     1876     Arikara Scout Bobtail Bull        the Oglala Sioux, p 246; Bray,
                                                                               Crazy Horse: A Lakota Life, p 241
Runs In The              Oglala              Black Elk’s older brother –       Steltenkamp, Nicholas Black Elk,
Center                   Lakota              Black Elk rushed to give him 2 p 36
                                             pistols that would be helpful
                                             against oncoming soldiers
Runs On Top              Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                         Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 160
Runs The                 Two Kettle          Age 15 at Battle - He and         Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
Enemy                    Lakota              others pressured Reno's left 26 & 209; Craige, letter to
                                             in the valley fight - Living 1926 Shoemaker; Gray, Centennial
                                                                               Campaign, p 337; Hardorff,
                                                                               Hokahey, p 55, 127 &154
Saddle                   Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                         Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 159
Sand Crane               Northern            Swimming in the river when        Schwartz, The Last Contrary, p 22
                         Cheyenne            he heard shots
Sandstone                Northern            Sharpshooter on                   Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
                         Cheyenne            Sharpshooters Ridge               the Custer Fight, p 172
Save-Himself             Lakota     June 25, On Kicking Bear’s casualty        Stewart, “ Kicking Bear’s
                                    1876     roster and Pictograph             Pictograph”, The Field Diary of Lt.
                                                                               Edward Settle Godfrey, p 57-58
Scabbard                 Lakota              Warrior, gave information         Masters, Shadows Fall Across the
Knife                                        about the Battle in 1936          Little Horn, p 30
Scabby                   Northern   Nov      Fought Reno & rode horse          Powell, People of the Sacred
                         Cheyenne 1876       across in front of soldiers 5     Mountain, p 1013; Hook, Warriors
                                             times, was not hit                LBH, p 21
Scabby Eyelid            Northern            In Rosebud Fight - May have Grinnell, Fighting Cheyennes, p
                         Cheyenne            been at the Battle                335
Scabby Face              Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                         Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 159
Scabby Head              Blackfeet           Chief                             Graham, Custer Myth, p 63
                         Lakota
Scabby Place             Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                         Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 159
Scar Leg                 Minnikojou          Fought on Custer Hill - Living Craige, letter to Shoemaker;
                         Lakota              at Cheyenne River Agency          Personal ref: Harley L. Zephier,
                                             1926 – Spirit keeper of Custer grandson, Thunder Butte SD
Scared Eagle             Blackfeet           1 of 17 Chiefs with Capt Howe Graham, Custer Myth, p 74-75
                         Lakota              Aug 18, 1881 at Ft Yates who
                                             said they were in the Battle
Scaring Bear             Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                         Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 162
Scarlet Bear             Lakota              Fought alongside Kill Eagle       Graham, Custer Myth, p 48
Scarlet Eagle            Lakota              Fought alongside Kill Eagle       Graham, Custer Myth, p 48
Scarlet                  Lakota              Fought alongside Kill Eagle       Graham, Custer Myth, p 48
Thunder
Sees The Cow             Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                         Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 161; Hardorff, Indian
                                                                               Views of the Custer Fight, p 40
                                                  LBH Warriors
                 Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                Remarks                                  Reference
                      As       Tribe Death
Shave Elk        Thomas     Oglala           We did not suspect we were             Michno, Lakota Noon, p 293;
                 Disputed   Lakota           fighting Custer - A member of          Liddic, Camp on Custer, p 121-
                                             Big Roads' Oglala Band                 127
Shave Head                  Cheyenne         Warrior – Gave the saddle he           Bollinger, Jim Gatchell: The Man
                                             used in the Battle to Jim              and the Museum, p 39 & 67;
                                             Gatchell                               Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                                                                                    Ledger, p 165
Shell                         Northern             American Horse’s brother -       Liberty, notes from John Stands
                              Cheyenne             Captured U S canteens at the In Timber, p 303 & 448
                                                   Battle and later used them to
                                                   carry water
Shell                         Lakota               Living at Cheyenne River         Craige, letter to Shoemaker
Necklace                                           Agency 1926
Shell-Ear-Ring                Lakota               Counted Coup on 2 soldiers Vestal, Sitting Bull, p 173
Shield                        Cheyenne             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                                                   - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 156
Shits On His                  Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Hand                          Lakota               - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 160
Shits On The                  Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Eagle                         Lakota               - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 161
Shoots Bear                   Minnikojou   1879    Fought Custer's column –         Miller, Custer's Fall, p 139; Vestal,
As He Runs                    Lakota               Killed by Crows on a horse       Warpath, p 195; Hardorff, Indian
                                                   stealing expedition              Views of the Custer Fight, p 155
Shoots Holly                  Lakota               Custer Battle survivor living at Burdick, Last Battle of the Sioux
                                                   Fort Yates in the 1920’s         Nation, p 153
Shoots           H. W. Shoots Hunkpapa             Reported Custer's soldiers       Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 25;
Walking          Walking      Lakota               acted erratic or drunk - At      Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                                                   LBHB Semi-Centennial 1926 86
Short                          Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                               Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 160
Short Brule                    Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                               Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 162
Short Bull       Short Buffalo Oglala      Aug 20, In valley fight – Killed in an   Michno, Lakota Noon, p 97-98;
                               Lakota      1935    automobile wreck                 Military pension file, National
                                                                                    Archives
Shot At,                      Northern             At LBHB Semi-Centennial          Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 25
Samuel                        Cheyenne             1926
Shot In The      White        Oglala       1917    Had stopped fighting when a Sprague, Pine Ridge Reservation,
Eye              Mountain     Lakota               ball hit his eye, dazed he       p 37; Hardorff, Donahue, Drawing
                                                   entered the Battle again         Battle Lines, p 162-167; Gill,
                                                                                    “Portrait of Chief Shot In The
                                                                                    Eye”, Smithsonian Institute, (May
                                                                                    26, 2006), picture/caption; Annuity
                                                                                    Rolls Pine Ridge Reservation,
                                                                                    National Archives
Side Rib                      Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Lakota               - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 162
Silas Blind                   Oglala               At LBHB Semi-Centennial          Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 26;
                              Lakota               1926                             Spear, Bozeman Trail, p 88
Singing Bear                  Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Lakota               - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 161
Singing Prick                 Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Lakota               - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 164
                                              LBH Warriors
                Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                               Remarks                              Reference
                    As        Tribe  Death
Sioux Jim                  Lakota   Aug 29, Fought in Battle then tried to      Willert, March of the Columns, p
                                    1876    slip into Red Cloud Agency          485
                                            without surrendering his
                                            weapon
Sits Beside                Northern         Little Warrior Chief of the Kit     Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 212;
His Medicine               Cheyenne         Fox Warrior Society                 Powell, People of the Sacred
                                                                                Mountain, p 1005
Sits In The                 Northern        In a photo with the caption:        Internet: american-
Night                       Cheyenne        Shown here are some of the          tribes.com/wordpress/tag/sits-in-
                                            Cheyenne chiefs present at          the-night
                                            the Little Bighorn battle
Sits Up Above              Oglala           Surrendered with Crazy Horse        Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota           - May have been at the Battle       Ledger, p 161
Sitting Bear               Oglala           Surrendered with Crazy Horse        Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota           - May have been at the Battle       Ledger, p 161
Sitting Bull  Buffalo Bull Hunkpapa Dec 15, Medicine Man – Vision of            Graham, Custer Myth, p 65-73;
              Sitting Down Lakota   1890    soldiers falling into camp –        Stewart, Custer's Luck, p 195
                                            Fled to Canada after the
                                            Battle
Sitting Bull               Southern         Dog Soldier                        Schoenberger, End of Custer, p
                           Cheyenne                                            266
Sitting Bull,              Hunkpapa 1955    Step Son of Sitting Bull           Stewart, Custer’s Luck, p 145fp;
John                       Lakota                                              Collins, Proud Survivors: Voices
                                                                               LBH, p 30
Sitting Eagle               Northern             In Rosebud Fight – May have Powell, People of the Sacred
                            Cheyenne             been at the Battle            Mountain, p 996; DeMallie, Sixth
                                                                               Grandfather, p 175
Sitting Elk                 Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse Personal ref: Bob Raymond, Brule
                            Lakota               - May have been at the Battle Lakota, Billings MT
Sitting Hawk                Oglala               One of 12 veterans of the     Hardorff, Hokahey, p 92;
                            Lakota               Battle in a photo by          Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 26;
                                                 Brininstool - At LBHB Semi- Spear, Bozeman Trail, p 88
                                                 Centennial 1926
Sitting Horse               Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota               - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 157
Skirts                      Lakota               Warrior                       Jensen, Voices of the American
                                                                               West, p 241
Skunk Guts                  Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota               - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 158
Skunk Head                  Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota               - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 158
Sleeping                    Northern             Sharpshooter on               Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
Rabbit                      Cheyenne             Sharpshooters Ridge           the Custer Fight, p 172
Sleeps There                Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota               - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 160
Slow White                  Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Cow                         Lakota               - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 160
Snake Creek                 Oglala               Counted Coup on 2 soldiers Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota                                             Ledger, p 163; Vestal, Sitting Bull,
                                                                               p 173
Snatch Loser                Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota               - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 163
Snatch                      Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                                                LBH Warriors
                Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                  Remarks                          Reference
                     As       Tribe    Death
Stealer                    Lakota             - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 162
Snow Bird                  Northern           Little Chief of the Crazy Dog Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 212;
                           Cheyenne           Warrior Society                 Powell, People of the Sacred
                                                                              Mountain, p 1005
Snow Shell                 Lakota             A veteran of the Battle         Bear Nose, “Shout At”,
                                              according to Shout At           Westerners Brand Book, (March
                                                                              1962), p 7
Soft Prick                 Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota             - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 159
Soldier                    Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota             - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 161
Soldier Hawk               Oglala             In valley fight                 Blish, A Pictographic History of
                           Lakota                                             the Oglala Sioux, p 250
Soldier Wolf               Northern           Fought Reno & Custer - Killed Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
                           Cheyenne           a soldier - Living 1897         the Custer Fight, p 41
Sounds The                 Santee             Had Custer’s horse – He and Hardorff, Indian Views of the
Ground As He               Dakota             Tracking White Earth were       Custer Fight, p 51 & 157;
Walks                                         twin sons of Inkpaduta –        Donovan, A Terrible Glory, p 148
                                              Fought Custer’s Column          & 233; Beck, Inkpaduta: Dakota
                                                                              Leader, p 138
Spider, Mark               Oglala             Gave an account of Crazy        Masters, Shadows Fall Across the
                           Lakota             Horse and his preparations to Little Horn, p 41; Powers, The
                                              meet the Custer Attack          Killing of Crazy Horse, 308 & 315
Spotted Bear               Hunkpapa           Said Gray Earth Track           Hardorff, Battle Casualties ll,  p
                           Lakota             (Sounds The Ground As He 180
                                              Walks) got Long Hair's horse
Spotted                    Northern           Said if we could have seen      Stands In Timber & Liberty,
Blackbird                  Cheyenne           where each bullet landed we Cheyenne Memories, p 203;
                                              might know who killed Custer Taylor, With Custer on the LBH, p
                                                                              188
Spotted Eagle   Two Eagle  Sans Arc 1898      Prominent Leader & Chief        Graham, Custer Myth, p 96;
                           Lakota                                             Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                                                                              Custer Fight, p 127; Hardorff,
                                                                              Lakota Recollections, p 38 & 151
Spotted Eagle              Lakota             Living at Cheyenne River        Craige, letter to Shoemaker
James                                         Agency 1926
Spotted Elk     Big Foot   Minnikojou Dec 29, Sub Chief - Killed at Wounded Hardorff, Camp, Custer and the
                           Lakota     1890    Knee                            LBH, p 91; Johansen, Native
                                                                              American Biography, p 28-31;
                                                                              Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                                                                              164
Spotted Elk                Northern           Sharpshooter on                 Stands In Timber & Liberty,
                           Cheyenne           Sharpshooters Ridge             Cheyenne Memories, p 194;
                                                                              Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
                                                                              the Custer Fight, p 172
Spotted Hand               Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota             - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 160
Spotted Hawk               Lakota             Said Custer was killed at the “Tribesmen”, Billings Gazette,
                                              beginning of the Battle         (nd), picture/caption
Spotted Horn               Hunkpapa Dec 15, Warrior in the Battle - Later     Michno, Lakota Noon, p 23; Utley,
Bull                       Lakota     1890    joined Buffalo Bill's Wild West Lance and Shield, p 301;
                                              Show                            Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                                                                              Custer Fight, p 90-91
                                               LBH Warriors
                Also Known Band and Date of
       Name                                            Remarks                               Reference
                    As        Tribe   Death
Spotted                    Minnikojou       Fought Custer's column, his          Hardorff, Hokahey, p 140; Maine,
Rabbit                     Lakota           horse was shot from under            Lone Eagle, p 131 & 135; Michno,
                                            him – Living at Cheyenne             Lakota Noon, p 275; Miller,
                                            River Agency 1926                    Custer’s Fall, p 211; Craige, letter
                                                                                 to Shoemaker
Spotted Wolf                Northern            He and White Elk captured a      Buecker, Ledger, p 156; Taylor,
                            Cheyenne            soldier’s six-shooter which      With Custer on the LBH, p 180;
                                                they kept until they were old    Swanson, Custer, His Life and
                                                men                              Times, p 204
Spread(ed)                  Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse     Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Pine                        Lakota              - May have been at the Battle    Ledger, p 164
Spunker                     Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse     Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota              - May have been at the Battle    Ledger, p 163
Squint Eyes                 Northern            At LBHB Semi-Centennial          Spear, Bozeman Trail, p 87
                            Cheyenne            1926
Standing Bear               Brule      1898     Found no honor in combating      Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                            Lakota              frightened weak victims as our   57 & 87; Standing Bear, My
                                                adversaries in the Battle        People the Sioux, p 82-83
Standing Bear               Minnikojou          Hit a soldier in the head with   DeMallie, Sixth Grandfather, p
                            Lakota              his pistol then killed him –     184-193; Hardorff, Lakota
                                                Took a buckskin shirt from a     Recollections, p 57-60 & 67;
                                                dead man - At LBHB Semi-         Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p
                                                Centennial 1926                  26
Standing                    Lakota              Claimed to have accompanied      Hardorff, Hokahey, p 23
Black Bear                                      Deeds on the morning of June
                                                25
Standing                    Lakota     June 25, Said Custer was among the        Abrams, Newspaper Chronicle of
Buffalo                                1921     last to die – Died at Fort       the Indian Wars, Vol. 15, p 180
                                                Qu’Appelle
Standing Bull               Lakota              Gave an interesting account      Abrams, Newspaper Chronicle of
                                                of the Battle in March 1925,     the Indian Wars, Vol. 15, p 195
                                                while in Washington DC
Standing                                        Warrior                        Collins & England, The 101
Cloud                                                                          Ranch, p 168
Standing Elk                Lakota     Sept 19, Died in Iowa while traveling   Abrams, Newspaper Chronicle of
                                       1884     with a circus in 1884          the Indian Wars, Vol. 12, p 225
Standing Elk                Minnikojou          Living at Cheyenne River       Craige, letter to Shoemaker;
                            Lakota              Agency 1926                    Sprague, Cheyenne River Sioux,
                                                                               p 73
Stands And                  Oglala     1913     Fought against Custer and      Dyck, Brule: Sioux People of the
Looks Back                  Lakota              Reno – Said Custer’s men       Rosebud, p 130-131; Anderson,
                                                were brave and fought well     Sioux of the Rosebud, p 278;
                                                                               Paulson, Who’s Who Among the
                                                                               Sioux, p 229
Stands First                Oglala              Captured Custer's personal     Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                            Lakota              flag                           104
Stands                      Sans Arc            Living at Cheyenne River       Craige, letter to Shoemaker; Bray,
Straddle                    Lakota              Agency 1926                    Crazy Horse: A Lakota Life, p 173
Stands-Up-                  Lakota     June 25, On Kicking Bear’s casualty     Stewart, “Kicking Bear’s
Rabbit                                 1876     roster and Pictograph          Pictograph”, The Field Diary of Lt.
                                                                               Edward Settle Godfrey, p 57-58
Star                        Northern            In Rosebud Fight - May have Greene, Lakota and Cheyenne, p
                            Cheyenne            been at the Battle - Cousin of 6
                                                Wooden Leg
                                               LBH Warriors
               Also Known Band and Date of
     Name                                                 Remarks                           Reference
                    As        Tribe    Death
Stinking Bear              Oglala             Saw a Warrior knocked down Stands In Timber & Liberty,
                           Lakota             by the barrel of a soldier's gun Cheyenne Memories, p 202;
                                                                               Herman, Memories of the Sioux, p
                                                                               6
Stinking Tie               Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota             - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 164
Straight Head,             Lakota             Living at Cheyenne River         Craige, letter to Shoemaker
Moses                                         Agency 1926
Strange Owl                Northern           Fought under Chief Old Man Miller, Custer’s Fall, p 263; Miller,
                           Cheyenne           Coyote in the Battle             Indians Who Fought Custer
Strong                     Lakota             Fought alongside Kill Eagle      Graham, Custer Myth, p 48
Strong Fox                 Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota             - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 162
Strong Left    Strong Left Northern           Little Chief of the Crazy Dog Powell, People of the Sacred
Hand           Arm         Cheyenne           Warrior Society at the wiping Mountain, p 1005 & 1036;
                                              out of Long Hair & his soldiers Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 212
Struck By                  Oglala             Fought in the Fetterman          Cardozo, Chiefs & Warriors, p 84
Crow                       Lakota             Massacre, Rosebud Battle,
                                              and LBH Battle – Born 1847
Stumbling                  Minnikojou         Said men & horses in Deep        Schoenberger, End of Custer, p
Bear                       Lakota             Ravine were mixed up             191
                                              together on top of one another
Stump Horn                 Northern           Custer Battle veteran            Taylor, With Custer on the LBH, p
                           Cheyenne           photographed by Marquis in 188; Liberty, A Northern
                                              1922                             Cheyenne Album, p 7 & 259
Sun Bear                   Northern           Wounded in Reno fight &          Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 26;
                           Cheyenne           charge against Custer - Wore Spear, Bozeman Trail, p 87;
                                              war bonnet - At LBHB Semi- Stewart, Custer's Luck, p 375
                                              Centennial in 1926
Sweat                      Oglala             Chief                            Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                           Lakota                                              Custer Fight, p 152
Swift Bear                 Hunkpapa June 25, Killed fighting Reno’s column Hardorff, Hokahey, p 41 & 57;
                           Lakota     1876                                     Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                                                                               110 & 122; Maine, Lone Eagle, p
                                                                               132; Vestal, Warpath, p 204
Swift Bear                 Lakota             Living at Cheyenne River         Craige, letter to Shoemaker
                                              Agency 1926
Takes The                  Minnikojou         Brother of Dog's Back Bone Hardorff, Hokahey, p 91
Horses                     Lakota             and confirmed his death
Tall Bull                  Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota             - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 162
Tall Bull      Jacob Tall  Northern   1928    Lost his horse in the Battle - Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
               Bull        Cheyenne           Brother-In-Law to Lame White the Custer Fight, p 73-77;
                                              Man – Born 1856                  Greene, Lakota and Cheyenne, p
                                                                               52-53; Wolf Feathers, “We are the
                                                                               Ancestors of…”, Ft Phil
                                                                               Kearny/Bozeman Trail, p 7
Tall Bull                  Minnikojou Dec 16, Killed in attempt to surrender Vestal, New Sources of Indian
                           Lakota     1876    to Miles - May have been at History, p 182; Greene,
                                              the Battle                       Yellowstone Command, p 150-
                                                                               151
Tall Sioux     Long Sioux Northern            In sweat lodge when Reno         Stands In Timber & Liberty,
                           Cheyenne           attacked village                 Cheyenne Memories, p 197;
                                             LBH Warriors
               Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                  Remarks                         Reference
                   As       Tribe  Death
                                                                               Powell, Sweet Medicine, p 113;
                                                                               Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                                                                               Custer Fight, p 80
Tall White                 Northern 1928       Little Warrior Chief of the     Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 211;
Man                        Cheyenne            Elkhorn Scrapers Warriors       Marquis, Custer on the LBH, p 28
                                               Society
Tanglehorn                 Northern            Captured an army carbine        Marquis, Cheyennes of Montana,
Elk                        Cheyenne                                            p 39
Tanned Nuts                Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 159
Teal Duck                  Lakota              Fled to Canada after the        Papandrea, They Never
                                               Battle                          Surrendered, p 9
The Bud                    Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 157
The Buggar                 Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 160
The Bull                   Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 160
The Chief                  Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 158
The Hand                   Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 161
The Hill                   Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 160
The Last                   Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 157
The Lights                 Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 164
The Man Who                Lakota              Fought alongside Kill Eagle     Graham, Custer Myth, p 48
Walks With
His Dogs
The Man                    Lakota     June 25, Killed in the fight, according to Graham, Custer Myth, p 48
Whose Breast                          1876     Kill Eagle
is Dobbed
With Mud
The Rump                   Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 161
The Shield                 Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 163
The Whore                  Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 163
Thick Face                 Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 162
Thin Elk                   Brule               Warrior                         Lamedeer, Lame Deer, p 26;
                           Lakota                                              Personal ref: Bob Raymond, Brule
                                                                               Lakota, Billings MT
Three Bears    Two Bears   Hunkpapa June 27, Wounded in valley fight –         Hardorff, Hokahey, p 42;
                           Lakota    1876    Died on Wood Louse Creek –        DeMallie, Sixth Grandfather, p
                                             Some sources say Minnikojou       196
Three Hawks                Oglala            Surrendered with Crazy Horse      Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota            - May have been at the Battle     Ledger, p 158
Thunder Bear               Yanktonia         In Reno and Custer fights         Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                                                  LBH Warriors
             Also Known Band and Date of
   Name                                                      Remarks                            Reference
                 As        Tribe Death
                        Nakota                                                   Custer Fight, p 87-92
Thunder Hawk            Brule                      In village - Wounded in BattleHardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                        Lakota                     of the Rosebud                188
Thunder Hawk            Oglala                     Surrendered with Crazy Horse  Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                        Lakota                     - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 158
Thunder Tail            Oglala                     In Rosebud Fight –            Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                        Lakota                     Surrendered with Crazy Horse  Ledger, p 156; Bray, Crazy Horse:
                                                   - May have been at the Battle A Lakota Life,     p 211
Ties His Hair                Northern              Surrendered with Crazy Horse  Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                             Cheyenne              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 162
Tobacco                      Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse  Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                             Lakota                - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 161
Top Lodge                    Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse  Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                             Lakota                - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 158
Torn Belly                   Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse  Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                             Lakota                - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 158
Touch The       Tall Sioux   Minnikojou Sept 5,    Sub Chief                     Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
Clouds                       Lakota     1905                                     39; Johnson, Tribes of The Sioux,
                                                                                 p 20; Hardorff, Surrender and
                                                                                 Death of Crazy Horse, p 48
Touches His                  Northern              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Grub                         Cheyenne              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 156
Tracking                     Santee   1876         He and Sounds The Ground Donovan, A Terrible Glory, p 148,
White Earth                  Dakota                As He Walks were twin sons 233 & 341; Beck, Inkpaduta:
                                                   of Inkpaduta- Fought Custer’s Dakota Leader, p 138
                                                   Column
Tripe                        Northern              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                             Cheyenne              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 156
Tripe Fold                   Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                             Lakota                - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 163
Turkey Legs     Thomas       Northern              Fought in valley fight &      Miller, Custer's Fall, p 154;
                Flying       Cheyenne              charged inside timber - At    Marquis, Keep the Last Bullet for
                                                   LBHB Semi-Centennial 1926 Yourself, p 157; Spear, Bozeman
                                                                                 Trail, p 87
Turtle Rib                   Minnikojou            Arrived at LBH June 24 -      Michno, Lakota Noon, p 145;
                             Lakota                Killed a Ree (Arikara)        Hammer, Custer in '76, p 201-202
Turtle Road                  Southern              In a teepee at the LBH which Powell, People of the Sacred
                             Cheyenne              contained 6 man & 6 women Mountain, p 1005-1006
Twin Bear                    Lakota                1 of 17 Chiefs with Capt Howe Graham, Custer Myth, p 74-75;
                                                   Aug 18, 1881 at Ft Yates who Roberts, Custer’s Last Battle, p
                                                   said they were in the Battle  41
Two Birds                    Northern              With Little Wolf's Band       Miller, Custer's Fall, p 74
                             Cheyenne
Two Bulls                    Yanktonia             Said Custer's soldiers fought    Milligan, “Two Bulls Story of the
                             Nakota                like boys, the men so tired      Custer Fight”, High Noon on the
                                                   and their rifles so poor         Greasy Grass, pages not
                                                                                    numbered
Two Bulls                    Hunkpapa              Saw a woman searching the        Hardorff, Hokahey, p 81
                             Lakota                battlefield, at night, for the
                                                   body of a loved one among all
                                                   those terrible ghostly sights
Two Crows                    Southern              In a teepee at the LBH which Powell, People of the Sacred
                             Cheyenne              contained 6 man & 6 women Mountain, p 1005-1006
                                            LBH Warriors
             Also Known Band and Date of
   Name                                              Remarks                            Reference
                 As        Tribe  Death
Two Eagles              Brule            Said Custer's movements in 2       Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                        Lakota           battalions down Medicine Tail      141-151
                                         & Nye-Cartwright Ridge
Two Face                Oglala           Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                        Lakota           - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 163
Two Feathers            Northern         With Beard, on foot, running &     Viola, Little Bighorn
                        Cheyenne         shooting – After the Battle        Remembered, p 44; Marquis,
                                         they scavenged the battle site     Wooden Leg, p 211
Two Lance               Lakota           Visited the battlefield with       Frost, “The Treat on Reno Hill”,
                                         Major Reynolds & told him of       LBHA Newsletter, (June 1976), p
                                         his participation                  3
Two Moons               Northern 1917    Warrior Chief of The Fox           Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
                        Cheyenne         Warrior Society - In valley,       the Custer Fight, p 95
                                         hilltop & Custer fights
Two Strikes  Knock Off  Brule    1915    Killed 2 soldiers who were          Anderson, Sioux of the Rosebud,
             Two        Lakota           riding on one horse                 p 276; Johansen, Native
                                                                             American Biography,       p 399
Undone                    Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                          Lakota             - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 163
Useful Heart              Lakota             Living at Cheyenne River        Craige, letter to Shoemaker
                                             Agency 1926
Walking                   Northern           Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Medicine                  Cheyenne           - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 156
Walking White             Northern           With hunting party when LBH Personal ref: Douglas War Eagle,
Man                       Cheyenne           Battle began                    Lakota, Dupree SD
Walks In Mud              Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                          Lakota             - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 159
Walks Last                Northern           Pony killed on run past         Marquis, Keep the Last Bullet for
                          Cheyenne           Custer's soldiers, he crawled Yourself , p 158; Spear, Bozeman
                                             away - At LBHB Semi-            Trail, p 87
                                             Centennial 1926
War Shanty                Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                          Lakota             - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 157
Warms His                 Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Blanket                   Lakota             - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 159
Warrior,                  Lakota             Living at Cheyenne River        Craige, letter to Shoemaker
Joseph                                       Agency 1926
Water Snake               Oglala             Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                          Lakota             - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 159
Water, Alex               Oglala             At LBHB Semi-Centennial         Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 26
                          Lakota             1926
Waterman                  Arapahoe           Accused of being a spy &        Graham, Custer Myth, p 109-110
                                             entered the fight to show good
                                             faith
Weasel Bear               Northern   Nov 25, Little Warrior Chief of the Kit Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 212;
                          Cheyenne   1876    Fox Warrior Society             Powell, People of the Sacred
                                                                             Mountain, p 1005; Powell, “High
                                                                             Bull’s Victory Roster”, Montana
                                                                             Magazine of Western History,
                                                                             (Winter 1975), p 19
Weazel Bear               Hunkpapa           Said "When the sun stood        Milligan, Dakota Twilight, p 69 &
                          Lakota             there (he pointed) the Long     169
                                             Hair came to kill me and my
                                                LBH Warriors
               Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                    Remarks                          Reference
                   As       Tribe  Death
                                               people"
Well Knowing Green Grass Arapahoe              Accused of being a spy and         Graham, Custer Myth, p 109-110
One                                            entered the fight to show good
                                               faith
Whirling                   Oglala              Said in a 1920 interview at        Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                           Lakota              Standing Rock that he was in       73 & 211
                                               the Battle
Whirlwind     Little       Northern   June 25, Charged a war bonnet Indian,       Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 224 &
              Whirlwind or Cheyenne 1876       belonging to the soldiers, both    268
              Swift Cloud                      fired, both fell dead – Died at
                                               Little Bighorn
Whistler                   Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 157
Whistler                   Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 163
White Bear                 Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 157
White Bear                 Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                           Lakota              - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 159
White Beard                Lakota              Camp guard, gave his horse         Miller, Custer's Fall, p 92
                                               to a fleeing woman and child
White Bird                 Northern            Wounded in leg during Custer       Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
                           Cheyenne            fight                              the Custer Fight, p 84
White Body                 Northern            Wore a war bonnet in the           Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 244
                           Cheyenne            Battle
White Buffalo              Lakota              Historian of his tribe, listed     Maine, Lone Eagle, p 131-132
                                               Indians killed by Custer's
                                               troops
White Buffalo Many Bullet Northern             Father of Wooden Leg               Michno, Lakota Noon, p 35 & 143
Shaking Off   Wounds       Cheyenne
The Dust
White Bull    Ice or Ice   Northern   1921     Warrior Chief - Born 1837 -        Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
              Bear         Cheyenne            Paraded around wearing             the Custer Fight, p 37-40; Michno,
                                               guidon                             Lakota Noon, p 302
White Bull    Joseph       Minnikojou July 21, Fought in valley, Reno Hill &      Michno, Lakota Noon, p 25;
              White Bull   Lakota     1947     battle ridge - Wounded in          Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                                               ankle - Living at Standing         107; Vestal, Warpath, p 203;
                                               Rock Agency 1929                   Spear, Bozeman Trail, p 89;
                                                                                  Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p
                                                                                  25
White Bull     White Buffalo Hunkpapa June 25, Killed in valley fight             Michno, Lakota Noon, p 70 & 88;
               Bull          Lakota   1876                                        Hardorff, Hokahey, p 43; Vestal,
                                                                                  Warpath, p 204; Hardorff, Lakota
                                                                                  Recollections, p 110
White Clay                  Cheyenne              Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                                                  - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 156
White Cloud                 Oglala                Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota                - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 163
White Cow                   Oglala      1942      Sharpshooter who fired at       Graham, Custer Myth, p 96-97;
Bull                        Lakota                Reno Hill & killed several      Miller, Custer's Fall, p 124-125;
                                                  soldiers                        Michno, Lakota Noon, p 309
White Cow                   Oglala                Living at Standing Rock         Vestal, New Sources of Indian
Walking                     Lakota                Agency 1929                     History, p 180; Hardorff, Indian
                                                 LBH Warriors
                Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                       Remarks                        Reference
                    As       Tribe  Death
                                                                                   Views of the Custer Fight, p 133
White Dress                    Oglala              Showed John Stands In           Stands In Timber & Liberty,
                               Lakota              Timber where a Lakota was       Cheyenne Memories, p 207
                                                   killed in the valley fight
White Eagle                    Minnikojou June 25, Killed near the foot of Reno    Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                               Lakota     1876     Hill – Some sources say         110; Maine, Lone Eagle, p 132;
                                                   Oglala                          Vestal, Warpath, p 204
White Eagle                    Santee              Leader of 15-20 lodges at the   Beck, Inkpaduta: Dakota Leader,
                               Dakota              southern end of the camp,       p 135; Jensen, Voices of the
                                                   according to Gall & Crazy       American West, p 311
                                                   Horse – listed as Yankton
White Elk       Wandering      Northern   1914     Wore a war bonnet in the        Stands In Timber & Liberty,
                Buffalo Bull   Cheyenne            Battle and captured a cavalry   Cheyenne Memories, p 208;
                                                   horse                           Hook, Warriors LBH, p 37;
                                                                                   Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 244
White                          Hunkpapa            Brother of Beautiful White      McLaughlin, My Friend the Indian,
Eyebrows                       Lakota              Cow                             p 43
White Face                     Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                               Lakota              - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 163
White Face                     Lakota              Living at Standing Rock         Vestal, New Sources of Indian
Bear                                               Agency 1929                     History, p 180
White Foot                     Santee              With Inkpaduta’s Band – An      Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
Print                          Dakota              uncle of Charles Eastman        78; Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                                                                                   Custer Fight, p 35
White Ghost                    Hunkpapa            Sub-Chief                       Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                               Lakota                                              Custer Fight, p 90
White Glass                    Northern            Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Eye                            Cheyenne            - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 156
White Hair                     Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                               Lakota              - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 157
White Hair On                  Hunkpapa            Age 20 at time of battle and    Michno, Lakota Noon, p 148;
Face                           Lakota              fought on foot                  Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                                                                                   Custer Fight, p 148
White Hawk                     Lakota              Living at Cheyenne River        Craige, letter to Shoemaker
                                                   Agency 1926
White Hawk                     Northern            Little Warrior Chief of the     Powell, People of the Sacred
                               Cheyenne            Elkhorn Warrior Society -       Mountain, p 1005
                                                   Living 1908
White Hollow                   Minnikojou          Chief                          Howard, Warrior Who Killed
Horn                           Lakota                                             Custer, p 31
White Horse                    Southern            Dog Soldier - At LBHB Semi- Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p 26;
                               Cheyenne            Centennial in 1926             Liddic, I Buried Custer, p 195
White Lodge                    Santee              Traveled from Manitoba with Donovan, A Terrible Glory, p 85;
                               Dakota              Inkpaduta to Sitting’s camp, Diedrich, Sitting Bull Speeches, p
                                                   arrived April 1876 & was in    75; Waggoner, letter to Herriott
                                                   the Battle
White Moon                     Northern            Brother of Kate Bighead - At Marquis, Custer on the LBH,
                               Cheyenne            LBHB Semi-Centennial 1926 opposite page 36; Ostrander,
                                                                                  Semi-Centennial, p 26
White Powder                   Cheyenne            Visited the battlefield with   Frost, “The Treat on Reno Hill”,
                                                   Major Reynolds & told him of LBHA Newsletter, (June 1976), p
                                                   his participation              3
White Rabbit                   Oglala              Retrieved a fine cavalry horse “Wood Mountain Biographies”,
                                                LBH Warriors
                Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                               Remarks                                  Reference
                    As        Tribe Death
                           Lakota           during the Battle - Went to              www.cicilizarion.ca; Buecker,
                                            Canada in 1877 and stayed                Crazy Horse Surrender Ledger, p
                                                                                     157
White Shield    Young Black Southern May 2,       Said the gray horse company        Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
                Bird        Cheyenne 1918         held their horses to the last -    the Custer Fight, p 48-59;
                                                  Son of Spotted Wolf                Grinnell, The Fighting Cheyennes,
                                                                                     p 352
White Swan      Paul Swan     Minnikojou Sept 30, Chief                              Howard, Warrior Who Killed
                              Lakota     1900                                        Custer, p 31; Sprague, Cheyenne
                                                                                     River Sioux, p 30; Personal ref:
                                                                                     Bruce Brown Wolf, Lakota, Eagle
                                                                                     Butte SD
White Tail                    Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse       Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Lakota              - May have been at the Battle      Ledger, p 157
White                         Yanktonia           Saw Custer’s men come              Riggs, Sunset to Sunset, p 92 &
Thunder,                      Nakota              down toward the river then         97; Powers, The Killing of Crazy
Daniel                                            turn back                          Horse, p 312
White                         Northern            Left with White Bull (Ice) after   Powell, People of the Sacred
Whiskers                      Cheyenne            the Battle & traveled with         Mountain, p 1046
                                                  Crazy Horse
White Wolf      Shot In The  Northern             Had a repeating rifle in the       Stands In Timber & Liberty,
                Head         Cheyenne             Battle                             Cheyenne Memories, p 206
Wild Hog                     Northern             Little Warrior Chief of the        Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
                             Cheyenne             Elkhorn Warrior Society            the Custer Fight, p 84
Wild Horse                   Oglala               Oglala Chief                       Kimmel, Custer, Cody and the
                             Lakota                                                  Last Indian Wars, p 151
With Horns      Runs Against Minnikojou           Fought Custer's column -           Vestal, Warpath, p 72, 137 & 201
                             Lakota               Removed wounded White Bull
                                                  from the Battlefield
Wolf            Peter Wolf    Minnikojou 1918     Fought with Crazy Horse in    Personal ref; Ira Blue Coat, Sans
                              Lakota              the Battle                    Arc Lakota, Eagle Butte SD;
                                                                                Personal ref: Douglas War Eagle,
                                                                                Lakota, Dupree SD
Wolf Chief                    Northern            Gave Thomas Marquis           Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
                              Cheyenne            important points about the    the Custer Fight, p 42 & 45
                                                  Battle
Wolf Medicine                 Northern 1930       Little Warrior Chief in the   Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 211 &
                              Cheyenne            Elkhorn Scrapers Warrior      244; Marquis, letter to Brininstool;
                                                  Society - Wore a war bonnet Powell, People of the Sacred
                                                  in the Battle                 Mountain, p 1005
Wolf Name       William Wolf Northern             At LBHB Semi-Centennial       Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p
                Name         Cheyenne             1926                          26
Wolf Tooth                   Northern 1907        Fought Custer's column –      Stands In Timber & Liberty,
                             Cheyenne             Born 1820                     Cheyenne Memories, p 209;
                                                                                Powell, Sweet Medicine, p 114-
                                                                                115; Liberty, notes from John
                                                                                Stands In Timber, p 323
Wolf Voice                    Gros                Married a Cheyenne woman - Wagner, Old Neutriment, p 209 &
                              Ventre              Said Curley could not have    233 – Powell, People of the
                                                  been in the fight. no one got Sacred Mountain, p 1137
                                                  away
Woman Bone                    Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                              Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 160
Wood Boat                     Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                                            LBH Warriors
             Also Known Band and Date of
   Name                                                Remarks                         Reference
                 As        Tribe    Death
                        Lakota               - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 158
Wood Pile               Minnikojou 1911      Rode a fast buffalo horse in    Riggs, Sunset to Sunset, p 143;
                        Lakota               the Battle                      Vestal, Warpath, p 39 & 272
Wood Root               Oglala               Surrendered with Crazy Horse    Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                        Lakota               - May have been at the Battle   Ledger, p 161
Wooden Knife            Minnikojou           Warrior, gave information       Masters, Shadows Fall across the
                        Lakota               about the Battle in 1936        Little Horn, p 30; Powers, The
                                                                             Killing of Crazy Horse, p 410
Wooden Leg      Eats From   Northern 1940    Warrior in the Elkhorn          Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 208-271;
                The Hand    Cheyenne         Scrapers Society - Age 18 at Johansen, Native American
                                             time of Battle - Camp guard & Biography, p 428
                                             in the Battle
Wooden                      Northern         Son of Little Wolf - Camp       Powell, People of the Sacred
Thigh                       Cheyenne         guard & in the Battle           Mountain, p 1161
Worm                        Oglala   1881    Father of Crazy Horse           Sandoz, Crazy Horse, p 328;
                            Lakota                                           Hardorff, Surrender and Death of
                                                                             Crazy Horse, p 56
Wounded Eye                 Northern         Captured U S canteens at the Liberty, notes from John Stands
                            Cheyenne         Battle and later used them to In Timber, p 448
                                             carry water
Wounded                     Minnikojou       One of the richest Indians with Vestal, Sitting Bull, p 159;
Hand                        Lakota           about 100 horses at the LBH Hardorff, Indian Views of the
                                                                             Custer Fight, p 163
Wounded                     Lakota           Fought for Sitting Bull during MacEwan, Sitting Bull; The Years
Horse                                        the Battle, went to Canada      in Canada, p 203
                                             and stayed, according to his
                                             grandson
Wounded In                  Oglala           Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
Back                        Lakota           - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 164
Wounded Lice                Oglala           On Scout with Lazy White Bull Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                            Lakota           & encountered the Montana 123
                                             column
Wrinkled Face               Oglala           Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota           - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 160
Wrinkler                    Oglala           Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                            Lakota           - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 157
Yellow Bears                Lakota           Wounded in the Battle –         Lt Col F D Grant, report to R C
                                             Turned in a U S Springfield     Dunn, Sept 5, 1876
                                             when he surrendered at
                                             Cheyenne River Agency
Yellow Bull                 Lakota           In photo with 2 other Warriors Sprague, Pine Ridge Reservation,
                                             who were at the LBH Battle      p 35
Yellow Cloud                Sans Arc         A Sans Arc Chief                Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                            Lakota                                           151
Yellow Dog                  Northern         In Rosebud and Custer           Vaughn, With Crook on the
                            Cheyenne         Battles, indicated Cheyenne Rosebud, p 44; Hunt, I Fought
                                             Warriors wore buffalo horn      With Custer, p 222
                                             caps in the Battle
Yellow Eagle                Arapahoe         Accused of being a spy &        Graham, Custer Myth, p 109-110
                                             entered the fight to show good
                                             faith
Yellow Eagle                Northern         On a scout, spotted Crook on Greene, Lakota and Cheyenne, p
                            Cheyenne         the Rosebud and hurried back 24; Stewart, Custer’s Luck, p 200
                                                 LBH Warriors
                Also Known Band and Date of
    Name                                                      Remarks                          Reference
                    As       Tribe  Death
                                                   to warn the camp - May have
                                                   been at the Battle
Yellow Fly                     Arapahoe            Accused of being a spy &         Graham, Custer Myth, p 109-110
                                                   entered the fight to show good
                                                   faith
Yellow Hair                    Northern            Fought Reno & Custer             Michno, Lakota Noon, p 35, 145 &
                               Cheyenne            columns - Older brother of       291
                                                   Wooden Leg
Yellow Horse                   Northern            Camp guard & in the Battle       Marquis, Wooden Leg, p 257
                               Cheyenne
Yellow Horse                   Oglala              Said 83 Indians were killed      Hardorff, Hokahey, p 125
                               Lakota              and others were dying from
                                                   their wounds
Yellow Left                    Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse  Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                               Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 158
Yellow Nose                    Northern            Fought Custer's column &      Stands In Timber & Liberty,
                               Cheyenne            captured a guidon             Cheyenne Memories, p 202;
                                                                                 Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
                                                                                 the Custer Fight, p 53
Yellow Robe                    Oglala              Surrendered with Crazy Horse Buecker, Crazy Horse Surrender
                               Lakota              - May have been at the Battle Ledger, p 163
Yellow Weasel                  Northern            Captured a Bugle              Miller, Custer's Fall, p 174
                               Cheyenne
Yells At        Rooster        Lakota              In Rosebud Fight - May have Greene, Lakota and Cheyenne, p
Daybreak                                           been at the Battle              20
Young Bear                     Lakota     June 25, Killed fighting Custer's column Maine, Lone Eagle, p 132
                                          1876
Young Box                      Northern   1876     Killed a few days after the     Powell, People of the Sacred
Elder                          Cheyenne            Battle by a Sheep Eater in the Mountain, p 1044
                                                   Big Horn Mountains
Young Eagle     Callous Leg    Hunkpapa            17 years old in the Custer      Vestal, New Sources of Indian
                               Lakota              fight – Fought on the side of History, p 180; Hardorff, Indian
                                                   Calhoun Hill - Living at        Views of the Custer Fight, p 129-
                                                   Standing Rock Agency 1929 130; Milligan, Dakota Twilight, p
                                                                                   170
Young Hawk                     Hunkpapa            At LBHB Semi-Centennial         Ostrander, Semi-Centennial, p
                               Lakota              1926                            25
Young Little    Laban Little   Northern   1927     First saw Custer at Medicine Michno, Lakota Noon, p 159 &
Wolf            Wolf or Red    Cheyenne            Tail Coulee                     211; Hardorff, Cheyenne
                Bird                                                               Memories of the Custer Fight, p
                                                                                   89-92
Young Sitting Drumpacker Oglala           Dec 16, Killed in attempt to surrender Vestal, New Sources of Indian
Bull                     Lakota           1876     to Miles - May have been at History, p 182; Greene,
                                                   the Battle                      Yellowstone Command, p 150
Young Skunk                    Oglala     June 25, Killed fighting Custer's column Hardorff, Lakota Recollections, p
                               Lakota     1876                                     121; Blish, A Pictographic History
                                                                                   of the Oglala Sioux, p 246; Maine,
                                                                                   Lone Eagle, p 132
Young Two       John Two       Northern            Said Indians were pretty well Maine, Lone Eagle, p 132;
Moons           Moons          Cheyenne            armed in the Battle             Hardorff, Cheyenne Memories of
                                                                                   the Custer Fight, p 151-163

								
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