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(?) Flying Back1 (F)
(1884 - ), #37873
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     Also known as (?) Kinyanku Win.1 The nationality of (?) Flying Back was Kiyuska Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 (?) Flying Back was born in 1884.1 She was the daughter of (?) White Wolf and (?) Hog.1 She was listed as "daughter" and residing in the home of (?) White Wolf on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Medicine Root District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.

Millie Flying Blanket1,2,3 (F)
(1869 - ), #38511

     The nationality of Millie Flying Blanket was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1,2,3 Also known as Tasina Kinyan.3 Millie Flying Blanket was born in 1869.2,3 Another source states that her was also listed with a birthdate in 1871.1 She married (?) Kills Close circa 1886.1,2 She was listed "daughter-in-law" and residing in the home of (?) Sitting Weasel on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1 She was listed as residing with her husband (?) Kills Close on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.2 She was listed as residing with her husband (?) Kills Close on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 25, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.3

Child of Millie Flying Blanket and (?) Kills Close
(?) Looks For Nothing b. Apr, 18942

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.
  2. [S269] 1894.
  3. [S561] June 30th 1895.

(?) Flying By1,2,3,4 (M)
(1832 - ), #18518

     The nationality of (?) Flying By was Tasnaheca Oglala Lakota Sioux; Tacnahetca (Tahnahe?a), Gopher.2 Also known as (?) Kiyan.3 Also known as (?) Kiyan Hiyaya.1,4 (?) Flying By was born in 1832.1,2 Another source states that his was also listed with a birthdate in 1833.4 And yet another source states that his was also listed with a birthdate in 1835.3 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Medicine Root District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1890.2 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1892.3 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Pass Creek District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on June 30, 1895.4 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Pass Creek District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on June 30, 1904.1

Citations

  1. [S159] 1904.
  2. [S47] 1890.
  3. [S556] 1892.
  4. [S561] June 30th 1895.

(?) Flying By1 (M)
(1859 - ), #35880

     The nationality of (?) Flying By was Cheyenne.1 He married (?) Coyote.1 (?) Flying By was born in 1859.1 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1890.1

Child of (?) Flying By and (?) Coyote
(?) Small b. 18871

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.

(?) Flying By1 (F)
(1812 - ), #37844

     The nationality of (?) Flying By was Kiyuska Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 Also known as (?) Kinyawinla.1 (?) Flying By was born in 1812.1 She was listed as "mother" and residing in the home of (?) Plenty Bear on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Medicine Root District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1

Child of (?) Flying By
(?) Plenty Bear b. 18451

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.

(?) Flying By1 (F)
(1833 - ), #44182

     The nationality of (?) Flying By was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 (?) Flying By was born in 1833.1 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on June 30, 1894.1

Citations

  1. [S269] 1894.

(?) Flying Day1,2 (M)
(September, 1893 - ), #43513
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     Also known as (?) Anpetu Kiyan.1,2 The nationality of (?) Flying Day was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1,2 (?) Flying Day was born in September, 1893.1,2 He was the son of (?) High Horse.1,2 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) High Horse on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) High Horse on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.2

Citations

  1. [S269] 1894.
  2. [S561] June 30th 1895.

(?) Flying Hail1 (F)
(1833 - ), #44291

     The nationality of (?) Flying Hail was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 Also known as (?) Wasu Kiyan.1 (?) Flying Hail was born in 1833.1 She was listed as "grandmother" and residing in the home of (?) Goes In Center on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1

Child of (?) Flying Hail
(?) Unknown+ b. 18531

Citations

  1. [S561] June 30th 1895.

(?) Flying Hawk1,2,3 (M)
(1856 - ), #41608

     The nationality of (?) Flying Hawk was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1,2,3 Also known as (?) Cetan Kiyan.1,2,3 (?) Flying Hawk was born in 1856.1,2,3 He married (?) Looks Coming Out circa 1881.1,2,3 He married (?) White Day circa 1881.1,2,3 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA, on July 1, 1892.1 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA, on July 1, 1894.2 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA, on June 25, 1895.3

Child of (?) Flying Hawk
(?) Kills First b. 18821,2,3

Citations

  1. [S556] 1892.
  2. [S269] 1894.
  3. [S561] June 30th 1895.

Chief (?) Flying Hawk1,2,3 (M)
(March, 1852 - December 24, 1931), #14345
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     Also known as (?) Cetan Kinyan.1 The nationality of Chief (?) Flying Hawk was Oyuhkpe Teton Lakota. Chief (?) Flying Hawk was born in March, 1852 at near Rapid Creek, Lakota Territory; "I was born four miles below where Rapid City now is, in 1852, about full moon in March. "My father was Black Fox and my mother's name was Iron Cedarwoman. "-[357].1,3 He was the son of Chief (?) Black Fox and (?) Iron Cedar Woman.3 Chief (?) Flying Hawk was war circa 1862 at Tongue River Region; "When ten years old I was in my first battle on the Tongue River—Montana now. It was an Overland Train of covered wagons who had soldiers with them. The way it was started, the soldiers fired on the Indians, our tribe, only a few of us. We went to our friends and told them we had been fired on by the soldiers, and they surrounded the train and we had a fight with them. I do not know how many we killed of the soldiers, but they killed four of us. "After that we had a good many battles, but I did not take any scalps for a good while. I cannot tell how many I killed when a young man."[357].3 He was war on June 26, 1876 at Battle of the Little Big Horn, Lakota Territory; Chapter 4 - THE CUSTER FIGHT
Dinner over, the old man wished to sit on the open veranda in the clear pure air and see the sunset shadows grow slowly over the hills and valleys all about. Another pipe-smoke to get his mind centered properly on the old times, and after a short time of quiet he began to relate the incidents of the Custer fight: "The Indians were camped along the west side of the Big Horn in a flat valley. We saw a dust but did not know what caused it. Some Indians said it was the soldiers coming. The chief saw a flag on a pole on the hill. "The soldiers made a long line and fired into our tepees among our women and children. That was the first we knew of any trouble. The women got their children by the hand and caught up their babies and ran in every direction. "The Indian men got .their horses and guns as quick as they could and went after the soldiers. Kicking Bear and Crazy Horse were in the lead. There was thick timber and when they got out of the timber there was where the first of the fight was. "The dust was thick and we could hardly see. We got right among the soldiers and killed a lot with our bows and arrows and tomahawks. Crazy Horse was ahead of all, and he killed a lot of them with his war-club; he pulled them off their horses when they tried to get across the river where the bank was steep. Kicking Bear was right beside him and he killed many too in the water. "This fight was in the upper part of the valley where most of the Indians were camped. It was some of the Reno soldiers that came after us there. It was in 'the day just before dinner when the soldiers attacked us. When we went after them they tried to run into the timber and get over the water where they had left their wagons. The bank was about this high (12 ft. indicated) and steep, and they got off their horses and tried to climb out of the water on their hands and knees, but we killed nearly all of them when they were running through the woods and in the water. The ones that got across the river and up the hill dug holes and stayed in them. "The soldiers that were on the hill with the pack-horses began to fire on us. About this time all the Indians had got their horses and guns and bows and arrows and war-clubs, and they charged the soldiers in the east and north on top of the hill. Custer was farther north than these soldiers were then. He was going to attack the lower end of the village. We drove nearly all that got away from us down the hill along the ridge where another lot of soldiers were trying to make a stand. "Crazy Horse and I left the crowd and rode down along the river. We came to a ravine; then we followed up the gulch to a place in the rear of the soldiers that were making the stand on the hill. Crazy Horse gave his horse to me to hold along with my 'horse. He crawled up the ravine to where he could see the soldiers. He shot them as fast as he could load his gun. They fell off their horses as fast as he could shoot. (Here the chief swayed rapidly back and forth to show how fast they fell). When they found they were being killed so fast, the ones that were left broke and ran as fast as their horses could go to some other soldiers that were further along the ridge toward Custer. Here they tried to make another stand and fired some shots, but we rushed them on along the ridge to where Custer was. Then they made another stand (the third) and rallied a few minutes. Then they went on along the ridge and got with Custer's men. "Other Indians came to us after we got most of the men at the ravine. We all kept after them until they got to where Custer was. There was only a few of them left then. "By that time all the Indians in the village had got their horses and guns and watched Custer. When Custer got nearly to the lower end of the camp, he started to go down a gulch, but the Indians were surrounding him, and he tried to fight. They got off their horses and made a stand but it was no use. Their horses ran down the ravine right into the village. The squaws caught them as fast as they came. One of them was a sorrel with white stocking. Long time after some of our relatives told us they had seen Custer on that kind of a horse when he was on .the way to the Big Horn. "When we got them surrounded the fight was over in one hour. There was so much dust we could not see much, but the Indians rode around and yelled the war-whoop and shot into the soldiers as fast as they could until they were all dead. One soldier was running away to the east but Crazy Horse saw him and jumped on his pony and went after him. He got him about half a mile from the place where the others were lying dead. The smoke was lifted so we could see a little. We got off our horses and went and took the rings and money and watches from the soldiers. We took some clothes off too, and all the guns and pistols. We got seven hundred guns and pistols. Then we went back to the women and children and got them together that were not killed or hurt. "[357].3 He was war in 1882 at Crow Territory; When I was twenty years old we went to the Crows and stole a lot of horses. The Crows discovered us and followed us all night. When daylight came we saw them behind us. I was the leader. We turned back to fight the Crows. I killed one and took his scalp and a field glass and a Crow necklace from him. We chased the others back a long way and then caught up with our own men again and went on. It was a very cold winter. There were twenty of us and each had four hourses. We got them home all right and it was a good trip that time. We had a scalp dance when we got back. "We soon moved camp. One night the Piegans came and killed one of our people. We trailed them in the snow all night. At dawn we came up to them. One Piegan stopped. The others went on. We surrounded the one. He was a brave man. I started for him. He raised his gun to shoot when I was twenty feet away. I dropped to the ground and his bullet went over me; then I jumped on him and cut him through below the ribs and scalped him. We tied the scalp to a long pole. The women blacked their faces and we had a big dance over it. "The next day I started out again with some men and we ran into a Crow camp. We got into that camp by moonlight, but we got caught. They started to fire on us. We all ran into a deep gulch. We got out, but when it was day we saw them coming with a herd 'of horses, going back to the Crow camp. We got in front of them and hid in a hollow. When I looked out I saw they had Sioux horses which they had stolen from our camp. "A big Crow was ahead and the others were riding behind. I took a good aim at the big Crow and shot him in the chest. The rest of them left the horses and ran away. The big Crow was still living. I took another shot at him, then I took his scalp. We took all the horses they had stolen. There were sixty-nine head that time. "Some time after we went to hunt buffalo. All the men went on this hunt. While we were butchering the kill some Piegans were coming. We went to meet them and had a fight. Some missed their 'horses and were running on foot. I was on a good fast horse. I ran over one and knocked him down and fell on him and scalped him alive (ugh). Another one of my people was close by and he shot the one I scalped. This fight was below where Fort Peck is. "More Piegans came. More of them than us. We were attacked by the Piegans. I kneeled down beside a sage bush. A Piegan shot at me but missed. I shot at him and hit his horse. It went down. Then I turned back and ran into a Piegan. Four of them were butchering buffaloes. I shot at them but missed. The Piegans ran and left their horses, and I took them all. We killed three of the Piegans. They shot one of our horses through the head. The fight was over and the Piegans went to a hill. "On the way back we ran into a lot of Crows and we had a fight on horseback. We chased them but no one was killed. We had a scalp dance on the Piegans."[357].3 He married (?) Eagle Pipe after 1888.1 Chief (?) Flying Hawk lived after 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA; "One of the major Oglala bands of the 19th Century was the Oyuhkpe, which settled on Pine Ridge Reservation in the Wounded Knee District. In the 19th Century its great leaders included such chiefs as Tobacco, White Plume, Black Fox, the latter’s son Kicking Bear, and Big Road – in every case men with strong links to the Northern Lakota divisions. The band has always had very strong Miniconjou connections. It is my belief that the Oyuhkpe band actually was part of the Miniconjou oyate for much of the period 1760-1830. Subsequently they shifted back to the Oglala circle, but continued to maintain very strong Northern Lakota links – especially Miniconjou, but also to the Itazipco and Hunkpapa – until the reservation system terminated the old migratory way of life. Crazy Horse had very strong ties to this band – indeed an agency document from 1874 states that he was an Oyuhkpe. One Oyuhkpe sub-band was known as the Wakan or Sacred band (it may be the outfit to which Kicking Bear’s family belonged). My reconstruction of early Lakota history suggests that this was a very conservative band, with strong links to the Calf Pipe Keepers; sister tiyospaye existed among the Itazipco and Hunkpapa."-[Bray].2
Flying Hawk. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.
(?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on June 30, 1904.1 He died on December 24, 1931 at age 79.

Citations

  1. [S159] 1904.
  2. [S307] .
  3. [S357] M. I. McCreight, The True Story of Custer's Last Fight As told by CHIEF FLYING HAWK M. I. McCREIGHT (Tchanta Tanka), 1936, http://community-2.webtv.net/Wimz/CHIEFFLYINGHAWKS/.

David Flying Hawk Jr.1 (F)
(1948 - October 16, 2006), #20416

     David Flying Hawk Jr. was born in 1948.1 She died on October 16, 2006 at Martin, Bennett Co., South Dakota, USA; ROCKYFORD - David Flying Hawk Jr., 58, Rockyford, died Monday, Oct. 16, 2006, in Martin. He served in the U.S. Army. Survivors include two sons, Ivan White Butterfly, Manderson, and John Yellow Boy; one daughter, Renee Yellow Boy, Scottsbluff, Neb; and five sisters, Kathryn Richards and Marcella Flying Hawk-Cottier, both of Pine Ridge, Prudy Flying Hawk, Alliance, Neb., Verna Delatore, Martin, and Geraldine Jarrett, Denver. A one-night wake will begin at 1 p.m. today, at St. Agnes Church Hall in Manderson. Services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 19, at the church hall, with the Rev. Chris Collins officiating. Burial will be at St. Peter's Catholic Cemetery in Rockyford. Sioux Funeral Home of Pine Ridge is in charge of arrangements. Published in the Rapid City Journal on 10/18/2006.1

Citations

  1. [S150] Obituaries.

Felix Flying Hawk1 (M)
(1881 - ), #16998

     Felix Flying Hawk was born in 1881.1 He married Clara (?) circa 1899.1 Felix was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on June 30, 1904.1

Citations

  1. [S159] 1904.

(?) Flying Horse1 (M)
(1836 - ), #39357

     The nationality of (?) Flying Horse was Wablenica Oglala Lakota Sioux.1,2 Also known as (?) Tasunke Kinyan.1 (?) Flying Horse was born in 1836.1 He married (?) Ringing circa 1878.1 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1890.1

Children of (?) Flying Horse and (?) Ringing
(?) Flying Horse Jr. b. 18783
(?) Little Bull b. 18823

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.
  2. [S269] 1894.
  3. [S556] 1892.

(?) Flying Horse Jr.1,2,3 (M)
(1878 - ), #41833
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     Also known as (?) Tasunka Kiyela.2,3 The nationality of (?) Flying Horse Jr. was Wablenica Oglala Lakota Sioux. Also known as (?) Sung Inyanka.1 (?) Flying Horse Jr. was born in 1878.1,2,3 He was the son of (?) Flying Horse and (?) Ringing.1 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1892.1 He was listed as "grandson" and residing in the home of (?) Bone on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.2 He was listed as "grandson" and residing in the home of (?) Bone on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.3

Citations

  1. [S556] 1892.
  2. [S269] 1894.
  3. [S561] June 30th 1895.

(?) Flying Red1 (F)
(1847 - ), #37057

     The nationality of (?) Flying Red was Siksicela Itazipaco Lakota Sioux.1 Also known as (?) Kinyan Luta.1 (?) Flying Red was born in 1847.1 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1890.1

Child of (?) Flying Red
(?) Clown b. 18771

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.

(?) Flying Red1,2,3 (M)
(1831 - ), #40642

     The nationality of (?) Flying Red was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1,2,3 Also known as (?) Kiyan Luta.1,2,3 (?) Flying Red was born in 1831.1,2,3 He married (?) Owns A Horse before July 1, 1892.1,3 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA, on July 1, 1892.1 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA, on July 1, 1894.2 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA, on June 30, 1895.3

Citations

  1. [S556] 1892.
  2. [S269] 1894.
  3. [S561] June 30th 1895.

(?) Flying Red1 (F)
(1819 - ), #41426

     The nationality of (?) Flying Red was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 Also known as (?) Sa Kiyanka.1 (?) Flying Red was born in 1819.1 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA, on July 1, 1892.1

Child of (?) Flying Red
Nicholas Iron Crow b. 18771

Citations

  1. [S556] 1892.

(?) Flying Snow1,2,3,4 (M)
(1872 - ), #36093
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     Also known as (?) Fog.2,3,4 Also known as (?) Opo.2,3,4 The nationality of (?) Flying Snow was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1,2,4 Also known as (?) Waopo.1 (?) Flying Snow was born in 1872.1,2,3,4 He was the son of (?) Fly and (?) Her Horse.1,2,3,4 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) Fly on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) Fly on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.2 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) Fly on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.3 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) Fly on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1896 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wakpamini District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.4

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.
  2. [S269] 1894.
  3. [S561] June 30th 1895.
  4. [S158] June 30th, 1896.

(?) Flying Squirrel1 (M)
(1873 - ), #37410
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     Also known as (?) Tasnahica Kinyan.1 The nationality of (?) Flying Squirrel was Sore Back Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux; Tcañka oqa?, Sore Backs (of horses) , Chankaokhan.1 (?) Flying Squirrel was born in 1873.1 He was the son of (?) Red Shirt and (?) Gray Woman.1 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) Red Shirt on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.

(?) Flying Walker1,2,3,4 (M)
(1891 - ), #42441
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     Also known as (?) Flies About.3,4 Also known as (?) Okinyan.4 The nationality of (?) Flying Walker was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1,2,3,4 Also known as (?) Kinyan Mani.1 (?) Flying Walker was born in 1891.1,2,4 He was the son of (?) White Elk and Martha Iron In The House.1,3,4,2 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) White Elk on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1892 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) White Elk on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1,2 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) White Elk on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.3 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) White Elk on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 19, 1896 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.4

Citations

  1. [S556] 1892.
  2. [S269] 1894.
  3. [S561] June 30th 1895.
  4. [S158] June 30th, 1896.

(?) Flying Woman1 (F)
(1863 - ), #35522
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     (?) Flying Woman was born in 1863.1 She was the daughter of (?) Sioux Woman.1 She was listed as "daughter" and residing in the home of (?) Sioux Woman on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.

(?) Flying Woman1,2,3 (F)
(1889 - ), #43692
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     Also known as (?) Kinyan Win.2,3 The nationality of (?) Flying Woman was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1,2,3 Also known as (?) Winyan Kinyan.1 (?) Flying Woman was born in 1889.1,2,3 She was the daughter of (?) Pretty Woman.1,2,3 She was listed as "daughter" and residing in the home of (?) Pretty Woman on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Medicine Root District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA.1 She was listed "step-daughter" and residing in the home of Isaac Old Shield on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA.2 She was listed "step-daughter" and residing in the home of Isaac Old Shield on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 19, 1896 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA.3

Citations

  1. [S269] 1894.
  2. [S561] June 30th 1895.
  3. [S158] June 30th, 1896.

Sarah Flying Woman1,2 (F)
(1890 - ), #44144

     The nationality of Sarah Flying Woman was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1,2 Also known as Kiya Win.2 Also known as Kiyan Win.1 Sarah Flying Woman was born in 1890.1,2 She was listed as "niece" and residing in the home of (?) Charging Thunder on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1 She was listed as "niece" and residing in the home of (?) Charging Thunder on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.2

Citations

  1. [S269] 1894.
  2. [S561] June 30th 1895.

(?) Flying1 (F)
(1887 - ), #35801
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     The nationality of (?) Flying was Cheyenne.1 (?) Flying was born in 1887.1 She was the daughter of (?) Wolf Chief and (?) Many Stands.1 She was listed as "daughter" and residing in the home of (?) Wolf Chief on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.

(?) Flying1,2,3,4 (F)
(1832 - ), #37232

     Also known as (?) Kiyan Win.4 The nationality of (?) Flying was Oglala Lakota Sioux.2,3 Also known as (?) Kinyan.2 Also known as (?) Kinyana Win.1 Also known as (?) Flying Woman.2,3 (?) Flying was born in 1807.1 Another source states that her was also listed with a birthdate in 1832.2,3,4 She was listed as "mother" and residing in the home of (?) Smoke Woman on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1 She was listed as "mother" and residing in the home of (?) Smoke Woman on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1892 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.2 She was listed as "mother" and residing in the home of (?) Smoke Woman on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.3 She was listed as "mother" and residing in the home of (?) Smoke Woman on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.4

Child of (?) Flying
(?) Smoke Woman+ b. 18631,3,4,2

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.
  2. [S556] 1892.
  3. [S269] 1894.
  4. [S561] June 30th 1895.

(?) Flying1 (F)
(1874 - ), #38233
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     Also known as (?) Hinyewinla.1 The nationality of (?) Flying was Kuhinya Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 (?) Flying was born in 1874.1 She was the daughter of (?) Groaning Bear and (?) Drinking Water.1 She was listed as "daughter" and residing in the home of (?) Groaning Bear on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Medicine Root District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.

(?) Flying1 (F)
(1871 - ), #38649
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     Also known as (?) Kiye Win.1 The nationality of (?) Flying was Oyuhkpe Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 (?) Flying was born in 1871.1 She was the daughter of (?) Red Shell.1 She was listed as "sister" and residing in the home of (?) Walking Cheyenne on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.

(?) Flying1,2,3,4 (M)
(1886 - ), #41275
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     Also known as (?) Kiyan.1,2,3,4 The nationality of (?) Flying was Wablenica Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 (?) Flying was born in 1886.1,2,3,4 He was the son of Joseph Kills In Water and (?) Hawk Woman.1,2,3,4 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of Joseph Kills In Water on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1892 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA.1 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of Joseph Kills In Water on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA.2 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of Joseph Kills In Water on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA.3 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of Joseph Kills In Water on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1896 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA.4

Citations

  1. [S556] 1892.
  2. [S269] 1894.
  3. [S561] June 30th 1895.
  4. [S158] June 30th, 1896.

(?) Flying1,2,3 (M)
(1885 - ), #43830
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     Also known as (?) Kiyan.1 Also known as (?) Kinyan.2 The nationality of (?) Flying was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1,2,3 (?) Flying was born in 1885.1,2,3 He was the son of (?) Medicine Boy and (?) Iron White Cow.2,3,1 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA, on July 1, 1892.2 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) Medicine Boy on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA.1 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) Medicine Boy on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA.3

Citations

  1. [S269] 1894.
  2. [S556] 1892.
  3. [S561] June 30th 1895.

(?) Flying-Bird1 (F)
(circa 1835 - January 15, 1928), #8377

     (?) was born circa 1835. She married Antoine Le Deaux circa 1857.1 (?) died on January 15, 1928 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, South Dakota, USA.1

Child of (?) Flying-Bird and Antoine Le Deaux
Julia Le Deaux+ b. 1856, d. Jan 15, 1928

Citations

  1. [S90] Bette Richards , Lakota Richards Family.

(?) Foam1,2,3,4,5 (M)
(1823 - ), #17089

     Also known as (?) Emni Kage.3 The nationality of (?) Foam was Oyuhkpe Oglala Lakota Sioux.2 Also known as (?) Watage.1,4,5 Also known as (?) Imnistan.2 (?) Foam was born in 1823.1,2 Another source states that his was also listed with a birthdate in 1827.3,4,5 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1890.2 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA, on July 1, 1892.3 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA, on July 1, 1894.4 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA, on June 25, 1895.5 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on June 30, 1904.1

Child of (?) Foam
(?) Her Door b. 18572

Citations

  1. [S159] 1904.
  2. [S47] 1890.
  3. [S556] 1892.
  4. [S269] 1894.
  5. [S561] June 30th 1895.

(?) Fog1 (M)
(1850 - ), #38744

     The nationality of (?) Fog was Oyuhkpe Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 Also known as (?) Opo.1 (?) Fog was born in 1850.1 He married (?) Plain Track circa 1870.1,2 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1890.1

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.
  2. [S556] 1892.

(?) Fog1,2 (F)
(1842 - ), #43895

     The nationality of (?) Fog was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1,2 Also known as (?) Opo.2 Also known as (?) Sotoju Unsure of spelling.1 (?) Fog was born in 1842.1,2 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1894.1 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on June 25, 1895.2

Citations

  1. [S269] 1894.
  2. [S561] June 30th 1895.

Emma Fog1 (F)
(1874 - ), #16531

     Emma Fog was born in 1874.1 An unknown person was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wakpamini District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on June 30, 1904.1

Citations

  1. [S159] 1904.

(?) Follows And Kills1,2 (M)
(1889 - ), #39852
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     Also known as (?) Otapi Nakte.2 The nationality of (?) Follows And Kills was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1,2 Also known as (?) Atap Kte.1 (?) Follows And Kills was born in 1889.2 He was the son of (?) Running Eagle and (?) Badger.1,3,2 Another source states that his was also listed with a birthdate in 1891.1 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) Running Eagle on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1892 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) Running Eagle on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.3 He was listed as "son" and residing in the home of (?) Running Eagle on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.2

Citations

  1. [S556] 1892.
  2. [S561] June 30th 1895.
  3. [S269] 1894.

(?) Follows Prairie Fire1,2,3,4 (F)
(1841 - ), #17438

     The nationality of (?) Follows Prairie Fire was Oglala Lakota Sioux.4,3,2,5,1 Also known as (?) Ona Otape.4 Also known as (?) Ona Atape.2 (?) Follows Prairie Fire was born in 1841.1 Another source states that her was also listed with a birthdate in 1842.2,4 She was listed as "mother" and residing in the home of (?) Looks For Horses on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1892 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA.3 She married (?) Knife Chief before June 30, 1894.1,2,5,4 She was listed as residing with her husband (?) Knife Chief on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA.2 She was listed as residing with her husband (?) Knife Chief on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA.5 She was listed as residing with her husband (?) Knife Chief on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 14, 1896 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA.4 She was listed as residing with her husband (?) Knife Chief on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1904 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1

Children of (?) Follows Prairie Fire and (?) Knife Chief
Andrew Knife b. 18723
(?) Looks For Horses b. 18723
Helen Knife Chief b. 18773
(?) Her White Horse b. 18873
(?) Never Does Anything Wrong b. 18893

Citations

  1. [S159] 1904.
  2. [S269] 1894.
  3. [S556] 1892.
  4. [S158] June 30th, 1896.
  5. [S561] June 30th 1895.

(?) Follows Them1 (F)
(1866 - ), #35342

     Also known as (?) Otahoicape Unsure of spelling.1 (?) Follows Them was born in 1866.1 She married (?) Black Bear circa 1885.1 She was listed as residing with her husband (?) Black Bear on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1890 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1

Children of (?) Follows Them and (?) Black Bear
(?) Runs For His C?p b. 18861
(?) Dodge Behind Him b. 18881

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.

(?) Follows (F)
(circa 1837 - ), #10163

     (?) was born circa 1837. She married (?) Saves The Bear circa 1856.

Child of (?) Follows and (?) Saves The Bear
(?) Iron Cloud+ b. 1856, d. Aug 20, 1917

John Folsom1 (M)
#8777

     John was born. He married Mary Gilman at Hingham, County of Norfolk, Norfolkshire, England, on October 4, 1636.1

Citations

  1. [S113] Roscoe J Dearth, Dearth Family, Extended.

(?) Fond Of Him1,2,3 (F)
(1888 - ), #42275
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     Also known as (?) Tehilapi.3 The nationality of (?) Fond Of Him was Kuhinya Oglala Lakota Sioux. Also known as (?) Tekilape.1,2 (?) Fond Of Him was born in 1888.1 She was the daughter of (?) Spotted Weasel.1,2,3 Another source states that her was also listed with a birthdate in 1891.2,3 She was listed as "daughter" and residing in the home of (?) Spotted Weasel on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Medicine Root District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.2 She was listed as "daughter" and residing in the home of (?) Spotted Weasel on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Medicine Root District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.3

Citations

  1. [S556] 1892.
  2. [S269] 1894.
  3. [S561] June 30th 1895.

(?) Fond Of Him1,2 (F)
(March, 1894 - ), #43869
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     Also known as (?) Tehelapi.2 The nationality of (?) Fond Of Him was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1,2 (?) Fond Of Him was born in March, 1894.1,2 She was the daughter of James Comes Again and (?) Red Shell.2 She was listed "grand-daughter" and residing in the home of (?) Holy Day on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1

Citations

  1. [S269] 1894.
  2. [S561] June 30th 1895.

(?) Fond Tribe1 (F)
(1861 - ), #42561

     The nationality of (?) Fond Tribe was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 Also known as (?) Fawn Nation. Also known as (?) Tingleska Oyate.1 (?) Fond Tribe was born in 1861.1 She married Robert Jumping Eagle before July 1, 1892.1 She was listed as residing with her husband Robert Jumping Eagle on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1892 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA.1

Citations

  1. [S556] 1892.

Francoise Fontaine (F)
(circa 1635 - ), #1850

     Francoise died. Francoise was born circa 1635. She married Jacque Moisan circa 1655.

Child of Francoise Fontaine and Jacque Moisan
Pierre Moisan+ b. circa 1653

(?) Fool Crow1,2,3,4,5 (M)
(1866 - ), #35111

     The nationality of (?) Fool Crow was Oglala Lakota Sioux.2,4,3,5 Also known as (?) Kangi Witko.1,2,3,4,5 (?) Fool Crow was born in 1866.1 Another source states that his was also listed with a birthdate in 1867.3,4,5 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1890.1 He married Lizzie Red Pipe circa 1891.1,3,4,5 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA, on July 1, 1892.2 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA, on June 30, 1894.3 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA, on July 1, 1895.4 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Porcupine District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA, on June 19, 1896.5

Child of (?) Fool Crow and Lizzie Red Pipe
(?) Good Boy b. Jun, 18922

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.
  2. [S556] 1892.
  3. [S269] 1894.
  4. [S561] June 30th 1895.
  5. [S158] June 30th, 1896.

(?) Fool Dog1 (M)
(1837 - ), #39595

     The nationality of (?) Fool Dog was Oyuhkpe Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 Also known as (?) Sunka Witko.1 (?) Fool Dog was born in 1837.1 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1890.1

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.

(?) Fool Grouse1,2 (F)
(1821 - ), #37006

     The nationality of (?) Fool Grouse was Payabya Oglala Lakota Sioux.1,2 Also known as (?) Siyo Witko.1 (?) Fool Grouse was born in 1818.2 Another source states that her was also listed with a birthdate in 1821.1 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1890.1 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1892.2

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.
  2. [S556] 1892.

(?) Fool Grouse1,2 (F)
(1819 - ), #43296

     The nationality of (?) Fool Grouse was Oglala Lakota Sioux.1,2 Also known as (?) Siyo Witko.1,2 (?) Fool Grouse was born in 1819.1,2 She was listed as "mother-in-law" and residing in the home of (?) Little Bull on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on July 1, 1894 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.1 She was listed as "mother-in-law" and residing in the home of (?) Little Bull on the U.S. Indian Census Rolls taken on June 30, 1895 at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA.2

Child of (?) Fool Grouse
(?) Pretty Woman+ b. 18491,2

Citations

  1. [S269] 1894.
  2. [S561] June 30th 1895.

(?) Fool Hawk (M)
(circa 1840 - ), #32228

     The nationality of (?) Fool Hawk was Oglala Lakota. (?) Fool Hawk was born circa 1840; CHE-TON-WEE-KOH. He witnessed the meeting of Chief (?) Dull Knife; The Treaty of Fort Laramie was an agreement between the United States and the Lakota nation, signed in 1868 at Fort Laramie in the Wyoming Territory, guaranteeing to the Lakota ownership of the Black Hills, and further land and hunting rights in South Dakota, Wyoming, and Montana. The Powder River Country was to be henceforth closed to all whites. The treaty ended Red Cloud's War. The treaty included articles intended to "insure the civilisation" of the Lakota; financial incentives for them to farm land and become competitive - and stipulations that minors should be provided with an "English education" at a "mission building". To this end the US government included in the treaty that white teachers, blacksmiths and a farmer, a miller, a carpenter, an engineer and a government agent should take up residence within the reservation. Repeated violations of the otherwise exclusive rights to the land by gold prospectors led to the Black Hills War.

Fort Laramie Treaty, 1868 (Full-Text) http://www.pbs.org/weta/thewest/resources/archives/four/ftlaram.htm.1,2,3

Citations

  1. [S467] Morning Star (chief), http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dull_Knife.
  2. [S468] Treaty of Fort Laramie (1868), http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty_of_Fort_Laramie_(1868).
  3. [S469] Douglas C. McChristian, Fort Laramie and the U. S. Army
    On the High Plains
    Fort Laramie and the U. S. Army On the High Plains, 1849 – 1890
    .

(?) Fool Head1,2,3,4,5,6 (M)
(1862 - ), #17148

     The nationality of (?) Fool Head was Oglala Lakota Sioux.2,3,4,5,6 Also known as (?) Nata Witko.1,2,3,4,5,6 (?) Fool Head was born in 1862.1,2 Another source states that his was also listed with a birthdate in 1868.5,6 He married Mary Fool Head before July 1, 1890.1,2,4,5,6 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Flat Bottle, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1890.2 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, White Clay District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1892.3 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1894.4 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on June 30, 1895.5 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wakpamini District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on June 30, 1896.6 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on June 30, 1904.1

Children of (?) Fool Head and Mary Fool Head
(?) Kills Above b. 18924,5
Alice F. Fool Head+ b. Jan 1, 1894, d. Mar 21, 19915,1
Annie Fool Head b. Mar, 18966

Citations

  1. [S159] 1904.
  2. [S47] 1890.
  3. [S556] 1892.
  4. [S269] 1894.
  5. [S561] June 30th 1895.
  6. [S158] June 30th, 1896.

(?) Fool Head1,2,3,4 (M)
(1865 - ), #38776

     The nationality of (?) Fool Head was Oyuhkpe Oglala Lakota Sioux.1 Also known as (?) Crazy Head.1 Also known as (?) Nata Witko.1,2,3,4 (?) Fool Head was born in 1865.3,4 Another source states that his was also listed with a birthdate in 1866.1,2 He married (?) Pitty Them circa 1888.1,2,3 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1890.1 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota ., USA, on July 1, 1892.2 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on July 1, 1894.3 (?) was listed as the "Head of the Household" on the US Indian Census Rolls at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Wounded Knee District, Shannon Co., South Dakota, USA, on June 25, 1895.4

Children of (?) Fool Head and (?) Pitty Them
(?) Rattling Leaf b. 18891
(?) Real Male b. 18902
(?) Pushes Ground b. Jan, 18943,4

Citations

  1. [S47] 1890.
  2. [S556] 1892.
  3. [S269] 1894.
  4. [S561] June 30th 1895.

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