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SITTING BULL was a beloved medicine man and chief of the Sioux Indian Tribe. Chief Sitting Bull was born in about 1837 in what is now North Dakota. He was the son of Sioux chief Jumping Bull.

This is the only pose in which Sitting Bull looks directly at the camera. Without the distractions of props, backdrop, or headdress, we are left to contemplate his calm, weathered face. William Notman & Son, “Sitting Bull,” Montreal, 1885, McCord Museum.

Sitting Bull William Notman & Son, Montreal silver salts on glass, gelatin dry plate process, 17 x 12 cm McCord Museum (William Notman - Scottish/Canadian photographer and businessman)

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Sitting Bull was a Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux holy man who led his people as a tribal chief during years of Resistance to United States government policies.

Sitting Bull-- A Hunkpapa Lakota chief and holy man under whom the Lakota tribes united in their struggle for survival on the northern plains, Sitting Bull remained defiant toward American military power and contemptuous of American promises to the end. [PBS.org]

Sitting Bull (Tatanka lyotanka) historical leader of the Hunkpapa band of Lakota Sioux Indians. There won't be anything here for our children unless you wake up AMERICA! Muslims are taking over this country.

Sitting Bull- born in the Dakota territory. A real native american advocate.

Sitting Bull- born in the Dakota territory. A real native american advocate. "Let us put our minds together to see what good we may do for our children" - Sitting Bull

Sitting Bull, Lakota Sioux. "It is through this mysterious power that we too have our being, and we therefore yield to our neighbors, even to our animal neighbors, the same right as ourselves to inhabit this vast land."

An incredible photo of Sitting Bull. His name on this photograph is signed by Sitting Bull himself. This photo was also used as a cover for a book titled "Sitting Bull" by Bill Yenne. Such a strong face.

Orlando Scott Goff, “Sitting Bull,” 1881

Photograph: Orlando Scott Goff, “Sitting Bull,” 1881 “When the Lakota leader Sitting Bull was asked by a white reporter why his people loved and respected him, Sitting Bull replied by asking if it was not true that among white people a man is.

A young Sitting Bull by Ervin Usman

Tȟatȟáŋka Íyotȟake or Sitting Bull, nicknamed Húŋkešni or Jumping Badger, Hunkpapa Lakota by Ervin Usman

Sitting Bull wearing a war bonnet and holding a rifle as he stands in front of a painted backdrop. Handwritten captions.

Sitting Bull wearing a war bonnet and holding a rifle as he stands in front of a painted backdrop.

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