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Brave Bear's Story of the Battle, #2
A Southern Cheyenne warrior's account of the Battle of the Little Bighorn

From an interview with David Humphreys Miller.
Here is another account of the battle by Brave Bear.

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BRAVE BEAR'S STORY OF THE BATTLE

NOT FAR from Two Moon's lodge was the tribal medicine tepee which contained the sacred Buffalo Head of the Northern Cheyennes -- corresponding to the Buffalo Calf Pipe of the Sioux as a revered object. Like all the camps, the lodges were pitched in a great circle open to the east. The medicine tepee was along the western edge of the wide space within the circle, directly across from this gap. Guarding the sacred lodge was Roan Bear, a Fox warrior.

Cheyenne fighting men on the Little Big Horn were divided into three warrior societies: Elk warriors, Crazy Head warriors, and Fox warriors. At this time, the Fox warriors were on duty as camp policemen. It was up to them to enforce tribal laws -- of which the Cheyennes had many --and to watch for the approach of enemies. The Sioux had a similar system.

While serving as guard for the medicine lodge, Roan Bear was permitted to talk to other warriors. Visiting him at midmorning were Bobtail Horse, an Elk warrior, and an Ogalala Sioux named White Cow Bull. The Ogalalas, as well as other tribes, had been invited to attend the Cheyenne scalp dance that night. White Cow Bull had ridden over to spend the day visiting friends in the Cheyenne camp.

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