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Bull Hump and White Bird's
Story of the Battle

Two Northern Cheyennes' account of the Battle of the Little Bighorn

As told to Walter Mason Camp in 1912; Willis Rowland, Interpreter.

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THE BULL HUMP AND WHITE BIRD INTERVIEW

Cheyenne warrior White BirdNorthern Cheyenne Indian Reservation, Montana, 1912

Hump [is] sixty-four years old.... Hump's name is Bull Hump. Yes, Hump was at Little Bighorn. Two Moons was chief warrior because of the absence of other chiefs. Wild Hog was there, but Dull Knife was at Red Cloud Agency, as well as Little Chief.

The chiefs in villages that Crook attacked March 17, 1876, were Willow Bushes and Two Moons. [They] got some of the horses back from Reynolds [on the] first night. Started out to recover more on the second night and found where soldiers had killed them.

[On the day of the Sibley skirmish] the Indians were running buffalo all over the country, and while doing this, a small party of Cheyennes ran upon the trail of the scouts and followed it to the timber. They fired into the timber a little while and High Bear, a cousin of Hump, was killed. Toward night they left the place after recovering High Bear's body, and some Sioux came upon the place the next day and got the [abandoned] horses tied to the trees. Hump never heard that any of these horses had been killed...


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