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Little Soldier's Story of the Battle
A Hunkpapa Sioux's account of the Battle of the Little Bighorn
Interpreted by Frank Zahn.
LITTLE SOLDIER'S STORY
Fort Yates, North Dakota
MORNING OF JUNE 25
I got up and went after [the] horses and [came] back to water [them]. I brought one horse back and kept him in camp. [I then] had breakfast, took bow and arrows and went down to [the] river to play with [the] boys. While we were there, I heard a camp crier riding along the camp on a swift horse, calling. We knew something must be up, so [we] came back to [the] tents and our people told us [that] two Indians already [had been] killed.
A young boy, Deeds, and Hona [were] shot at by soldiers. Both [were] shot at. Little Bear [was also] wounded, but got away. His horse was killed and he was shot in [the]...
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