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Running Wolf's Story of the Battle
An Arikara scout's account of the Battle of the Little Bighorn

As told to Orin Grant Libby before 1920. Interpreted by Alfred Bear.

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Arikara scout Running Wolf, who survived the Battle of the Little BighornRUNNING WOLF'S ACCOUNT

RUNNING WOLF enlisted in the spring of 1876 at Fort Lincoln with six others, Young Hawk, Horns-in-Front, Tall Bear, Foolish Bear, Red Foolish Bear, and Charging Bull. They started from Fort Berthold and camped over night at Fort Stevenson. Big John, an Arikara scout, was in charge of the party. The same man (already referred to) was in charge at Fort Stevenson. They camped next day just north of where Washburn is now and reached Bismarck by noon and went across the river in a steamboat. Next morning Gerard took them to headquarters where they were enlisted. The camp of the scouts was at the foot of the hill, but the next day they joined the soldiers in camp farther back from the river. While in camp they learned that Custer was at Washington and they were told that on his return he would start on the expedition.'" After Custer returned, six days went by before the expedition started. On the last day, Bobtailed Bull and Soldier were called to headquarters and the former was made sergeant. Then Gerard notified them next day to get ready for the parade, for they were to march Indian style, singing their own songs. This was to be the beginning of the first day of the march, and the songs they sang at that time were...


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