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Two Eagles' Story of the Battle
TWO EAGLE'S ACCOUNT
Q. Name and age of witness and to what tribe of Sioux did he belong.
A. Two Eagles, 50 years old. Brule.
Q. What chief did he fight under?
A. The band he was with had no head chief; it was everybody for himself. Fought in bands wherever they liked, or mixed in with other tribes where they had relatives or acquaintances.
Q. Were you in the fight against Crook (Lone Star) on the Rosebud a week before the Custer fight?
Q. How many days were you in the village before the fight with Custer?
A. About 7 days.
Q. How long before the fight was it learned that soldiers were coming?
A. Had just got through with Reno [and] had barely reached camp when Custer arrived.
Q. Did the Indians suppose it was Crook or Custer (Long Yellow Hair)?
A. Thought it was Crook.
Q. Where did the fight with Reno soldiers first begin? At what tepees?
A. Opposite Sans Arc tepees. (He means Custer-WMC.)
Q. What chief or chiefs or what tribes went out to this (Reno) fight?
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