The warrior who killed Custer: the personal narrative of Chief Joseph White Bull
University of Nebraska Press, 1968 - Biography & Autobiography - 84 pages
Fifty-five years after the Battle of the Little Big Horn, Chief Joseph White Bull (Pte-san-hunka) of the Miniconjou subband of the Teton Sioux drew and annotated a pictographic account of his personal exploits in which he claimed to have killed General Custer. White Bull depicted hunts, Horse-stealing expeditions, intertribal battles, and other tribal activities in which he took part as a youth. Book jacket.
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