General Nelson A. Miles of the U.S. Cavalry called him "a hero in war". The Sioux tribe knew him as The Little Man With The Strong Heart. Respected by his friends, feared by his enemies, he was deemed a legend by all. He was Luther Sage Kelly, the man of the Yellowstone Valley.
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