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DLN Nation : Chiefs

Click on the image for enlargement and more information on the individual. There are a few without pictures whose names are links to more information.

Chief Wapasha I
c. 1720 - 1806

Chief Wapasha II
c. 1773 - 1836

Chief Buffalo Medison
Chief Buffalo Medison

image c. 1804

Chief Sleepy Eyes
Chief Sleepy Eyes

image 1824

Chief Little Crow
Chief Little Crow

image 1824

Chief Trembling Earth
Chief Trembling Earth

d. 1837

Chief Tokacon
Chief Tokacon


Chief Wanata
Chief Wanata


Chief Running Antelope
Chief Running Antelope

Chief Red Iron
Chief Red Iron

Image 1862

Chief Struck by the Ree
Chief Struck by the Ree

1804 - 1888

Chief Little Crow
Chief Little Crow

c. 1810/20 - 1863
Photo 1863

Chief Wapasha III
c. 1816 - 1876

Chief Red Cloud
Chief Red Cloud

1822 - 1909
Photo 1897

Chief Spotted Tail
Chief Spotted Tail

1823/24 - 1881

Chief Hole in the Day
Chief Hole in the Day

1825 - 1868

Chief Iron Shell
Chief Iron Shell

c. 1820s - 1870s

Chief Bigfoot
Chief Bigfoot

c. 1825 - 1890

Chief Red Horse
Chief Red Horse

Photo 1883

Chief Young Man Afraid of His Horses
Chief Young Man Afraid of His Horses

1830 - 1900

Chief Two Strike
Chief Two Strike

1832 - 1923

Chief Spotted Eagle
Chief Spotted Eagle

Chief Sitting Bull
Chief Sitting Bull

1834 - 1890
Photo 1884

Chief Rain in the Face
Chief Rain in the Face

1835 - 1905
Photo 1880

Chief Crow Dog
Chief Crow Dog

c. 1835 - 1910
Photo 1898

Chief American Horse
Chief American Horse

1840 - 1908
Photo 1898

Chief Gall
Chief Gall

c. 1840-1894
Photo 1881

Chief Stranger Horse
Chief Stranger Horse

c. 1844-1922

Chief Crazy Horse
c. 1845 - 1877

Chief Touch The Clouds
Chief Touch the Clouds

photo 1877

Chief Low Dog
Chief Low Dog

b. 1846

Chief Crow King
Chief Crow King
d. 1884

Chief Little Horse
Chief Little Horse

photo 1899

Chief White Bull
Chief White Bull

photo 1905

No picture available.
Chief Flat Iron

Chief Hollow Horn Bear
Chief Hollow Horn Bear

1850 - 1913
Photo 1900

Chief Red Hawk
Chief Red Hawk

b. 1854
Photo 1905

Chief Jack Red Cloud
Chief Jack Red Cloud

1862 - 1928
photo 1913

Chief Standing Bear
Chief Standing Bear

1868 - 1939



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Photograph--Alfred Bone Shirt Sr. wearing a peace medal.

They made us many promises, more than I can remember. But they kept but one - They promised to take our land...and they took it. -- Chief Red Cloud

Tunkashila, Let us stand Coalition strong in protection of our lands, our beliefs, our Sacred Spirituality, and our traditional Indigenous ways of life. We stand in strong support of Indigenous Rights and the Inherent Allodial title of Dakota, Lakota, and Nakota Lands. Let us reclaim what is ours and work diligently to preserve what we now have.

End Dakota/Lakota/Nakota Ethnic Cleansing!

This website was created to Honor of our Ancestors, our Traditions, Elders and Children, and to provide a future for our generations to come.

That piece of red, white and blue cloth stands for a system and a country that does not honor it's own word...If it stood for honor and truth, it would remember our treaties and give them the appropriate place under international law. But it doesn't. It dishonors its own word and violates its treaties...
In Honor of Tony Black Feather (Died August 11 2004)


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