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    Big Spotted Horse was a Pawnee warrior and raider who lived during the 19th century. http://bit.ly/1jO5ZTr

    Considered invincible in combat, Roman Nose (Northern Cheyenne) (not to be confused with Henry Roman Nose of Southern Cheyenne) was one of the most esteemed warriors of the Plains Indian Wars of the 1860s. http://bit.ly/TedIgF

    Gall (c. 1840–1894) Lakota Phizí, (gall bladder) was a battle leader of the Hunkpapa Lakota. He was one of the commanders in the Battle of Little Bighorn. http://bit.ly/FPZpqY

    Marcellus Red Tomahawk was a warrior who actively fought against the whites during the early years of Dakota Territory. http://bit.ly/1oqt38V

    The Koitsenko was a group of the ten greatest warriors of the Kiowa tribe as a whole, from all bands. http://bit.ly/U7hRjT 

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    Though little is written about Chief Thunderhawk, it is known that as a young man he was a companion of Sitting Bull, and a warrior of prominence.http://bit.ly/102wurP

    Howling Wolf (Cheyenne: Ho-na-nist-to, 1849–1927) was a Southern Cheyenne warrior who was a member of Black Kettle’s band and was present at the Sand Creek Massacre. http://bit.ly/MfAXiV

    Two Leggings was pipe-holder (i.e. leader of a war party) twice against the Lakota Hunkpapa. http://bit.ly/1qhKqM5

    Big Spotted Horse was a Pawnee warrior and raider who lived during the 19th century. http://bit.ly/1jO5ZTr

    Apache – The Fiercest Warriors in the Southwest http://bit.ly/13GZIxT

    The Crazy Horse Memorial is a mountain monument under construction in the Black Hills of South Dakota, in the form of Crazy Horse, an Oglala Lakota warrior. http://bit.ly/1naN1aL

    A memorial for Native American soldiers? http://bit.ly/1aXqzZl

    #Geronimo was born Goyathlay in Arizona, grandson of a chief of the Nedni Apache. http://bit.ly/REsVng

    Sitting Bull was a Hunkpapa Lakota and holy man. Under him, the Lakota bands united for survival on the northern plains. Read more http://bit.ly/RCgkVM

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