Post by HinTamaheca on Jul 23, 2009 9:18:20 GMT -5
An elaborate headdress attributed to Tall Bull (Cheyenne), exhibited at the New Orleans Museum of Art in 2003. Tall Bull, was a noted Cheyenne warrior and the leader of the Dog Soldier Band. He was killed by U.S. troops at Summit Springs near Sterling, Colorado on 11 July 1869. Tall Bull's unusual headdress, with buffalo horns attached all down its trailer, was in such poor condition that it had never been exhibited, and for many years it had not been fully unfolded and examined.
"Be good, be kind, help each other." "Respect the ground, respect the drum, respect each other." --Abe Conklin - Ponca/Osage, (1926-1995)
Post by wolfgang911 on Jul 25, 2009 15:34:53 GMT -5
on the other hand great looks I don' remember if he wore it while creeping out of the ravine to shot and be shot by the North bros and Pawnee company but if he did it was easy to see when he came out Tall Bull we missed you at the LBH to bad you did not make it damnpawnees again
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