Hello Frank. Unfortunately, i have only that size-image of Juh's painting. It was taken from this book: "Juh, an incredible indian" (Dan L. Thrapp). About Yellow Wolf, it's alright! My informations are guaranteed. About Running Bear, the doubts still remain... Dentaliawanap?? It don't seem a Sioux name....
I dunno, that just was what was the name of the picture when I got it...so I dunno where the Dentaliawanap comes from... thanks for the permission man, I appreciate it! Running Bear is a Sans Arc anyway is he not?
If anyone still has a painting or assumed photo of Juh, I would like to see (steal) it. Thanks!
Post by blackcoyote on Aug 24, 2008 1:54:18 GMT -5
hi there just to confirm Indian Juh didn't die because was drunk..He die in the mountains of chihuahua in Mexico ,he was running away from a small Terrazas army . due the event of the " assasination of Dionisio S. wich Juh promise to kill him for all the torture that this guy did to a inocent apaches kids .Dionisio just to play with brea and burn their hair when those kids were running up to hill same with a eagles and falcons .. so back to the mountains the Horse of Juh got bitten by a ratlle snake and fell down to the rocks . I been there on the exactly place where Juh die You will find an old apache cementary ..unfortunetly the Mexican goverment wont protect this area wich has been destroyed with out any respect ..
Post by blackcoyote on Aug 24, 2008 2:06:35 GMT -5
By the way Iam new on this site .. and werever I post is the true because Iam decendent of Juh nobody took a picture of him because he didn';t like it.. He was missing one eye due the batlle of chuichupa in Chihuahua Mexico against of the cowboys of "Dionisio the landlord of those ranchs .. Juh was the best friend of Victorio on the childhood when Victorio got kidnaped from a Mexican Ranchers.. for further information email me I have all history about it ..
Post by Diane Merkel on Aug 24, 2008 9:13:44 GMT -5
I invite you to visit our other website, www.American-Tribes.com, which also has message boards. We are currently working on biographies of the Plains Indians, but we will be moving on to the southwestern tribes soon and would love you to contribute.