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Plains Indians at the Battle of the Little Bighorn

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Name:
Tribe:
Role During Battle:
Other Event:
Death:

Neck Prick
Oglala

May have participated
May 1877, surrendered at Red Cloud Agency, Nebraska
Unknown



Name:
Tribe:
Role During Battle:
Other Event:
Death:

No Neck
Oglala

Participated
May 1877, surrendered at Red Cloud Agency, Nebraska
Unknown



Name:
Indian Name:
Born:
Tribe:
Family:
Role During Battle:
Other Event:
Death:

No Two Horns
He Nupa Wanica
1852, Mouth of the Grand River, South Dakota
Hunkpapa

Cousin of Sitting Bull
Participated
1929, at Standing Rock Agency
1942



Name:
Tribe:
Role During Battle:
Other Event:
Death:

Noisy Arrow
Northern Cheyenne

May have participated
May 1877, surrendered at Red Cloud Agency, Nebraska
Unknown



Name:
Tribe:
Family:
Role During Battle:
Death:

Noisy Walking, a/k/a Sounds the Ground As He Walks
Santee
Father of Inkpaduta

Reported to have taken Custer's horse Vic
Unknown



Name:
Also Known As:
Indian Name:
Born:

Tribe:
Family:
Role During Battle:
Death:

Noisy Walking
Left Hand, Thunder Walking
Catka
Circa 1858
Northern Cheyenne
, suicide warrior
Unmarried; only son of White Bull
Shot three times and stabbed in first charge against Custer
25 June 1876, Little Bighorn Battlefield, Montana Territory



Name:
Tribe:
Role During Battle:
Other Event:
Death:

Nose in Sight
Oglala

May have participated
May 1877, surrendered at Red Cloud Agency, Nebraska
Unknown

   
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