Louis Looking Horse, a Hunkpapa Sioux, was one of Sitting Bull’s younger yet wildest followers in 1876. After the Battle of Little Big Horn, in which he fought in the later phases, he was among those Sioux who fled with Sitting Bull to Grand-Mother’s Land Canada, returning to the United States in 1881.
“I am a Hunkpapa, of Sitting Bull’s tribe. I was his cousin, ‘he said. Most o our people were always loyal to him though some turned their backs and betrayed him by serving White Hair (agent James McLaughlin) as policeman who murdered our Chief.” – Little Eagle, SD 1940

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