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At his death, his hair was cut off and maintained by Tribal leaders.The long lock of hair is now curated by the Chief Plenty Coups State Park at Pryor, Montana.Issaatxalúash/Two Leggings, known also as Apitisée/Big (Whooping) Crane (born mid-1840's, died in 1923) A prominent River Crow chief, war leader, and reservation-era chief.Peelatchiwaaxpáash/Medicine Crow (Raven) A prominent Kicked In The Belly chief, war leader, and reservation-era chief.Itchúua Chíash/White Temple, known also as Iron Bull/Uuwatchiilapish (ca.1820-1886) An important warrior and second ranking chief to Sits In The Middle Of The Land.
She was one of the leaders (pipe carriers) against the Lakota in the legendary Battle of Rainy Buttes (called the Battle Where Sitting Bull’s Father Was Killed, by the Lakota). Isahpíishchoosish/White Moccasin Top (mid 1600's) Daxpitchée Daasítchileetash/Bear Whose Heart Is Never Good (mid-1600's) Following a dispute over the distribution of a buffalo paunch, this leader separated his group from the Hidatsa and joins the Ashalahó/Many Lodges in Crow Country. Chíilapkalishtachiash/Young White Buffalo (late 1600's) During the time of this leader, we obtained our first steel knives from the Hidatsa.This leader was also the first to bring horses to the Apsáalooke.Eelápuash/Sore Belly or Rotten Belly (1795-1834) A River Crow leader, a contemporary of Red Plume (Feather) At The Temple. Awé Kúalawaachish/Sits In The Middle Of The Land, also known as Káamneewiash/Blood Woman and Blackfoot/Iché Shipíte (1795-1877) The principal Crow leader in the mid-1800's.
He used the metaphor of the four base tipi poles to describe the borders of Crow Country.
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