Sitting Bull's grave and memorial, at Mobridge, South Dakota, is one of two places the revered Sioux chief is thought to have been buried. Photo courtesy of Phil Konstantin
Fearing that Sitting Bull might
stage another uprising, Indian police were sent to arrest him at
his home on the Standing Rock Reservation, in North Dakota, after
he returned from touring with Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show.
The Indian police were met with fierce resistance, and after a
shootout involving Sitting Bull, his son, and bodyguards, twelve
men lay dead, including the famous warrior and medicine man whose
name will be forever associated with the Indian's greatest moment
of military glory, The Battle of the Little Big Horn.
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