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Red Shirt

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Weapons Of Knowledge, From The Orator: Chief Sitting Bull's Words (HD)

 

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Badlands - Oglala Lakota Reservation just past Red Shirt SD

 

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Red Shirt | Lakota Land - Stories from Pine Ridge

 

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AIM Song - Moccasins On the Ground - Red Shirt Community

 

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Redshirt

Red Shirt was an Oglala Lakota chief, warrior and statesman. Red Shirt is notable in American history as a U.S. Army Native Scout and a progressive Oglala Lakota leader who promoted friendly associations with whites and education for his people. Red Shirt opposed Crazy Horse during the Great Sioux War of 1876-1877 and the Ghost Dance Movement of 1890, and was a Lakota delegate to Washington in 1880. Red Shirt was one of the first Wild Westers with Buffalo Bill’s Wild West and a supporter of the Carlisle Native Industrial School. Red Shirt became an international celebrity Wild Westing with Buffalo Bill’s Wild West and his 1887 appearance in England captured the attention of Europeans and presented a progressive image of Native Americans.
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    • Personal 

    • U.S. Army Native Scout 

    • Warrior 

    • Carlisle Native Industrial School 

    • Wild Westing 

    • Visitors to Earl’s Court 

    • Grandmother England 

    • Goethe's ''Faust'' 

    • English hospitality 

    • Surrounded By the Enemy's funeral 

    • Final days 

    • Red Shirt Wilderness Area 

    • Red Shirt, South Dakota