Category Archives: Reminiscences

John Dunn, Concerned Citizen or Agitator


I told him that I did not want to see one soldier killed or one Indian killed either. That the soldiers did not want to kill any Indians unless they were compelled to. –Mr. John Dunn, cattle rancher Colonel Edwin … Continue reading

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Emma Cornelia Sickels – Heroine of Pine Ridge or Self-Promoter


Little Wound’s face grew black.  I could see the men tighten their Grasp upon their knives, and knew that my life was in the balance. Breaking from my general theme of this site, I have chosen to write about an … Continue reading

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Henry’s Brunettes


Occasionally, a historical photograph surfaces from an old trunk in an attic that piques the interest of historians and enthusiasts alike.  Such was the case this month when a picture of ten non-commissioned officers of Troop G, 9th Cavalry, came … Continue reading

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