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On December 15, 1890, a group of Indian police ofﬁcers tried to arrest Sitting Bull in an effort to remove his support for the dance. A group of the old prophet’s friends surrounded the police. In the ensuing scufﬂe, guns were discharged, one or two directly into Sitting Bull’s brain. The Indian agent, James McLaughlin, who had ordered the arrest had also, foolishly, prevented Bill Cody from trying to help. 18 Agent McLaughlin, however, had not wanted the impresario of the West either mucking things up or getting any credit for arresting Sitting Bull, which McLaughlin had thought he could accomplish.
Prostitutes were a staple of American life; illegal 20 COWBOYS AND INDIANS in some places, tolerated in most, and even taxed in others. Author Curtis F. 2 Performers like the two “Little Egypts” became famous for their belly-shaking “hoochie-coochie” dances. But nobody was better known, better liked, or more watched than William F. Cody. He stole the show. In the three decades before Bill Cody could begin to make millions of dollars pretending to kill Indians and be killed by Indians, the ﬁnal wars for the West had been fought.
All the Sioux now charged the soldiers and drove them in confusion across the Little Bighorn River . . A 29 AMERICAN STORIES Sioux man came and said that a different party of soldiers had all the women and children prisoners. 9 Led by Crazy Horse and another war chief, Gall, thousands of Sioux lanced into Reno and Custer’s ranks. The initial cavalry onslaught had just killed Gall’s young daughter and wife, and Gall struck back with blinding rage, his grief mingling with dying men’s shrieks and the rolling thunder of 10,000 horses’ hooves.
American Stories: Living American History, Volume II: From 1865 by Jason Ripper