There were two prominent Cheyenne named Little Hawk.
- The first one was a Southerner, a member of the Dog
Soldier band, who was also called Young Bull Robe.
The other Little Hawk was a Northern Cheyenne, who was a
Elkhorn Scraper society member. He was fighting in the battles
at the Rosebud and Little Bighorn when he was twenty-eight
years old. He left his account to Grinnell in 1908 (see
Jerome Greene: Lakota and Cheyenne and Peter Powell:
People of the Sacred Mountain).
is a photo labeled Little Hawk, Northern Cheyenne, 1880s:
there are several Indian individuals named Little Hawk,
it is not definite that this is the Cheyenne. Instead this
also could be a Brule of that name. —