Wolf was married to Quiet One and Feather on Head, and
he had two sons, Pawnee and Woodenthigh, and a daughter,
Pretty Walker. — inkpaduta1981
Wolf and others at Fort Laramie, 1868, by Alexander Gardner
According to P. Powell, the man on the left is Short Hair,
a Cheyenne council chief, who was obviously in mourning
at the time and kind of feebleminded. I remember reading
somewhere that the man in the center could be Dull Knife.
— Dietmar Schulte-Möhring
Little Wolf & Dull Knife in Washington
Little Wolf and his wife, October 1898,
by George Bird Grinnell
Little Wolf by Grinnell (from the Roberts
article in Montana Magazine)
The following publications contain information about Little Wolf:
Article: "Death Trail of the Cheyenne" by James Long • Real West • Vol. VII, No. 37 • September 1964.
Article: "Outrage at Oberlin" by Fred Kiewit • Frontier Times • Vol. 39, No. 5, New Series No. 37 • August-September 1965.