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Wooden Leg

Wooden Leg

Eats from His Hand, Richard Woodenlegs
Kummokquivviokta

Northern Cheyenne

 

The following publications contain information about Wooden Leg:

Article: "The Burial Site of Limber Bones" by Jason Pitsch with Keith Werts • We know where most of the 7th U.S. Cavalrymen who fought at Little Bighorn are buried, but the graves of the Indians who died in the fighting are largely unknown. The authors discuss the likely whereabouts of Cheyenne warrior Limber Bones. • Greasy Grass, Journal of the Custer Battlefield Historical & Museum Association • Vol. 25 • May 2009.

Article: "Wooden Leg" • Faces of Little Bighorn: The David Humphreys Miller Collection • Accessed June 29, 2020.

 

 

 

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