Blanket (Tasin Luta Win) (born c. 1848)
Wife of Bad Heart Bull; married circa 1867-68. Also known
as Gopher (Wahin Heyela) and Yankton Woman; known
as Edith Bad Heart Bull beginning about 1898.
Who Saves Life (Niwicaya) (c. 1872-1947)
Daughter of Bad Heart Bull. Name also translated as Saves
Them, Makes Alive; known as Fanny Bad Heart Bull starting
about 1898; married William Pretty Cloud.
note for the whole Bad Heart Bull family:
Member of the Soreback Band, a small band of Oglala built
around Bad Heart Bull's brothers. Family at the Little
Bighorn in June 1876; surrendered at Red Cloud Agency
April 18, 1877; accompanied Red
Cloud's peace envoy to meet Crazy
Horse, May 1877; Bad Heart Bull served in
Indian Scouts at Red Cloud Agency, 1877; stampeded from
Red Cloud to Spotted Tail Agency after the death of Crazy
Horse, September 1877; Fled north with He Dog to join
in Canada, January 1878; surrrendered at Fort Keogh, 1880;
transferred to Standing Rock Agency, summer 1881; transferred
to Pine Ridge Agency, 1882.
Bad Heart Bull was an artist in ledger book, including
drawings of Little Bighorn. Published in Helen H. Blish,
A Pictographic History of the
Oglala Sioux (Lincoln:
University of Nebraska Press, 1967.