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|Title||The surrender of Sitting Bull…|
|Author||Allison, Edwin Henry|
|Document Type||Rare Book|
|Names||Sitting Bull; Chief Gall|
|Places||Fort Buford, Standing Rock|
|Keywords||Native Americans, Sioux, army, reservation|
|Theme||Native Americans; Military Encounters|
|Publisher||The Walker Litho. and Printing Co.|
|Place of Publication||Dayton, Ohio|
From the Colton Storm catalogue: "Allison was born in Malcomb County, Michigan in 1847. After service in the Army during the Civil War, he went to the Dakotas in 1867 where he married into the Brulé tribe and became proficient as an Indian interpreter. He lived in Dayton, Ohio, from 1891 to 1898, according to Ernest Wessen, returned then to Pierre, South Dakota, and died some time after 1912."
Full title: "The surrender of Sitting Bull, being a full and complete history of the negotiations conducted by Scout Allison, which resulted in the surrender of Sitting Bull and his entire band of hostile Sioux in 1891".
|Library||The Newberry Library|
|Copyright||The Newberry Library|
|Collection||Everett D. Graff Collection of Western Americana|
|Catalogue Link||The Newberry Library Catalogue|