Brule Sioux camp of 2,000 after the Wounded Knee Massacre, on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. On Dec. 29, 1890, warriors from this encampment road toward the sound of guns. They attacked toward the US soldiers, but turned back under fire, with one warrior killed. After the Massacre, their camp was surrounded by US Army, during Jan. 1891. In the foreground, horses drink at White Clay Creek watering hole. Photo by John Grabill, Jan. 1891 (BSLOC 2017 18 12)

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Brule Sioux camp of 2,000 after the Wounded Knee Massacre, on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. On Dec. 29, 1890, warriors from this encampment road toward the sound of guns. They attacked toward the US soldiers, but turned back under fire, with one warrior killed. After the Massacre, their camp was surrounded by US Army, during Jan. 1891. In the foreground, horses drink at White Clay Creek watering hole. Photo by John Grabill, Jan. 1891 (BSLOC 2017 18 12)

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