Jumping Bull

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Assiniboine (Native American) captive and warrior leader of the Lakota Sioux

Jumping Bull was an Assiniboine boy, captured by Sitting Bull during a battle. Sitting Bull adopted the child as his brother (thereby saving his life) and named him Hohay (Jumping Bull). Hohay became devoted to Sitting Bull and when he retired from warfare, Jumping Bull took his place as war leader.

He was also a prominent leader of the Ghost Dance religion, the suppression of which was the motive for the massacre of Native Americans by US soldiers at Wounded Knee, where he and Sitting Bull were both killed.

References

Michno, Greg. "Lakota Noon at the Greasy Grass." Available at: http://www.thehistorynet.com/WildWest/articles/06962_text.htm
"The First Shots: When Did the Battle Start?" Available at: http://www.plainswar1876.com/lb02001.htm
"Tatanka Yotanka." Available at: http://members.tripod.com/~RFester/lakota.html

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April - 4 years ago
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My sons are direct decendents of Jumping Bull (Jumpingbull) and I adopted them when they were 2 and 1 years old. They are now 15 and 14 and we are finally getting them enrolled with their tribal membership. My eldest son showed me this website. I am so proud of them both. #1

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