Chief Crawler, Slohan, Blackfeet,His wife was Sun Flower Face, He was born around 1830 on the Moreau River. He was from the family of a Chief and he attained great note and influence among the Teton. He lived at Laughlining Woods on the Grand River some eight miles above the location of Bullhead. This is the exact place where Mrs. Frances Wiggins Kelly was bought of the Hunkpapas from Brings Plenty, who owned her at the time. Crawler was the man who went into the tipi and offered the horses for her. The Blackfeet got away with her and turned her over to the whites at Fort Sully in the fall of 1864.
Crawler was a member of the Fool Soldier Society. Chief Crawler had 14 lodges and 62 people under him according to the 1885 Ration list for Standing Rock. Crawler fought in the Little Big Horn.
He is the Father of Moving Robe Woman aka Mary Crawler who also fought in the Little Big Horn and son Deeds who was the first to die in the Little Big Horn.
Tasunke Ciqala (His Little Horse); Wannonpayapi (Shot With Two Arrows); Mato Rabya (Drive Away the Bear); Pehin Sakiya (Paints His Hair Red); Mila Wakan (Sword); Zintkalu Luta (Red Bird); Mato Kokipapi (Afraid of the Bear); Tahunska Tanka (Big Leggings); Wakteka (Good Hunter); Heyoka (Clown); Wi-Iya-rpaye (Woman Grabber); He Sani Maza (One Iron Horn); Tatanka Onjinca (Bob Tail Bull); Ota Agli (Brought Plenty);
SLOHAN-Crawler b. 1830 d. 11-30-1910 Spouse: Winyanjiwin -Yellow/Brown Woman b. 1847 Spouse: Sun Flower Face Woman
Slohan-“David” Crawler b. 1830 d. 11-30-1910 Spouse: Brown Yellow Woman b. 1847 Children Son: Wambliwahacanka-Thomas Eagle Shield Daughter: Tasinamaniwin-Mary Crawler b.1854 d. 6-26-1935 Son: Wicohan-Deeds b. 1862 d. 1876 Daughter: Louise Crawler b. 1854 d. 9-9-1906 Son: Isnasungmanon-Felix Crawler b. 1867 d. 12-2-1906 Son: Hankeya Maza-Half Iron-Reuben Crawler b. 1872 Son: Iron Thunder b. 1875 Son: One Hawk killed at Rosebud b. Son: Spotted Bear (shot at Wounded Knee)
Winyanjiwin-Yellow/Brown Woman b. 1847 2nd Spouse: MatoCepa-Fat Bear b.1846 Children: Son: Kice Inyan ke-Herbert Fat Bear b. 1881 Son: John Fat Bear b.1882 Son: Run in Place b. 1880 Son: Keeps In Lodge b. 1883
Children of Fat Bear Iron Tusk Bear: b. 1854 Summond: b. 1869
Tasinamaniwin-Agnes T. Mary Crawler b.1854 d. 6-26-1935 Father: Slohan-“David” Crawler b. 1830 d. 11-30-1910
Rupert/Reuben Crawler- Hankeya Maza b. 1-18-1872 Spouse: Fanny Crawler b. 1876 Children Son: Barney Crawler b. 12-1895 Son: Louis Crawler b.12-1897 Son: James Crawler b. 1898 Daughter: Bessie-Pte Luta Win b. 5-1900
Fanny Crawler 2nd Spouse: Itazipa-Harold White Temple Children: Daughter: Virginia White Temple b. 1906 Son: Gilbert White Temple b.1908 Daughter Eunice White Temple b. 1913
3rd Spouse: Paul/Louis Middle Bull Children Grandson: Shot With Two Arrows b.1883
Tasinamaniwin Mary aka Agnes Crawler b. 1854 d. 1840 2nd Spouse: Jacob Cross Bear b. 1844 d. 12-27-1934 Children: Son: Clemence Crawler b.1889 Daughter: Lousia Crawler b. 1885
Felix Crawler Isnasungmanon b.1867 d. 12-2-1906 Spouse: Tasina Wambli-Eagle Road-Mary Crawler b.1870
Mother of Mary: Mary White Black Bird b.1845 Children: Daughter: Ptesan-Mary Crawler b. 1890 d. 7-30-1908 Son: Gerald Crawler b.1883
Thomas Eagle Shield: b. 1889 d. 1-19-1937 Spouse: Ptesanwin-Helen Eagle Shield Son: John Eagle Shield b. 1885 d. 4-28-1938
John Eagle Shield: b. 1885 d. 4-28-1938 Louisa Takes the Hat b. 11-27-1890 d. 8-19-1979 Children: Son: John W. Eagle Shield b.1905 Son: Fritz Wallace Eagle Shield b. 12-8-1909 d. 3-14-1994 Daughter: Seraphine Eagle Shield b.1912 d. 4-4-1913 Son: Emmet Eagle Shield b. 5-1-1914 d. 9-18-1914 Son: Sidney Eagle Shield b. 10-21-1919 Son: Ernest Eagle Shield b. 1-12-1923 d. 12-16-1961 Daughter: Clarice Eagle Shield b. 2-24-1930 Son: Collis Eagle Shield b. 12-24-1924 d. 4-18-1935 Daughter: Inezy Eagle Shield b. 12-25-1927 d. 1-19-1934
Fritz Wallace Eagle Shield b. 12-8-1903 d. 3-14-1994 Spouse: Ada Eagle Shield b. 5-3-1992 d. 1-25-1996 Children Daughter; Barbara Eagle Shield b. 1930 Son: Samuel Eagle Shield b.1920
Louisa Crawler b. 10-26-1898 Robert Crawler b. 1873
For interest, it seems, there was a third name for Mary Crawler, that name was Her Eagle Robe. Furthermore, probably Mary Crawler was implicated ( LBH - battle, Reno battle )in the killing of Isaiah Dorman, who was a black interpreter, married to a Lakota woman.
Furthermore it seems, Deeds was an adopted son of Crawler, Deeds is often confused with One Hawk ,the son of Crawler. Deeds was by birth a Sans Arc, his father was Brown Back.
I found these hints in the book : Warriors at the Little Bighorn 1876, by Richard Hook, pages 16/17