Not too many people want to talk about the Great man Inkaduta -Scarlet Tip.
Tasagya (His cane) uncle to Black Eagle
Black Eagle’s uncle White Nails-“Shakeska”
Black Eagle-Chief of Wahpekute-Father of Inkpaduta
Wife-Mdewakanton"Rattling Sighting"-Wakinyahsnala- Mother of Inkpaduta Wife-Sisseton
Son: Inkpaduta born 1800 Son: Red All Over “ Sinomani” or “Napenonana”Two Fingers" Son: killed Daughter: --------- married Frenchman Joesph Brown Daughter: "Hunkpatewin" Yanktonai Woman married Bullghost Daughter:"Walks With Many Names" married-Running Horse
Inkpaduta spouse: unknown
Inkpaduta’s children: Son: Roaring Cloud (Twin) Son: Fire Cloud(Twin) Daughter "Tipiwin" married Chief Rattling Hail Son: Sounds the Ground as he walks/Rattling as he walks(Twin) Son: Tracking White Earth/Grey Tracks(Twin) Son: Little Ghost Daughter: Winyan married End Of Horn Son: Thunder Cloud Son: Charley Maku
Sister: Yanktonai Woman married BullGhost Children Cetan Ho Waste born 1869 Zinkla Sa born 1872 Wasapa Tanka born 1877 Winyan Roaku born 1884
1896 census son Little Ghost-husband 25 year old Lightening came into house-wife 21 years old Cloudsfly-daughter 3 years old To Stand for them-daughter-18 months old
Last Edit: Dec 22, 2009 13:18:25 GMT -5 by ladonna
I have talked with the descendant that I mentioned in the post of course mr. little Ghost passed away this year but the End of horn here and the Seaboy plus the relatives in canada. If I remember right Inkpaduta only lived in canada from 1876 to to1880 I will have to go and check my record for his date of death.
Post by Sara James Childers on Dec 25, 2009 4:57:51 GMT -5
It seems i remember a story of one of his sons being struck by lightening and killed. Then when they were getting close to engaging the long knives in battle Inkpaduta went into ceremony and called upon his son for help. As the battle began a lightening bolt struck one of the long knives. Was this the massacre at Whitestone or Killdeer, seems it was the same battle Inkpaduta had the woman cover themselves with buffalo robes to scare the horses.
I might be getting my stories jumbled. It is late.
Been trying to put together Inkpaduta history anyone have any information
Tasagya (His cane) uncle to Inkpaduta
Black Eagle-Chief of Wahpekute 1st Spouse: Wahpehute -Rattling Sighting 2nd Spouse: Mdewakanton
Daughter: Cajeotawin-Walks With Many Names- married Running Horse Son: Inkpaduta b. 1815 d. 1879 Son: Red All Over Son: Two Fingers Daughter: Hunkpatinawin-Yantonais Woman b. 1948 d. 12-13-1932
Daughter: Dakota woman
Inkpaduta b. 1815 d. 1879 1st Spouse: Nawasmaniwin b. 2nd Spouse: Children Daughter: TipiWin married Joseph Brown Daughter: Thunder Cloud married Kahadat-Rattling Strike Daughter: Emma married End of Horn Daughter: Winyan married Bahhadot-His Old Man Daughter: Oyate Mani Win Son-Mahpiya Hota-Roaring Cloud/Charging Cloud (twin to Fire Cloud) Son-Mahpiya Peta-Fire Cloud (Twin to Fire Cloud) Son-Tracking White Earth (Twin to Sounds as He Walks) Son- Sounds as He Walks (Twin to Tracking Earth) Son-Little Ghost b. 1869 d. 12-1-1940 Son: Etaytanka-Big Face Son: Charlie Maku Son: Walk under the Ground Son: Thunder Cloud
TipiWin Spouse: Joseph Brown Children
Winyan Spouse: End of Horn Children
Winyan Spouse: Bahhadot-His Old Man Children
Thunder Cloud Spouse: Kahadat-Rattling Strike Children
Wangicitina-George Little Ghost b. 1869 d. 12-1-1940 1st Spouse: Tiyowakanhdiwin-Lightening Came into House-Theresa b. 1875 d. 3-2-1926 2nd Spouse: Sarah Heyoka Children Son: James Little Ghost b. 1901 Son: William Little Ghost b. 1908 Daughter: Agnes Rosa Little Ghost b. 1910 Daughter: Mary Jane Little Ghost b. 6-30-1912 d. 3-12-2002 Son: Robert Little Ghost b. 11-7-1915 Daughter: Malinda Little Ghost b. 1928 Son: Little Ghost b. 1929 Daughter: Clouds Fly Daughter: To Stand for Them
Iciskehan or Running Horses or Making Many Sisters Spouse: Cajeotawin or Walks with Many Names Children Son: Piza-Gall b. 1840 Son: Isnalawica Loneman b. 1950 Daughter: Ruth Gall Bloodyknife Tatanka Wanagi-Bull Ghost b. 1835 1st Spouse: Pazaahuwin-b. 1856 d. 6-22-1936 3rd Spouse: Winyan b. 1848 2nd Spouse: Hunkpatinawin- Yantonais Woman b. 1948 d. 12-13-1932
Children Daughter: Wipehinla-Woman’s hair b. 1866 Son: Cetanhowaste-Pretty Voice Hawk b. 1872 Son: Zitkalaluta- Red Bird b. 1874 Son: Wahpayatanka-Black Bird b. 1877 Daughter: Wagnuka- Bessie Bull Ghost b. 1880 Daughter: Path b. 1880 Son: Cankdiskahoyake-Wears the Hoop b. 1885 Son: Hiram B Bull Ghost b. 1890
Ladonna: There are many spelling mistakes in the names. George Little Ghost (Wanagicikadan) is supposed to be a nephew not a son. Mark Diedrich says he is listed as Little Spirit which is an alternate translation (Wa =noun marker, nagi = dead spirit, Cikadan = little) he received this name during the Louis Riel rebellion when he jumped into a trench and yelled at the soldiers that he was a Little Ghost, they they could not kill him. Whether this is the true origin of the name remains to be discovered. He is an allotee here at Spirit Lake. Miss Seeboy (Hoksinawayakapi, not Seaboy) works here at the college. I gave her your list. I guess it is up to her to respond. Toksta ake, Louie
The story told to me by Ambrose Little Ghost was that Little Ghost was the son of Inkpaduta, and the Seaboy also told me the story of their grandmother being Daughter of inkpaduta and that Little Ghost and their Grandmother were brother and sister. Danny Seaboy should be at the house Friday night, I hope to put together the history with Danny's help
Hi - I am trying to determine if Sarah Leontine Deegan is a grandchild of Inkpaduta. I have old handwritten family notes indicating that she might be. She apparently lived most of her life in Canada (Saskatchewan), coming from the US as a child. She was born about 1888. Her baptism certificate says she is the daughter of Tawocakawin, I've also seen her recorded as the daughter of Towachowastewiz (born about 1855). Lydia Seaboy (Oyatemaniwin) was an aunt of her's I think. She may also have been related to Joseph and Marie Patrippe ... I think Joseph was a son of Inkpaduta? Any info would be useful!