Yes, it's true, Jack Red Cloud was one of the leaders in the Ghost Dance Camp at White Clay Creek in the summer / fall of 1890. However, according to Hyde in "A Sioux Cronicle" (and in other sources), he had in early December 1890 changed sides. At the request of General Brooke, around 3 December, he led Father John Jutz to the Ghost Dancer camp at the Stronghold. On December 6th direct talks took place between Two Strike, Little Wound, Big Road and General Brooke. According to Hyde, newspapers referred to Young Red Cloud at the time: "Jack Red Cloud, the highly respected son of the great chief." I therefore do not consider it impossible that Jack was among the Scouts in January 1891.
This is another picture of Taylor´s Indian Scout unit. Taylor himself is standing far right. Standing Soldier is standing in the front. Just behind him and a white officer stands the unidentified Lakota we have seen in the first group photograph:
OFFICER LOUIS WAHPAHAH* is the unidentified white soldier standing 5 rows behind the top hat, the skin pigmented or metis white lakota soldier i believe is *HAT(known as white cap Gnaskinyan Mani's brother, same mother(wahpekute/sissatonwan, different dads, gnaskinyan mani's father is left hand bear. White Cap's Unknown, Louis became Wahpaha'Ska IN Canada and disappears 1901. in the wiciyena side of gnaskinyan mani's family that WHITE CAP (your unidentified soldier*)escaped back to dakota country cypress hills, drawn in images of the day sitting bull was killed by witnesses, my great grandmother 'maggie' her name was KiWinYan(GeeWeeYah) or Ki-Wi-Yah because the N is silent, born 1872-73ish, her name meant at birth was born a male baby but after first changing of diaper becomes a male, IN CANDA on a lakota dictionary her name means TO BECOME A RESPECTABLE WOMAN AGAIN(MATURE) and she is Yankton Sioux Red Cloud Band,married to strikes the kettle in america, pictured is Son Of Wahpahah, Paha'Zizi(yellowhair) born 1875ish, Sam White Cap
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It is likely that Peter Shangreau was the son of Mary Shangreau (Mary Smoke)(Breath Wind) and Jewel Shangreau, the brother of Julian Louis Shangreau, John Shangreau, William Shangreau, and the grandson of Smoke.
It is interesting to note that John Conroy turned out to be an “unforeseen consequence” of Smoke’s “Wagluhe experiment” at Fort Laramie. Tom Conroy took the children from their mother when he and his wife separated and then abandoned them. They were subsequently raised Lakota. John Conroy (American Man)(Wasicula) was upwards of eighteen years of age at the time of Greasy Grass, and, according to Frederic C. Wagner III, was “One of 12 Sioux sharpshooters who prevented Reno’s troopers from going to water.”