16 hours ago yellowwolf's said: I think that the first represented the famous Southern Cheyenne head chief YELLOW WOLF - Hisiometanio (Ridge Men) band – who died in 1864 Sand Creek massacre. In march 1863 it’s sure that he travelled to Washington to meet President Lincoln together a Kiowa peace delegation. In the second photo is the whole delegation. In the wonderful site of British Museum, in this photo he is labelled as “Yellow Wolf” – Cheyenne.
CHARGING EAGLE 1834 -YELLOW WOLF -LONE/ONE FEATHER 1849
Yellow Wolf, I would like it very much if, we could talk sometime. The "Charging Eagle" you have listed was my; G.G.G. Grandfather. I think there is a very good chance that, we may be related. Thanks, kakarns