Very interesting census data on Sitting Bull´s family in 1890. However, it seems to me that not all was recorded entirely correct.
No. 1173, Wanakiksin, is more likely Bear Louse´s deaf-muted son Refuses Them, later called John Sitting Bull. In the 1881 Sitting Bull Surrender Ledger, Wanakiskin is translated as One Who Takes Part With Others.
No. 1174, Akicitaciqala, Little Soldier, was indeed later called Henry Little Soldier, another son of Bear Louse.
No. 1176, Lodge, is Her Lodge in Sight, also called Lizzie Sitting Bull, Sitting Bull´s daughter.
1177 and 1178 are twin sons of Sitting Bull. Red Scout, who died early, was called in the earlier 1881 records The One They Shoot at With Arrows and On the Hill and Not Afraid on Train.
No. 1178 was one of the 1890 survivors, who was called earlier Fled With, Fled and Left Him on Train or Runs Away From. He later went under the name William Sitting Bull. I can´t say why he was called Theodore in this list.
Chase Near, the grandson of Sitting Bull, was the son of Walks Looking and Andrew Fox.
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