Thomas Stoneman, who was a Yanktonai, was one of the policemen detailed to arrest Sitting Bull in 1890. Later he draw a painting, possibly around 1925, of the scene of Sitting Bull´s death and the fighting that broke out. The painting is at the State Historical Society of North Dakota, Bismarck, ND.
Behind the log houses you can see a tipi and the dance ground of the Ghostdancers. Sitting Bull is held in the middle of the picture by two policemen and gets killed. Afraid of Bear (Bull Head) is bleeding from several wounds. Sitting Bull is also shown lying dead a little bit below that scene. A policeman has smashed in his head.
The picture is quite large, but I hope you can discern some names on the painting.