From Heritage Auctions; each one is sold separately, unfortunately. I hope the PILA has seen them. Note the skunk skin wrapped around the horse's neck on two drawings and as garters in another. Not sure what order they should be in and I wonder if there are more...
I wonder if this is the same Skunk:
We have a thread about Young Skunk, the Oglala: amertribes.proboards.com/thread/1796/skunk-lakota - of course, it may not be the same man. I wonder if the man Kingsley refers to in the above link is the same Young Skunk who was accused of killing the shepherd Henry Miller during the Ghost Dance troubles, although that man was surely too young to have ben involved in the fights against the Crow.
Last Edit: Apr 29, 2020 2:20:01 GMT -5 by grahamew
According to my files Young Skunk was a son of No Water (don't know the source).
In 1891 Young Skunk was involved in a lawsuit over the killing of herder Henry "Ike" Miller. On February 1891 he was arrested - together with Plenty Horses (Casey's Killer) - and transferred to Fort Meade and charged with murder. Later it turned out that he was innocent and Skunk was acquitted. There were rumors that a Brulé was the real killer.
Henry Young Skunk was one of the informants of Reverend Eugene Buechel, S.J.