The men are all Sissetons. subchiefs of Standing Buffalo. Top left is Waanatan (Charging) 1828 - 1897 the famous chief connected to the 1862 uprising material. Top right is Siptoduta (Scalet Bead) AKA Chief Beads, 1834 - 1921 son of Hoksinawasteka (perhaps a Good Boy). Bottom left Tiyowaste (Good inside his house) AKA Little Fish 1825 - 1919. Bottom right: Matohin (Bear Hair) older brother of Scarlet Bead. They all lived in the St. Michael, ND area known as Kahminoyanke (Bend Place, bend in Devils Lake known today as Mission Bay). James McLaughlin Indian Agent is sitting in the middle. Photo taken in 1876.
Tepewarxte misss spelling of Tipiwaste (Good House) AKA TiyoWaste (Good inside his Lodge) meaning Good Provider AKA Little Fish. Chief of the Sisseton Dakota at Fort Totten pictured slouched in his chair on the far right in the photograph. Enrollment number 303-204 1825 -1919. Onspeokage missspelling of Unspeokawinge (Broken Ax) Chief of the Needle Elbow band of Wahpeton Dakota Fort Totten Enrollment number 303-725, 1817 -1897. by Louie Garcia, Ft. Totten, North Dakota. Devils Lake - Minniwakan.
There is a Biography of Chief Little Fish by Mark Diedrich.
The following have been identified by my friend Mike Cowdrey of San Luis Obisbow, CA.
He who Pursues the Raven: Historically known as Charging Eagle, Rushing War Eagle, and Bad Gun. 2nd mandan Chief 1829 -1900.
Lean Wolf, also known as Poor Wolf meaning "Skinny" he was the Hidatsa 2nd chief 1820-1898.
Medicine Lance, also known as Dancing Flag, Mandan 1st Soldier.
Son of the Star also known as Rushing bear (KuuNux tunawiinx) 2nd Sanish (Arikara) Chief 1815 -1881.
White Shield I also known as White Parfleche (NahtAsuu'taaka 1st Sanash Chief 1798 -1878
His Roan Horse, historically known as Red Buffalo Cow 1st Mandan Chief
Crows Breast 1st Hidatsa Chief - I forgot to get his information ( someone fill it in)