Sitting Bull, a Hunkpapa Sioux, was born in 1831 in the region of Grand River of the
Indian territory (now South Dakota).
As a young boy, he was already showing
promise as a leader. Therefore, believing the spirit was driving him, Sitting
Bull became chief of the Sioux tribe.
Little did he know that he would later
guide this tribe through one of its most well-known confrontations with the
American army, the Battle of the Little Big Horn.
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