Published on February 24, 2011 by Aquarius
White Bull 1849-1947
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White Bull (Pte-San-Hunka) was a member of the very close related tribe of the Miniconjou. He was born in April, 1849. His father was Makes-Room, the chief of the Miniconjou. His mother was Good feather, a sister of the Hunkpapa-chief Sitting Bull. One Bull, a Hunkpapa Sioux, was a brother of White Bull.
White Bull was first called Bull-standing-with-Cow (as a child), later White Bull and at last (in the time, he lived in the reservation) Joseph White Bull.
He took part in the battle at Little Big Horn River in 1876. He also was present at the “Semicentennial of the Custer Fight” on June 25 -26, 1926.