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Turning Hawk's Story of the Battle
TURNING HAWK'S STORY
Fort Yates, North Dakota] [June 1930]
TURNING HAWK [came] from north and [at] "4" got along [the] river. Turning Hawk [was almost] killed [at] "5" in Custer massacre, but came alive again. Three [of us] went after Custer [Reno's] horses and two [were] killed, but [the] bullets flying around [at] "5" did not hit Turning Hawk.
[There were] three companies. Turning Hawk [was] in party behind army. Turning Hawk killed two Indian scouts [at] "6" -- one Sioux and one Crow. [Note: See The Twisted Saga of the Seventh Cavalry's Unsung Scouts for more info on the Seventh Cavalry scouts killed.]
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