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Lazy White Bull's Story of the Battle #2
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I rode past them up the ravine. They took courage and followed me. We were behind the soldiers as we got up on the ridge, and we began to shoot at them. Some of them got off their horses and hid behind them to shoot back at us.
Lakotas were riding all around, shooting at the soldiers, who didn't go any farther along the river. I [rode] around the ridge and dodged the bullets until I met a party of warriors with Crazy Horse. He was a chief of the Oglala and a brave fighter. He wore plain while buckskins and let his hair hang loose with no leathers in it. He had white spots painted here and there on his face for protection in battle, and it was said he was bulletproof...
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