The Battle of Little Big Horn, June 25-26, 1876.

freakyfauna: “ From Sioux Indian Painting published by C. Szwedzicki “Besides the verbal accounts of the Little Big Horn Battle, the only visual records are those left by the Indians.

A pictographic account of the LBH Battle - 1876 | www.American-Tribes.com

Record Red Horse drawing of dead cavalry, 1881

A pictographic account of the LBH Battle - 1876 | www.American-Tribes.com

Red Horse pictographic account of the Little Big Horn Battle -

Image from Red Horse exhibition

Red Horse, "Untitled from the Red Horse Pictographic Account of the Battle of the Little Bighorn" graphite, colored pencil, and ink (NAA MS National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution)

A pictographic account of the LBH Battle - 1876 | www.American-Tribes.com

Record Red Horse drawing of dead cavalry, 1881

A pictographic account of the LBH Battle - 1876 | www.American-Tribes.com

Red Horse pictographic account of the Little Big Horn Battle -

A pictographic account of the LBH Battle - 1876 | www.American-Tribes.com

Red Horse pictographic account of the Little Big Horn Battle -

Detail, From Here to Eternity by Dwayne Wilcox

Detail, From Here to Eternity by Dwayne Wilcox

Native American Ledger Drawing

Native American Ledger Drawing

A pictographic account of the LBH Battle - 1876 | www.American-Tribes.com

These 18 ledger drawings by Red Horse, a Minneconjou Lakota Sioux warrior, still relate the story of the Battle of the Greasy Grass, 140 years later.

A pictographic account of the LBH Battle - 1876 | www.American-Tribes.com

Red Horse, "Untitled from the Red Horse Pictographic Account of the Battle of the Little Bighorn" graphite, colored pencil, and ink (NAA MS National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution)

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