|Typescript excerpts from interviews with Sitting Bull.|
|Description: ||Typescript excerpts from interviews with Sitting Bull.
a. “Sitting Bull in Camp: Interview with One of General Custer’s Murderers…,” from the Evening Journal, 1885.
b. “Sitting Bull: A Chat with the Old Warrior-His Version of the Custer Massacre-The President’s Policy in Treatment of the Indians and Other Topics, from the Saginaw Evening News, 1885.
c. “Sitting Bull: A Half Hour in the Tent of the Great Sioux Chief-He Talks about the Campaign Against His People,” from the Evening Leader, 1885.
d. “Sitting Bull: The Herald Interviews the Great Chief and Ascertains His Position Toward the Whites,” from The Herald, 1885.
e. “Sitting Bull: A Chat with the Famous Chief and his Partner, Crow Eagle. An Unusual Gathering in the Southern Hotel Parlor Yesterday,” from the St. Louis Critic, 1885.
f. “The Wild West,” from the St. Louis Globe Democrat, 1885.
g. Interview of Sitting Bull at the Southern Hotel, including Sitting Bull’s opinions of the white man and his customs, from the St. Louis Critic. 1885.
h. excerpt from The Great Divide, “Sitting Bull: the Great Medicine Man of the Dacotahs” by H. Beaugrand, based on Beaugrand’s meeting with Sitting Bull in Canada, in 1885. 1891.
i. excerpt regarding an interview with Sitting Bull at Fort Walsh, Canada, including a description of Sitting Bull, n.d.
|Collection: ||Campbell, Walter Stanley (1877-1957)|
|Document Location: ||Box 113, Folder 7|