|Various typescripts of newspaper clippings regarding Sitting Bull.|
|Description: ||Various typescripts of newspaper clippings regarding Sitting Bull.|
a. “The Surrender of Sitting Bull,” from the New York Herald, 1881.
b. “The Chiefs Arrive: Sitting Bull, Gall and other Sioux Arrive in St. Paul,” from the St. Paul Dispatch. Includes descriptions of Sitting Bull and other chiefs on their way to Washington, D.C., 1888.
c. “On to Washington: The Chiefs from Standing Rock Go East to Visit Grover and Talk Over the Treaty,” from the Pioneer Press. Includes descriptions of Sitting Bull and other chiefs in Washington, D.C., and the chiefs’ ideas on the proposed treaty, 1888.
d. a news clipping by C. N. Herreid regarding Sitting Bull’s death and Herreid’s personal opinion of Sitting Bull, 1891.
e. “Visit to St. Paul of Old-Time Indian Agent Recalls Days of New Ulm Massacre of Whites,” from the St. Paul Daily News. Includes an interview with Major James McLaughlin regarding Sitting Bull, 1923.
f. news clipping from the Great Falls Tribune regarding weapons which belonged to Sitting Bull, 1933.
g. article by Luman U. Spehr of the Pioneer Press regarding the Ghost Dance, 1923.
|Collection: ||Campbell, Walter Stanley (1877-1957)|
|Document Location: ||Box 113, Folder 8|