Sitting Bull was apart of the Sioux Tribe.
The Sioux tribe :P
He was the chief for an Indian tribe.
the sioux tribe
Geronimo was an Apache war chief. Crazy Horse was a war chief of the Oglala Sioux, or Lakota. Sitting Bull was a chief and shaman of the Hunkpapa Lakota tribe.
Sitting Bull was in the Sioux tribe before he became cheif of the hunkpapa tribe
Yes. Many looked up to chief Sitting Bull.
Sitting Bull was part of the Sioux (soo) tribe of American natives.
the hunkapapa tribe
sitting bull belonged to the Sioux
the sioux tribe
what date was sitting bull born on
no. chief Sitting Bull lived along the Grand River which is now South Dakota
No it sitting bull and crazy horse were not the leaders.
sitting bull hade 3 kids
siting bull was chief of his tribe who was a warrior and was good at hiding and overthrowing the us military. still bull refrused to go by whiteman law. sitting bll had respect from the usa army. sitting bull led his people to safe spots and also escaped to canada to protect his tribe. sitting bull surrendered into to allow is tribe a better future for all generations. sitting bull was never scared and thus chewed his own shin to relrease himself from the chains on hi s rist, so he could escapte. there was no way sitting bull would be left do die in prison.
Chief Sitting Bull was Chief of the Hunk-Papa Souix.
Chief Sitting Bull died on 15 December 1890.
Chief Sitting Bull (TÈŸatÈŸÃ¡Å‹ka Ãyotake).
No, he was a famous Lakota Indian chief in the 1800s.
He was from the Lakata or tenton Sioux tribe in the hunkpapa family.
Sitting Bull was a spiritual leader of the Hunkpapa tribe of the Lakota Sioux Nation. He was not a true war chief, as were Crazy Horse, Gall, Low Dog, and others.