PERSONAL INFORMATION Sitting Bull was born on the Grand River in South Dakota in 1831. His father had the name Sitting Bull, and his mother's name was Her-Holy-Door. When he was born, his parents named him Jumping Badger. As a child, there was nothing miraculous to separate him from other children of his age and tribe. His nickname was Hunkesi, meaning, "Slow," because he never hurried or did anything with care. At a young age, though, he thought of himself as a leader. On his first hunt at the age of 10, Jumping Badger killed his first buffalo. He gave the meat away to elders who could not hunt for themselves. After he went on his vision quest at the age 14 he proved himself a leader. When Sitting Bull grew up he had at least 3 wives and maybe about 5. His first 2 wives died and his last 2, Four Robe and Seen-by-the-Nation gave him many children. PERSONALITY Everyone has a personality and so did sitting bull. He was a brave and fearless man and to top it all of he was also a very kind and extremely caring person, husband, and father. IMPORTANT LIFE EVENTS Sitting Bull shared food, clothing, and tepees with Indians. In 1867 the Sioux Nation joined together and decided to pick one chief to lead them all. They chose Sitting Bull. Sitting Bull was given a beautiful chief's headwear of black and white eagle feathers. Each feather stood for a brave deed done by the best warriors. It was delicate and admirable. ACCOMPLISHMENTS
A.betrayed B.defeated. C.well-trained. D.none of the above
The feather used to identify a Native American wounded in battle is commonly known as the wounded feather. It is usually a single eagle feather that is either partially or entirely dyed red. This feather is worn as a symbol of bravery and signifies that the warrior has been injured in combat.
Eagle feathers or eagles have meaning to the peoples who have a spiritual connection with them. A single eagle feather has meaning according to what it is used for in the culture. If there is no spiritual connection with eagles, then its just a feather, but its still a beautiful feather.
Different tribes have different meanings on these things, specifically speaking. Generally speaking a feather had to be 'given' to someone to make it special (there are other ways, but that becomes specific). In any case, as a general and simple explanation, a feather would be given to a man for each act of bravery he committed. If he were to save a child from an animal attack, etc.
it helps the eagle to fly.
Because people can't tell if you found the feather or if you killed the eagle to get it.
what does an eagle feather looks like
No, it is not a preposition. An eagle is a bird, a noun, which may be used as an adjunct or adjective (eagle nest, eagle feather).
The Eagle's Feather - 1923 was released on: USA: 15 October 1923 Finland: 8 March 1925
No they did not take it , it is called Eagle after a novel.
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eagles are birds. Birds have feathers.
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Eagle is good luck.