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Filed under: Shawnee Indians -- Wars Filed under: Lord Dunmore's War, 1774 -- FictionFiled under: Tippecanoe, Battle of, Ind., 1811

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  • [Info] The Surrender of Sitting Bull: Being a Full and Complete History of the Negotiations Conducted by Scout Allison, Which Resulted in the Surrender of Sitting Bull and His Entire Band of Hostile Sioux in 1891 (Dayton, OH: Walker Litho. and Printing Co., 1891), by Edwin Henry Allison
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