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History and Memorabilia about Chief Satanta

The History of Chief Satanta

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"The Red Tipi"

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Caption from the back of the original:
“Chief Set’tainte (Satanta) descendants red Tipi.  War lance in front to let his Kiowa people know he was home from battle/raid.  This is the only red Tipi in the Kiowa tribe.  All chiefs/war chiefs had their own design and were known by their Tipi’s.  This Tipi was set up in front of guard house when war shield came home (had been at the Phoebe Hearst Museum at University of California, Berkeley for a century) at Fort Sill.  There was a huge celebration”
 
Provided by Betty J. Sankadota Washburn
Great great granddaughter of Chief Satanta





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Chief Satanta