Corpse of Lakota Chief Spotted Elk After Wounded Knee Massacre

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Joshua J. Mark
by US National Archives and Records Administration
published on 06 February 2024
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The dead body of Lakota Sioux Chief Spotted Elk (also known as Big Foot, l. 1826-1890) lies in the snow after the Wounded Knee Massacre of 29 December 1890.

US National Archives and Records Administration.

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