• Native American Folklore Art,Contemporary Western Art ,Equine Painting "SITTING BULL'S DANCING HORSE" by Colorado Landscape Artist Nancee Jean Busse

    1 month ago - By Daily Painters Of Colorado

    In the 1880s Sitting Bull joined Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show. He traveled all over the country and saw many things, but wearied of the white man's ways. He went back to the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota to be with his Hunkpapa people. Before he left the Wild West Show, Buffalo Bill gifted him with his favorite show horse which could do many tricks.
    After returning to the Reservation, Sitting Bull became the center of the Ghost Dance movement, which the white men thought was the signal for a great uprising. The Ghost Dance Movement was really a religion of despair. It gave...
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