Strong Medicine at the Greasy Grass
(unframed)16 x 20 in.
(framed) 22.25 x 26.25 in.
Many of the lead warriors at the Battle of the Little Big Horn were in their prime, having participated in many other battles before the late June confrontation in 1876. Research shows that any two warrior chiefs could have out-strategized Custer and his men because of their fighting experience up to that point in history. White Bull, a Sioux, rode gloriously on the Greasy Grass, already knowing the outcome of the battle.