The Story of Jack Red Cloud by Daniel Long Soldier
As an adult, Red Cloud was recognized as a leader and orator of the Oglala. As a young man he was as eager as any other young brave to prove his worth in battle. As the son of the renowned chief Red Cloud, he felt the pressure even more. Wearing his father’s war bonnet and carrying
his gun Yellow Boy, Jack and other teen warriors rode with a war party against the Crow.
Jack bravely attacked a group of Crow by himself, but found himself in trouble when he ran out of ammunition for Yellow Boy. Recognized as the chief’s son he became the target of the Crow. In the ensuing chase, he was knocked off his horse as the Crow counted coup and he lost his
father’s bonnet and rifle. He was saved by a fellow Oglala warrior.
Daniel Long Soldier’s four-panel "Story of Jack Red Cloud" has been combined onto a single sheet for presentation.
Available in the following editions
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Giclée on paper
Image size: 21" x 29¾"
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