Sarah Round Stone/Bull Ribs, 21, full blood, with husb., parents Round Stone and Sharp Nose Woman. (Lives with husb. at Tongue River Agency, Montana).

1902 C&A Family Registar 
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Fred Roundstone writes from Busby, Mont., that he is farming.

March 27, 1914 ARROW

Est. of Louis Round Stone, Probate Case, Lame Deer, Montana.
His first wife was married to Frost or Frog (?). She had a son named Robert Burns, in Okla., and a Chief Clerk at the Indian Agency. Her second husband was Packs the Badger, a Sioux. Her 3rd husband was Two Moons and no children out of this marriage.
4th husband of Frost or Frog was Braided Locks, and had no issue.
First wife lived with Louis rest of life.
2nd wife Maracoosa (not long apparently) 1 child. Maracoosa was first married to Bob Tail Horse before Louis and they had one child named Thaddeus Red Water.
3rd wife was Burns Woman, she was first married to Crazy Head, then to Hides Cloud, no child, then married Round Stone and seperated from him.
Round Stone and Sharp Nose daug. named Sarah Waters and over 40 years old says her father married 7 times. (1) Sharp Nose; (2) Maracoosa; (3) Burns Woman; (4) Sally Stands Out; (5) Mary Looks Around; (6) Carrie Bearclaw; (7) Mrs. White Bird. Married 53 years ago to Sharp Nose. Their oldest child 2 years old at the time of the Custer fight in 1876. Lived with Sharp Nose until death.

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Est. of Little Wolf, 75 years old, born 1851, Busby, Montana, (Northern Cheyenne). Raised together with Louis Round Stone, Life long friends.
Louis Round Stone had three wives: (1) Sharp Nose, dead, had 5 children. They were: (1) Mrs. King Fisher; (2) Boy died in South Dakota when he was 6; (3) Fred Round Stone; (4) Infant that died; (5) Sarah (?) Southern Cheyenne and over 40.
2nd Wife was Maracoosa.
3rd Wife was Burns Woman.

Text Copyright (c) 2004 John Sipes Collection. Univ. of Neb., Love Lib., Archives and Special Collections, Marie Sandoz Coll., Lame Deer Agency, Montana.

W.A.Jones, Commissioner, to James C. Clifford, U.S. Indian Agent, Tongue River Agency, Montana, Feb. 20th, 1902.
Reports five Cheyennes still at Res.
Stouch replied all allotted at C&A Agency but left before he assumed charge.
John Squint Eye married to Northern Cheyenne woman and makes home with her but informed some Indians he intends to return to his former home.
Bull Ribs (woman) and daughter of Sharp Nose Woman, married to a Northern cheyenne man and lives with him.
David Big Man married to Northern Cheyenne woman but returned to Cheyenne and Arapaho Res.
Sharp Nose Woman married to Round Stone a Northern Cheyenne and lives with him.
Grave Woman unmarried.
Stouch has no objections to them returning to the C&A Agency.
For the women it might be a hardship to have them returned.
Strike names from the Tongue River rolls.
Grave Woman has ponies and when the grass grows for forage she and Squint Eye might return. They do not intend to evoke a hardship.

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H.B Peiars, Chief Supervisor of Education, Haskell, Lawrence, Kansas, to Leo Bonnin, Supt. at Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency, May 15, 1923.
Letter requesting info.on how many students that completed 8 grades or more in Government Indian Schools and their success or failures since they left 
school in the government or public working areas of employment. Supt. Bonnin stated- From Carlisle Indian school: Benajh Miles, born 1867, Arapaho, 1/2 blood, farmer, Calument, Okla.; Emily Kaney, born 1878, Cheyenne, 1/2 blood, housewife, Ark. City, Kan.; Henry Row of Lodges, born 1879, Arapaho, full blood, farmer, Greenfield, Okla.; Lydia La Mere, born 1881, Arapaho, full blood, housewife, Walthill, Neb.; Emil Hauser, born 1883, Cheyenne, 1/2 blood, nightwatch, Salem Ind. School, Chemawa, Ore.; George Balenti, born 1884, Cheyenne, 1/4 blood, with highway, State of Okla., Okla. City, Okla.; Kish Hawkins, born 1878, Cheyenne, full blood, U.S. Indian Police, Concho, Okla.; Michael Balenti, born 1886, Cheyenne, 1/4 blood, Professional Baseball, Sioux City, Iowa; Julia Prentiss, born 1879, Cheyenne, 3/4 blood, housewife, Calument, Okla.; Peter Hauser, born 1886, Cheyenne, 1/2 blood, Umpire, profess. baseball, McAllister, Okla.; George Frass, born 1879, Cheyenne, 1/2 blood, farmer, Calument, Okla.; Fred Roundstone, born 1886, Cheyenne, full blood, farmer and stockman, Lame Deer, Montana; John Balenti, born 1890, Cheyenne, 1/4 blood, (no occupation given); Rosa Seneca, born 1883, Cheyenne, 1/2 blood, housewife, Ark. City, Kan.; Nina C. Gabaldon, born 1884, Cheyenne, full blood, housewife, Wichita, Kan.

Text Copyright (c) 2003 Berthrong Coll. Cheyenne and Arapaho Schools.