Star. Ho-i-toich.
Cheyenne Ft. Marion POW.

        Lucy Star. From the Cheyenne and Arap Agency, listed as Arapahoe. Arrived 11/14/1889, aged 16. dept7/29/1890. dead by 1894.

        Old Star. (rg 1329). Arapahoe from Cheyenne and Arap. Father is listed as Old . Arrived 10/22/1883 aged 14, dept 6/17/1884 sick.

Genevieve Bell NARA Collections.

C&A Letter Book Vol. 12:107-110. Lee to Commanding Officer, Ft. Reno, I.T. Jan. 19, 1886.
Lee wants detachment of 15 Cheyenne Indian scouts sent to Cheyenne and Cottonwood Creeks near the Cimaron River to compel 7 lodges of Indians from these points back to the reservation. Star has 5 lodges and Flying Hawk has 2. These Cheyennes refused the beef issue from the agency herd. They took beef from the T5 ranch on the Cherokee Strip. Put Flying Hawk in the guard until his case can be attended to. Star has a good reputation. They know full well they have no right to live off the reservation. Salutary effect by making an example of one of them.

Text Copyright (c) 2004 Sipes/Berthrong Collections.  Cattlemen and Trespassing on Reservation.

C&A. Letterbooks, Cantonment, Vol. 1:182-184. Wm. M. Pulling to C.F. Ashley, 
Oct. 5, 1892.
...schools filled to over 70 pupils in attendance. The Cheyennes came in 
large numbers for a talk with me. 5 Companies of "Dog Soldiers" being 
present a part of whom came mounted and drawn up in line firing Winchesters 
into the air( in demonstration of joy, I suppose). Among their first 
questions was, " Are you afraid?" I said "No". Short speeches were made by 
No-com-is-tah, Red Lodge, Whirlwind, Little Medicine, Little Big Jake, 
Howling Wolf, Little Man, Medicine Crazy, Roman Nose Thunder, Left Hand 
Woman, White Horse, Man-on-Cloud, and Star. The burden of which was 
self-praise for their conduct, request for a feast, and to ask that beef 
issues be made weekly hereafter( in recognition, I suppose, of their 
distinqished favors, they ask me to write their speeches.....I gave them a 
small feast from the commissary and will send a copy of the speeches later. 
Some of the whites think I need not have received them in council. There was 
no real use, but for peaces sake I listened patiently, and they went away 
pleased. I believe that all the new scholars reside in the Sub-Agency.

John Sipe.

U.S. Dept. of Interior
Office of Indian Affairs
Washington D.C.
Education- Administration Circular #401, March 12, 1910.
To All Indian Superintendents
"Report and statistics on returned students that attended non-reservation schools in so far as the success or failure is concerned."
Carlisle, Pennsylvania. (Name and Occupation Shown Below)
Ernie Black, works by the day and has sold his land.
Harvey White Shield, looks after his own business and rents his land for a share of the crop.
Joe Pawnee, none at present. 
William Abe Somers, none.
Alfred Brown,none.
Charles DeBrae, farmer.
Henry Roman Nose, none.
Cohoe, none.
James Hamilton, none.
(The above Cheyennes)
Arapahoes: Comanche, none; Phillip Rabbit, none; John H. Williams, none, has sold his land; Francis Lee, none; Dan Tucker, none; Cleaver Warden, farmer; Tom Carlisle, none; Howling Wolf, none, (Cheyenne).

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Cheyenne and Arapaho Delegation regarding Black Hills Claims.
Crooked Foot #2179, 71 years old, died 11-3-1921
Marriages: Spotted Elk, married 1874, died before allotments, Cheyenne; 
Star, married before allotments.
Children: Standing Different, female, 1 year, father Star, prior deceased; 
Crooked Pipe, female, father Star, prior deceased; Locust/Perry Star, father 
Star, prior deceased.
Parents: Flat Head #1988 deceased; Twenty Woman #1961 deceased.
Brothers and Sisters: Crow Neck 1/2 bro. parents Flat Head and Mourning 
Woman, died before allots.; Yellow Hawk 1/2 bro. parents Flat Head and 
Mourning Woman, living; Mouse Trail 1/2 bro. parents Flat head and Mourning 
Woman; Sioux Woman whole blood, deceased; Bonhice 1/2 sister parents Flat 
Head and Mourning Woman, living; Yellow Eyes 1/2 sister parents Flat Head 
and Mourning Woman, living.
Children of Deceased Brothers and Sisters: Irene Crow Neck, father Crow 
Neck, living; Crooked Nose/Emma Star (Mrs. William Pawnee) parents Star and 
Sioux Woman, living; Sioux Woman, sister of Crooked Foot, was plural wife of 
Star- their children were: Emma Star, living; Singing Walker, died before 
Star; Annie Star, died before Star.
Testimony of Star: "Spotted Elk was taken prisoner by the U.S. The Cheyennes 
were on the war path, and they surrendered, and the U.S. took Spotted Elk 
prisoner and took him to Florida where he died. This was the same year they 
took me prisoner at the same time they took Spotted Elk, and I was a 
prisoner there for three years, and Spotted Elk died while we were there, 
and I got married right after I got back home- married by Indian custom." 

Text Copyright (c) 2003 Ruby Bushyhead C&A Family Heirship and Estate Testimonies compiled by John L. Sipe, Jr. 

Star #2178, 78 years old, died 4-21-1924
Marriages: Crooked Foot, died 11-3-1921, Cheyenne; Sioux Woman, prior deceased.

Children: Standing Different, mother Crooked Foot, prior deceased; Crooked Pipe, mother
Crooked Foot, prior deceased; Locust/ Perry Star, mother Crooked, prior deceased; Singing Walker, mother Sioux Woman, prior deceased; Crooked Nose/ Emma Star, mother Sioux Woman, living; Annie Star, mother Sioux Woman, prior deceased;

Children of Deceased Children: none Parents: Hairless Bear, died before allots. and Bull Gun, died before allots.

Brothers and Sisters: Heap of Birds, bro., whole blood, prior deceased; Flying Bird, bro., whole blood, prior deceased. 

Children of Deceased Brothers and Sisters: Tobitha/Crooked Nose #2176, neice, father Flying Bird, living. Star was a prisoner and attended Hampton.

Text Copyright (c) 2003 Ruby Bushyhead C&A Family Heirship and Estate Testimonies. 

Cheyenne and Arapaho Delegation regarding Black Hills Claims.
Watonga Republican Newspaper, Sept. 18, 1930.
Charles J. Brill enroute to the site of the Battle of the Washita near Cheyenne, Oklahoma. Interviewed Chief Magpie and Little Beaver, Cheyenne warriors.

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