Growing up, I've only heard "The Legend of Sitting Bull". To hear from his relatives the great difference in character than the way he was portrayed by the white man, is unsettling at best. It's amazing how no matter what time or place you live, you ARE who you are. It's only the perspective of the person that sees you that gets reported. Sitting Bull was portrayed in the public eye as a savage warrior. The reflections his family shared, certainly reminds me that everyone is more than meets the eye. This great man took the time to stop and think, "What is going to be best for my people?". Only a brave man would make the choice he did. He traded lifestyles.
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