Black Elk Speaks: The Complete Edition

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APPENDIX 3
The Drawings by Standing Bear, Black Elk’s Friend
1. Title Page of the First Edition
2. An Indian Way of Writing a Name: Black Elk’s Name Sign and Standing Bear’s Name Sign
3. The Battle of the Hundred Slain
4. The Two Spirits Coming for Black Elk
5. Black Elk Leaving to Visit the Six Grandfathers
6. Black Elk before the Six Grandfathers in the Flaming Rainbow Tepee
7. Killing the Drought
8. Black Elk under the Tree of Life
9. Black Elk at the Center of the Earth
10. A Bison Hunt
11. Custer’s Battle: Reno’s Retreat
12. Custer’s Battle: Custer’s Defeat
13. Custer’s Battle: Siege of Reno’s Troops
14. Black Elk Living in Fear of the Thunder Beings
15. In the Horse Dance: The Four Maidens
16. Horse Dance (Chief): West
17. Horse Dance—Chief: North
18. Horse Dance (Chief): East
19. Horse Dance (Chief): South
20. The Dog Vision: Butterflies and Dragonflies
21. The Dog Vision: Killing the Dog
22. Black Elk’s Spirit Journey Home
23. The People in Despair
24. Going to the Other World
25. Black Elk in the Other World
26. The Wanekia under the Holy Tree
27. The Battle of Wounded Knee: Disarming Big Foot’s People
28. The Battle of Wounded Knee: The First Shots
29. Wounded Knee Battle: The Massacre
30. Black Elk Protected by the Sacred Bow

The Standing Bear drawings available today are courtesy of the Western Historical Manuscript Collection—Columbia, John G. Neihardt Papers, ca. 1858–1974.

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