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Horse's Ghost

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Horse's Ghost
Known for  Trip to Washington to argue for Native American rights with Major Charles B. Lohmiller

Horse's Ghost was a Sioux Chief in Montana at the Fort Peck Indian Reservation who argued for Native American rights with members of President Taft's administration.

Biography

In 1911 he went to Washington with Major Charles B. Lohmiller to argue for Native American rights with members of President Taft's administration.

In 1913 he took part in the National Reliability Tour sponsored by the American Automobile Association.

References

Horse's Ghost Wikipedia


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