"I Bet You'll Listen Next Time"


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11x17" semi-glossed matte print, hand signed and numbered __/25

When Custer died during the battle of Little Bighorn, he was to be left alone.  None of the warriors were able to take a trophy from him, but one warrior did not like that so he took one of his fingers.  The women were told to take care of his body, no sort of defacing what-so-ever because they wanted him to be recognizable when found.  The women began to jab their bone awls into his ear-holes to widen them, to send the message to his spirit in the next life that he may listen better the next time he tries to fight with the Lakota/Cheyanne/Arapahoe.

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