|William Little Elk #695 & Living Elk/Minnie Little Elk #696-(Married
1882 at Carlisle Indian School, Penn., by preacher).
Wm. Little Elk #695- Parents: Black Kettle #1946 & Stands Moving, died before allotments, Cheyenne.
Living Elk/Minnie Little Elk #696- Parents: Wolf Face #703 & Wa-hi-ah
Text Copyright (c) 2003 Ruby Bushyhead C&A Family Heirship and Estate Testimonies.
| Little Elk, one of the returned Carlisle boys, went to
Lawrence to act as baker for the new school, he having learned baking at
Calrisle. His wife went with him and is engaged as assistant laundress.
A number of other Carlisle pupils went and are employed in various ways
about the institution. Thus it will be seen that Indian labor is being
utilized as far as possible for helpers at this school.
September 1884 THE MORNING STAR, Vol. V: No. 2, p. 3
|William Little Elk, 43, full blood, Chey., husb., married by Indian
Custom, Father was Black Kettle and Mother was Stands Moving (dead).
Minnie Little Elk/Living Elk, 43, full blood, wife, Father was Wolf
Face and Mother was
Children of William and Minnie Little Elk were: Emma/Flying Woman, 14,
Text Copyright (c) 2003 - 1902 Cheyenne and Arapaho Family Register, courtesy of John Sipes, Jr.
|(This note only says.....Pratt to Miles, Oct. 10, 1881, Minnie Little
Text Copyright (c) 2004 John Sipes