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The Shoshoni had a very similar structure and also called them Dog Soldiers. I am working my way around to sneaking up to that article. Since the tradition crosses even linguistic traditions...the Shoshone are of the Uto-Aztecan language family...I am curious just how widespread this name and governmental structural aspect is/was. Shall we include them on this page, or give them a page of their own under Shoshoni Dog Soldiers? Should this page be renamed to Cheyenne Dog Soldiers? Duff (talk) 10:12, 10 April 2010 (UTC)
In this article: "...they were attacked by a force composed of Pawnee Scouts led by Major Frank North, and United States cavalry, who KILLED NEARLY ALL THE BAND ..." But according to other article on Wikipedia (Battle of Summit Springs) out of 450 Indians only 35 were killed and 17 captured. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2602:30A:2C21:3060:987D:FF72:4345:35AD (talk) 21:45, 25 March 2014 (UTC)