|Chief of the Cheyenne Dog Soldiers leader|
|Died||July 11, 1869|
Tall Bull (1830 - July 11, 1869) (Hotóa'ôxháa'êstaestse) was a chief of the Cheyenne Dog Soldiers. Of Cheyenne and Lakota parentage, like some of the other Dog Soldiers by that time, he identified as Cheyenne.
One of his wolf songs survives:
My love, it is I who am singing. Do you hear me? 
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