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The Indian Head/Buffalo Nickel in circulation between 1913 and 1935 was designed by Sculptor James Earle Fraser. Several Native American Indians posed for Mister Fraser including Big Tree of the Kiowa, Chief Two Moons and Chief Iron Tail of the Oglala Sioux.

         

                                           Chief Two Moons                                      Chief Iron Tail

Chief Iron Tail became famous after Wounded knee and performed with Buffalo Bill Cody (see Cody, Wyoming) and his Buffalo Bill Wild West Show. Buffalo Bill said that "Chief Iron Tail is the finest man I have ever known."

In May 1916, Chief Iron Tail, at the age of 74, became ill with pneumonia while performing with the Miller Brothers 101 Ranch Wild West in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Buffalo Bill expressed regret that the Chief was sent to the hospital and that he had not received the telegram.[13] Iron Tail's body was transferred to a hospital in Rushville, Nebraska, then to Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, where he was buried at Holy Rosary Mission Cemetery on June 3, 1916.[14] With deep emotion, Buffalo Bill said he was going to put a granite stone on Chief Iron Tail's grave with a replica of the Buffalo nickel (for which Chief Iron Tail had posed) carved on it as a memento. However, Col. William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody passed away on January 10, 1917, just six months after Chief Iron Tail's death. In a ceremony at Buffalo Bill's grave on Lookout Mountain, west of Denver, Colorado, Chief Flying Hawk laid his war staff of eagle feathers on the grave. Each of the veteran Show Indians placed a Buffalo nickel on the imposing stone as a symbol of the Indian, the buffalo, and the scout, figures since the 1880s that were symbolic of the early history of the American West.

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