National Geographic : 1944 Jul
Lt.Col.A.B.Welch On This Canvas, One Bull Records, in Color Pictures, His Exploits During "Custer's War" The drawing, about 38 by 70 inches, shows the Custer massacre in upper left (Plate IV). The line stretchingacross thecanvas represents theLittle Bighorn River. Below it, at left, tepee circles are inscribed with the names of the tribes taking part in the battle. Figuresat lower leftdepict Indian women and children fleeing to a hill. The right half shows Maj. Marcus A. Reno's running fight with the Indians. One Bull (Plate XVI)figures prominently, since such apicture record, common among Plains warriors, usually was autobiographical. Emerging from the Hunkpapa camp, where Sitting Bull had histent, isthemounted figure ofOne Bull, advancing toward Reno's battle line. He next appears on a larger horse to the right of the battle line, where hehas broken through torescue awounded friend, Good Bear. At extreme right center he is seen again, striking a soldier who is firing his revolver into the air. Englishlettering was done byOne Bull's daughter.