John Gray estimated that there were about 34 lodges of Sihasapa or Blackfeet Lakota at the Little Bighorn (1976 p. 356). We also know that there were two Sihasapa leaders present: Crawler and Kill Eagle (both discussed below on their own seperate threads). We know from John Grass and Charger (published in Dorsey 1897 p. 219-220) that Kill Eagle's band was known as Wajaje (not to be confused with the Brule/Oglala tiyospaye by the same name). Part of the Wajaje Sihasapa had remained at the Standing Rock Agency in 1876 while part were out hunting with Kill Eagle. But I do not know the name of Crawler's band. www.american-tribes.com/Articles/ART/BlackfootLakota@LBH.htm
If it walks like a duck, sounds like a duck, and looks like a duck ~ it is probably a goose.