Title: Untitled [Two Sioux Indians]

Periodical: Huddersfield Chronicle and West Yorkshire Advertiser

Date: December 3, 1887

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Two Sioux Indians, named Blackbird and Choice, belonging to Buffalo Bill's Wild West, now at the Aston Lower Grounds, Birmingham, were on Tuesday morning charged before the Aston magistrate with being drunk. The Indians were found in separate public-houses in a state of incapability, and were conveyed to the police station in a hand-cart. The defendants were ordered to pay fines and costs amounting to £2 5s. 6d.

Title: Untitled [Two Sioux Indians]

Periodical: Huddersfield Chronicle and West Yorkshire Advertiser

Date: December 3, 1887

Topic: European Tours

Keywords: American Indians Bars (Drinking establishments) Police stations Sioux Nation

Place: Birmingham (England)

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