Title: Charging Thunder

Periodical: Glasgow Weekly Mail

Date: January 9, 1892

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"CHARGING THUNDER."—This well-known member of the Wild West Show, who was remitted to the Sheriff on a charge of assaulting Mr Craiger, an interpreter, with an Indian club, on Monday, came up from the County Buildings to Duke Street Jail in a van along with the gang of 20 other untried prisoners. In the prison he was doffed of his own "toggery" and furnished with a rig out of dark moleskin. He has, however, been allowed by the authorities to wear his ornaments. He relished the warm bath as a luxury not often enjoyed.

Title: Charging Thunder

Periodical: Glasgow Weekly Mail

Date: January 9, 1892

Keywords: American Indians Glasgow (Scotland). Police Department Imprisonment Indians of North America--Clothing Indians of North America Police charges Translators

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