Chief Two Leggings
For many Crow warriors during the Plains wars, it was a small jump from stealing Sioux horses to scouting for the U.S. Army
against them. Two Leggings, like Curly and White-Man-Runs-Him, became a well-known scout for General George Armstrong Custer.
Born along the Bighorn River in Montana, Two Leggings was a member of the Crows' Uxarache clan. His life story was told to
William Wildschut, a Montana businessman, between 1919 and 1923. Two Leggings died at home in Hardin, Montana. From: historical
accounts & records
LINK TO BRAVEHORSE WARRIORS VOLUME TWO