This is a mass grave for the dead Lakota after the massacre. As shown in the picture, many people died.
This is an illustration by Frederic Remington. It appeared in Harper's Weekly in 1891.
This is Wounded Knee hill, the location of Hotchkiss guns during battle and mass graves of Native Americans.
Native American chief Spotted Elk is seen lying dead after the massacre of Wounded Knee. It took place in 1890.
These are survivors of the Wounded Knee Massacre. Their names are White Lance, Joseph Horn Cloud, and Dewey Beard.
This is a drawing of the battlefield. It depicts many people in battle and weapons they used are drawn in detail.
This is a map of the battlefield. Key locations are shown such as where troops were stationed and certain camps.
In this image, people are shown at a burial party, loading victims on a cart to be buried. 84 men, 44 women, and 18 children died on the field.
This is a view of a canyon at Wounded Knee. Dead horses and bodies are visible. The military hired civilians to bury bodies.