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Across The Fence: Edmund Guerrier: Custerís scout in 1867
August 27, 2015 M. Timothy Nolting   
Edmund Gasseau Choteau Guerrier was born in a Cheyenne Indian village along the Smoky Hill River when what would become Kansas Territory was then known as a portion of the vast Louisiana Purchase. Edmundís mother was a Wutapai Cheyenne and was named Tah-tah-tois-neh (Walks In Sight). His father, William Guerrier, was a Frenchman employed as a fur trader by William Bent and lived among the Cheyenne where he had taken Walks In Sight as his wife.
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