Chief Buffalo Child Long Lance

Chief Buffalo Child Long Lance
1890 - 1932

Chief Buffalo Child Long Lance  American Writer

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American Writer Chief Buffalo Child Long Lance was born Sylvester Clark Long on 1st December, 1890 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA and passed away on 20th Mar 1932 Anoakia, San Gabriel Valley, California, USA aged 41. He is most remembered for Calgary Herald. His zodiac sign is Sagittarius.

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First Name Chief
Middle Name Buffalo Child Long
Last Name Lance
Full Name at Birth Sylvester Clark Long
Alternative Name Long Lance
Age 41 (age at death) years
Birthday 1st December, 1890
Birthplace Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA
Died 20th March, 1932
Place of Death Anoakia, San Gabriel Valley, California, USA
Cause of Death Suicide by gunshot
Build Athletic
Hair Color Brown - Dark
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Ethnicity Multiracial
Nationality American
High School Carlisle Indian Industrial School
University St. John's Military Academy
Occupation Text Journalist, writer
Occupation Writer
Claim to Fame Calgary Herald
Music Genre (Text) Journalism, Autobiography
Official Websites www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=15771003

Chief Buffalo Child Long Lance (December 1, 1890 – March 20, 1932), born Sylvester Clark Long, was an American journalist, writer and actor from Winston-Salem, North Carolina who, for a time, became internationally prominent as a spokesman for Indian causes. He published an autobiography, purportedly based on his experience as the son of a Blackfoot chief. He was the first presumed Native American admitted to the Explorers Club in New York City. Sylvester's father Joe believed that his father was white and his mother Eastern Cherokee. His mother Sallie Carson was Croatan (also known as Lumbee) and European. After his claim as Oklahoma Cherokee or Blackfoot was found to be false, he was dropped by these same social circles to which he had gained entry.

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The Silent Enemy1930Baluk, mighty hunterMovie

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