Chauncey Eagle Horn, WWI Veteran, was killed in action in France in 1918. He is buried in Okreek, South Dakota. His father fought at the Battle of the Little Big Horn in 1876.
The Rosebud Sioux Tribe was the first American Indian tribe in the United States to establish a Tribal Veterans Cemetery.
2014 saw the first Memorial Day ceremony conducted by Veterans at the Tribal Veterans Cemetery
The Sicangu Lakota Warriors visit several cemeteries each year on the Traditional Memorial Day on May 30, 2014
Bugler Eugene Iron Shell, Jr. plays taps on Memorial Day at the Calvary Cemetery in Okreek, SD
Members of the Chauncey Eagle Horn Legion Post #125 conducted ceremonies at the Calvary Cemetery in Okreek, SD on May 26, 2014
Chauncey Eagle Horn Post #125 Commander Eugene Iron Shell, Sr. leads the Memorial Day ceremony at the St. Charles Cemetery in St. Francis, SD
Chauncey Eagle Horn Post #125 with a rifle salute at St. Charles Cemetery in St. Francis, SD
The Veteran's Section of the St. Charles Cemetery in St. Francis, SD
Chauncey Eagle Horn Post #125
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