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Battiste Good's Cycles Winter Count. Multi. Cardstock. Bureau of Ethnology Tenth Annual Report Pl. XXI. This chromolithograph Dakota Winter Count shows circles of tepees, men, peace pipes and buffalo. It is marked, "Sackett & Wilhelms Lithe. Co. New York." Battiste Good's Lakota name was Wapostangi, or Brown Hat. He was born in the year the star passed by with a loud noise, or 1821-22. He was a Brule Dakota living on the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota in the 1880s. "Winter count" was a Native American mnemonic device passed from one generation to another marked with pictographs that recorded noteworthy events in tribal life that took place each "winter" or year.