Term: Spotted Arm (Broken Arm), Ho-Chunk chief
His Ho-Chunk name is generally given in printed sources as Man-ah-kee-tshump-kaw. Spotted Arm was a prominent war chief of the Ho-Chunk during the first third of the 19th century. Historian Lyman C. Draper described him this way: "...also known as Broken Arm from the fact that he had been severely wounded in the arm at the biege of Fort Meigs in 1813, where he distinguished himself. ... His village is noted on Chandler's map of the lead region, 1829, as apparently about a mile north of McNutt's diggings near the present village of Exeter, Green County. He is said to have died four or five years after the Black Hawk War."
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[Source: Wisconsin Historical Collections, 1888]