How did an abducted baby girl became one of the most fearsome warriors? These kinds of stories are always fascinating. So, the girl in question was born in 1806 in the Gros Ventre tribe. She grew up in a violent and challenging environment where they had to battle for their survival. Then one fine day, their rivals, a “Crow” fighter, attacked her tribe and took the ten-year-old girl as a prisoner. Generally, prisoners are sentenced to death, but she met with a different fate. She was adopted by one of the Crow fighters and was raised as one of them. She was good in all kinds of activities, so she was encouraged to do whatever she felt like. Her foster father had lost his son, therefore, his adopted daughter stepped into the shoes of his son and became one of the proficient horsewomen and a great shooter. She possessed the strength of a man and showed the ability to butcher or slaughter wild buffalo. She and her group took shelter in a fort, with some white families, when the enemy struck. The woman stood her ground and fought a fierce battle to push her enemy, the Blackfoot back. She didn’t stop at that, rather she brought together some of her Crow fighters and attacked the surrounding Blackfoot communities. She captured their horses and several other things. This incident helped her to establish her name as one of the fiercest warriors of the tribe. She was renamed Biawacheeitchish, in Siouan language, which means Woman Chief. She also represented her tribe in the Council of Chiefs. In 1851, for peace negotiations, she was the representatives of the Crow tribe, along with the members of Cheyenne, Assiniboine, Arikara, Arapaho, Mandan Nations, and Hidatsa met with the commissioners from the United States government. The signing of the Treaty of Fort Laramie took place eventually. Following this treaty, she made a successful attempt in bringing peace between several Native American Tribes, including the Gros Ventre tribe and Crow Fighter. The peace was short-lived and in 1854, her death was at the hands of her birth tribe, Gros Ventre. She was not the first or the last woman to take on men and successfully prove that she was as good as any men in any tribe. The other women who made an impact in the world ruled by men are Biliiche Heeleelash and Akkeekaahuush. Though Biawacheeitchish had encountered many westerners in her entire life, she was never involved with anybody else.