You don't give a timeframe or location making it hard for anyone to assist you.
Could it be a typo or misspelling and actually refer to Chief RED Wing?
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" Hodge’s Handbook of American Indians speaks of the name of Red Wing as that “of a succession of chiefs of the former Khemnichan band of Mdewakanton Dakota, residing on the west shore of Lake Pepin Minnesota where the city of Red Wing now stands. At least four chiefs in succession bore the title of Chief Red Wing, each being distinguished by a second name as well. The elder Chief Red Wing is recognized as early as the time of the Pontiac War, 1754-1776. The name was maintained during two succeeding generations, but later disappeared sometime between 1862-65.
The apparent son of the earliest Chief Red Wing, of whom recorded history is more aware, is Tatankamani or Walking Buffalo. Tatankamani, was born around the year 1750 into the Mantanton tribe and was related to the Mdewakanton chief Wabasha I, possibly as his nephew. The Mdewakanton considered (Chief) Red Wing among the greatest of their leaders, valued by his people as one of the most prominent warriors in the nation. He was “famed for foretelling events… a great prognosticator.” "