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    The Battle of Little Bighorn In the land of the Black Hills, gold was discovered by white settlers. This event took place in the 1870’s in Dakota Territory. The chance to get rich was now for the American settlers, but the only problem was a Native American tribe called the Sioux occupied this land. The United States Government saw this as a problem. On January 31, 1876, the government urged the Sioux leader named Sitting Bull, and his people to give their land away to white settlers and move to a reservation. The Sioux decided not to leave, and that this was their land. At this point, the Sioux and the whites hated each other. Meanwhile, the United States Army was marching in to force the Sioux to move to a reservation. The General…

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    On June 25th, 1876, Lieutenant Colonel George Custer attacked Sioux forces near Little Bighorn. Even though the Battle of Little Bighorn has been greatly remembered, the conflict was not the only factor in the final outcome of Little Bighorn. The United States government, Sioux tribes, and American citizens all played roles in the story, which all led to the outcome of Little Bighorn. The pivotal moments that led to the outcome of the Battle of Little Bighorn were the signing of the Treaty of…

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    why they didn’t get along. The Battle of Little Bighorn was an important battle, for both the Indians and the United States. During the battle the Indians defeated Lieutenant Colonel Custer which he lost over 200 men which were in the Seventh Cavalry. Although this battle was a great…

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    Sitting Bull Sitting Bull was born in 1831 in Grand River, South Dakota. He was a Hunkapa Lakota, a medicine and a holy man. Sitting Bull was famous both in American and Native American history. One of the ways he became famous was through the famous victory battle, “Battle of Little Bighorn.” At the age of 10 he killed his first buffalo ever, and four years after he had fought in an honorably battle against the rival clan. After killing his first buffalo and…

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    Crazy Horse attacked the general in Rosebud valley and forced the general to retreat. Later in summer of 1876, Crazy Horse merged his forces with Sitting Bull’s at Little Bighorn River. At the Battle of the Little Bighorn, Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull defeated a battalion of soldiers George. A. Custer’s command. The Battle of the Little Bighorn made whites nervous about the Native Americans, so more of the army was sent in. Colonel Nelson A. Miles lead a campaign to force all Native Americans to…

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    Over the book ZIts accomplish much more experiences than anyone else over the world.Result of time traveling, he also changed to angry little boy into critical thinking and individual. One event that most effect on ZIts was his second time traveling. Which was Native Indian Boy, a small boy at the camp of Little BigHorn right before Custer's attack. Chapter 7 A large man, decorated in war paint and carrying a tomahawk, approaches and hugs him, and Zits realizes that this man is the Indian boy's…

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    Battle of Little Bighorn Battle Analysis The subject of this paper is going to cover one of the most controversial battles in history, George Armstrong Custer’s defeat at Little Bighorn on 25 June, 1876. We will examine what could have happened though if Custer would have taken the advice of his scouts and held off on the attack. At the time this was Custer’s best source of intelligence, should he have heeded the advice of his human intelligence (HUMINT) sources? This battle has been well…

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    America is full of historical events and major battles that marked our nation either positive or negative. As it is known all stories have more than one version and the Battle of Little Bighorn is no exception. For instance, many historians had taken the time to analyze and study the events and actions that lead to the battle and what was the aftermath of it. With this in mind, many historians can conclude that it was “the most successful action fought by the American Indians against the United…

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    group of people. In the case of the Battle of Little Bighorn, media outlets used the power of the press to pit the public against the Native Americans in order to gain support for the process of forcing the Native Americans onto reservations and into agencies. Not only was the media able to sway the opinion of the public, but they also indirectly switched President Grant’s ethical Peace Policy approach of settling issues between the U.S. and the Native Americans to a more forceful, violent…

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    One of the things that I saw in the movie that I recognized from class was the Battle at Little Bighorn, which, in the movie showed Sitting Bull and mentioned Crazy Horse. Another one of the other things that was in the movie and discussed in class were that gold was discovered in the Sioux’s tribal land, the Black Hills, and that the government tried to trade with them other land so that they would acquire the Black Hills. We had also talked about reservations, which were government-controlled…

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