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The Indian Side. Of the “Battle of little Bighorn” . Sitting Bull.

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The Indian Side

Of the “Battle of little Bighorn”


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Sitting Bull

  • The one of the most proud leaders and military generals of the Indians . He was felt as a threat to the foul whites but he was actually substance ally and peaceful chief .To all but most Indians in the area .But the whites believed if he was successful at beating the whites at the battle of little big horn he Is truly a threat to society . The Indians followed in this belief.


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Effect of little Big Horn .

  • The Effect that Sitting Bull had on his nation of Indian tribes he controlled was so inspiring and intense. That people started to worry that with all that power he might abuse it and start to become an essential threat to the Indian nations . So they sent Indian policemen to take him prisoner but he did not cooperate so they shot him at some time in 1890 .No one know when because it was never recorded .


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Gen. Custer Bio

  • George Armstrong Custer was a brilliant military leader and tactician. He was born on December 5th, 1839. He would have no way to know, that one day he would be one the greatest commanders known to the U.S. Army. He also wrote a book entitled, My Life on thePlains, and was the co-author of a book called, The Custer Story (he was a posthumous co-author.) He was killed at the famed battle of Custer’s Last Stand.

By: Jacob and Browning


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Battle Map

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The Battle Summary (June 24-25, 1876)

  • The white army’s strategy was this: the commander Custer sent in suspected a trap, but couldn’t contact Custer. So he deployed a skirmish line a few hundred yards from the Native American’s encampment. There then was a lot long- distance firing with the white army taking their first casualty of the day. (It would not be their last.)

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Battle Plan Con.

Major Reno realized that their odds were five to one (them being the one) and realized that Custer still hadn’t sent in reinforcements. A scout came back and reported that the Indian commander had massed more than five hundred Indian warriors and forced Reno to make a hasty withdrawal into the timber in a loop of the river, here the Indians pinned him and his troops down and began the massacre.

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The Battle Plan Con.

The white troops dug rifle holes and tried to stop the Indians but it was a fruitless attempt. And all goes to say that there was not one survivor from the white army. Not even Custer himself

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Resources

  • We used sites such as Wikipedia, Dogpile, Mama.com, and a vast amount of other resources.

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