Module 1 Lesson 2 Assignment 1Griffin Rice(I tried to be a settler throughout the whole essay)The Sand Creek Massacre was a massacre of both the Cheyenne and Arapaho peopleby the United States Army. I witnessed over 600 soldiers go in and obliterate a village insoutheastern Colorado killing only 400 Natives. Now the location is marked as the Sand CreekNational Historic Site.The Battle of Little Horn also known as Custer's Land Stand. I witnessed the NativeAmerican army destroy the U.S. Army. It is known as the “Custer’s Land Stand” because theU.S. Army refused to retreat and stood their grown during battle. This was the mostembarrassing battle I have ever witnessed.The Wounded Knee Massacre was a massacre in 1890. It all started when a NativeAmerican doing the “ghost dance” accidentally fired his weapon and at that point the U.S. armybegan shooting at the Natives. I watched the U.S. army disarm the Indians and they still tried tofight back.In 1890 Native Americans had a dance called the “Ghost Dance” which if done correctly
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