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BattleDate andLocationKey figure inbattle and tribesinvolvedCausesOutcomeSand CreekMassacreNovember29, 1864Sand Creek,ColoradoColonelChivingtonCheyenne andArapaho led byBlack KettleTreaty of FortLaramie in 1851promised GreatPlains to Cheyenneand Arapaho, butconflicted withsettlers looking forgoldChivington resignedBlack Kettle continuedpeace efforts and acceptednew reservation in IndianTerritoryFettermanMassacre(Battle of theHundredSlain)December21, 1866Fort PhilKearny,WyomingLakota,Cheyenne, andArapaho led byRed Cloud andCrazy HorseColonel WilliamFettermanBozeman Trail (usedto travel to goldmines) passedthrough reservationhunting groundsBuilt forts along TrailResponse to SandCreek MassacreNA led Fetterman andtroops into an ambushwhere all diedForced US Army toreconsider commitment toprotecting Bozeman TrailRed RiverWar1874 to1875SouthernPlainsWilliamTecumsehChiefs Big Treeand Satanta ledArapaho,Cheyenne,Kiowa, andComanche

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Term
Fall
Professor
Mrs. Berry
Tags
Native Americans in the United States, Lakota people, Cheyenne, Sioux, Sitting Bull

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