The Disappearance of the Great West and the Native Americans

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The Disappearance of the Great West and the Native Americans By 1890, the entire West…. IN 1860, there were about 360,000 Native Americans but sadly,…the clash was inevitable…4 territories: UT, AZ, NM, OK(Indian Territory) For more than a decade after the Civil War, fierce warfare between Indians and the US Army raged…battles such as at Sand Creek, CO, in1864…1866, Sioux attack of Captain’s Feterman's
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Unformatted text preview: 81 soldiers at WY’s Bighorn Mountain. But in 1874, when Custer found gold in the Black Hills of SD, part of the Sioux reservation, many came for it, and the Sioux fought, inspired by Sitting Bull. In 1876, Custer’s 7th Calvary attacked a superior fore of 2500 warriors at Little Bighorn...
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