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bighorn (2) - Battle at the Little Bighorn By Mr McGiunness

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Battle at the Little Bighorn By Mr McGiunness www.SchoolHistory.co.uk
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The Laramie Agreement In late 1875, Sioux and Cheyenne Indians were angered at the whites travelling into their sacred lands in the Black Hills. Gold had seen many miners entering the sacred land
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Promises Broken The US Government had promised Red Cloud that white settlers would not be allowed to settle here. This was part of the Fort Laramie Treaty. The Sioux gathered with Sitting Bull to fight for their lands.
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CUSTER To force the large Indian army back to the reservations, the Army sent Lt. Colonel George Custer and the Seventh Cavalry. Spotting the Sioux village about fifteen miles away along the Rosebud River on June 25 , Custer also found a nearby group of about forty warriors.
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Out Numbered Ignoring orders to wait , he decided to attack before they could alert the main party. He did not realize that the number of warriors in the village numbered three times his strength.
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bighorn (2) - Battle at the Little Bighorn By Mr McGiunness

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