List the causes of the battle:
leave their regions of the Black Hills. They abandoned the reservations and started fighting for their region. General custer had already arranged 3 troops to take down the Indians. The army totally miscalculated how strong the Indians would be, how many Indians there were, and also because they thought they had superior strength and weapons. In the end, General Cluster and the 7thcavalry didn’t end up waiting for the other troops and decided to penetrate the Little Bighorn Valley with mindsets of victory. Briefly describe the outcome of the battle:The restlessness and lack of planning and patience of George Custer’s part led to his whole cavalry being slaughtered by the opposing thousands of Indians. Questions to Consider:1.What tactical errors led to Custer's defeat? He was really restlessness in the 2.What was the response of the American people to Custer's defeat? 3.What is the legacy of the Battle of Little Bighorn? Identify the role of the following tribe and key figures in the battle:SiouxSitting BullWovoka
The Sioux had little to no food, and had barely any place for any activities to take place. Sitting Bull was a very influential leader to many people, which had the USworried. Wovoka contributed a message of hope, recovery, and rehabilitationfor Native Americans that had wrongly suffered, or witnessed suffering of loved ones. List the causes of the battle: Briefly describe the outcome of the battle:The outcome of the battle was very tragic. The Sitting Bull along with around 300 Indians were killed by the US Army.Questions to Consider:1.What was the Ghost Dance movement, and why did it alarm U.S. officials? The
2.Why did the Seventh Cavalry of the U.S. Army have a motivation for revenge against the Sioux? The motivation was that their old commander, General Custer, 3.What is the legacy of the Battle of Wounded Knee? The Ghost Dance movement
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- Spring '16
- Sharron Neal
- Native Americans in the United States, Cheyenne, Sioux, Battle of the Little Bighorn, Sitting Bull