Why did the Sioux appeal to the US government to stop the increasing

Why did the sioux appeal to the us government to stop

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4.Why did the Sioux appeal to the U.S. government to stop the increasing settlements of whites along the Bozeman Trail? 5.Was the ambush against Fetterman's company of soldiers justifiable? 6.What is the legacy of the Battle of the Hundred Slain/ Fetterman Massacre? Red River WarDate and location:________________________________________________________Identify the role of the following tribes and key figure in the battle: Kiowa Comanche General Philip Sheridan List the causes of the battle: Briefly describe the outcome of the battle: Questions to Consider: 7.Why did the Kiowa and the Comanche refuse to move to the reservation in the Texas panhandle? 8.What efforts did General Philip Sheridan make to avoid innocent casualties in this war? 9.What is the legacy of the Red River War? Battle of Little BighornDate and location:________________________________________________________ Identify the role of the following tribes and key figures in the battle: Sioux Sitting Bull
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Cheyenne General Custer Crazy Horse List the causes of the battle: Briefly describe the outcome of the battle: Questions to Consider: 10.What tactical errors led to Custer's defeat? 11.What was the response of the American people to Custer's defeat? 12.What is the legacy of the Battle of Little Bighorn? Battle of Wounded KneeDate and location:________________________________________________________ Identify the role of the following tribe and key figures in the battle: Sioux Sitting Bull Wovoka List the causes of the battle: Briefly describe the outcome of the battle:
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Questions to Consider: 13.What was the Ghost Dance movement, and why did it alarm U.S. officials? 14.Why did the Seventh Cavalry of the U.S. Army have a motivation for revenge against the Sioux? 15.What is the legacy of the Battle of Wounded Knee?
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  • Spring '16
  • Caleb Smith
  • History, Lakota people, Cheyenne, Sioux, Battle of the Little Bighorn, Sitting Bull

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