Crazy Horse Crazy Horse was a brave Sioux warrior who fought for his peoples

Crazy horse crazy horse was a brave sioux warrior who

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While General Custer had just over 200 men in his column, the Native Americans numbered nearly 2,000warriors. General Custer and his men attempted to fight, as more and more men fell then the situationgrew increasingly desperate. The Indians broke through Custer's line, killed every single U.S. soldierincluding General Custer. This fight has become known as the Battle of Little Bighorn or Custer's LastStand.Questions to Consider:What tactical errors led to Custer's defeat? Answer: As the leader of the 7th Cavalry regiment, he was   What was the response of the American people to Custer's defeat? Answer: The slaughter of Custer What is the legacy of the Battle of Little Bighorn? Answer: The government redrew the boundaries of the
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  • Fall '17
  • Larry Schweikart
  • Native Americans in the United States, Lakota people, Cheyenne, Sioux, Sitting Bull

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