Crazy Horse was the chief of military of the Sioux and at the Fetterman

Crazy horse was the chief of military of the sioux

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Crazy Horse was the chief of military of the Sioux and at the Fetterman massacre he commanded a war party which in turn resulted in victory. Cheyenne William J. Fetterman Like the Arapaho, The Cheyenne also allied with the Sioux tribe to fight the settlers. The troops of this captain were massacred by the Sioux Indians, who didn’t want any developments on the Bozeman trail. List the causes of the battle: Briefly describe the outcome of the battle: Questions to Consider:
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1.Why did the Sioux appeal to the U.S. government to stop the increasing settlements of whites along the Bozeman Trail? Because the region of the 2.Was the ambush against Fetterman's company of soldiers justifiable? It was and 3.What is the legacy of the Battle of the Hundred Slain/ Fetterman Massacre? The
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