Arapaho Crazy Horse As European settlers began to colonize the land the Arapaho

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Arapaho Crazy Horse As European settlers began to colonize the land, the Arapaho joined the Sioux in the conflict against the settlers. The Sioux fought to protect their homeland from settlers and were led by one of the famous chiefs Crazy Horse. In 1866, Sioux warriors Red Cloud and Crazy Horse ambushed 81 men led by Captain William Fetterman, killing them all. Cheyenne William J. Fetterman Cheyenne also joined with the Sioux in the conflict against the white settlers.Captain whose troops were ambushed and massacred in the Big Horn Mountains of Wyoming by the Sioux Indians, who were opposed to the construction of the Bozeman Trail.List the causes of the battle: Briefly describe the outcome of the battle: Questions to Consider:
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Why did the Sioux appeal to the U.S. government to stop the increasing settlements of whites along theBozeman Trail? Answer: It is because the territory was a region sacred to the Sioux. Besides this, the land Was the ambush against Fetterman's company of soldiers justifiable? Answer: Yes and no answer. It is
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  • Fall '17
  • Larry Schweikart
  • Native Americans in the United States, Lakota people, Cheyenne, Sioux, Sitting Bull

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