started when the government was dishonest about signed treaties and agreements. The uprising all started when members of the Sioux tribe stole eggs from a white settler. After arguments broke out, the Sioux killed people from the family. Before others could attack, Little Crow took initiative and attacked local settlements. Only 150 Sioux lives were lost, compared to 500 white settlers. This uprising stopped some unfair treatment of Native Americans. 6. Crazy Horse Crazy Horse was another leader of the Sioux. During the Grattan Massacre, he earned his reputation as a fierce fighter, and his tribe named him their leader. He led his men into battle with Red Cloud at the Fetterman Massacre. Crazy Horse was also at the Battle of Little Big Horn, and he also stopped Custer’s men from advancing a few days earlier. Later, Crazy Horse had to surrender at Fort Robinson in Nebraska and was killed when he tried to escape. All of these chiefs have different stories, but they are all fighting for the same cause. White settlers were coming into their land to hunt, build, and farm and the government was forcing the Native Americans out of their homeland. These chiefs fought for their rights and tried to maintain their land for their people, either through war or treaties.