Identify the role of the following tribes and key figures in the battle Sioux

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Identify the role of the following tribes and key figures in the battle: Sioux Sitting Bull In the battle of Little BigHorn, the Sioux Indians along with the other tribes battled the U.S. cavalry Was a member of Lakota, and was interested in Little Bighorn's war victory Cheyenne General Custer The Cheyenne tribe joined forces with the other Indian tribes to defeat the cavalry in the US In the battle of Little Bighorn General Custer commanded the 7th cavalry Crazy Horse Lakota warrior involved in Little Bighorn's fighting victory List the causes of the battle:
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The United States By taking more land, the army violated treaty agreements. Thisdeception prompted many tribesmen from Sioux and Cheyenne to abandon theirreservations and to join Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse in Montana.Briefly describe the outcome of the battle:The Indians defeated the whites, including 268 deaths and 55 seriously woundedin the U.S.Questions to Consider:1.What tactical errors led to Custer's defeat? What was the response of the American people to Custer's defeat? What is the legacy of the Battle Of Little Bighorn?
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Date and location:_______________December 29, 1890 South Dakota _________________________________________ Identify the role of the following tribe and key figures in the battle:SiouxSitting BullWovoka Officers shot dead Sitting Bull as they came to hishouse to apprehend him The inventor of the ghostdance used in good spiritby the tribes while doingthe ghost dance, theIndians wore special shirtsthat they felt could shieldthem from bullets. List the causes of the battle:
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Briefly describe the outcome of the battle:In the reservation, the Whites killed the Indians including women and childrenQuestions to Consider:1.What was the Ghost Dance movement, and why did it alarm U.S. officials? 2.Why did the Seventh Cavalry of the U.S. Army have a motivation for revenge against the Sioux? 3.What is the legacy of the Battle of Wounded Knee?
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  • Summer '18
  • Janet Hillsheim
  • Native Americans in the United States, Lakota people, Cheyenne, Sioux, Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull

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