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Sioux leader of the battle of Little Bighorn?


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2010-12-30 22:02:32
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Sitting Bull was the major leader. However Crazy Horse led as well.

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The Sioux leader during the Battle of Little Bighorn was Sitting Bull. Other leaders were Crazy Horse and Chief Gall.

Most of the Sioux Indians died out in The Battle of the Little Bighorn

The Battle of the Little Bighorn took place on June 25 and 26, 1876. The Battle of the Little Bighorn was in late June 1876, in the valley referred to as the valley of the Little Bighorn, in Montana, where General George Custer encountered a number of Sioux Indians.

He was the leader of a US cavalry patrol which was destroyed at the Battle of the Little Bighorn by native Americans of the Sioux & Cheyenne tribes.

The outcome of the battle of little bighorn was Custer's men attacked the Sioux 300 men died and 31 wounded.

the battle of the little big horn was between the Lakota Sioux and AMERICA! (Commandder George A. Custer)

The Participants in this Battle were- US Government- The Sioux Clan- Cheyenne- Arapaho

General George Armstrong Custer was the commanding officer of the 7th Cavalry, which was defeated by the Sioux at the Little Bighorn.

The Sioux Indians had won the battle with all of their decisive tactics used during it.

The Battle of the Little Bighorn, also known as Custer's Last Stand and, by the Lakota Sioux, as The Battle of The Greasy Grass, took place on June 25th, 1876 on a bend of the Little Bighorn River in what is now Big Horn County in southeastern Montana.

The special thing about The Sioux is that they are a unique tribe. Probably the only two tribes that participated in the battle of the little bighorn. Sioux Indians are special.

The principal Lakota leaders were Sitting Bull (although he did not participate in the actual fighting, but acted as a spiritual leader), Crazy Horse, Gall, He Dog.

The Battle of Little Bighorn happened when the US government discovered that there was yet another goldfield underneath the land of the Sioux. The US Government offered to purchase the land, but the Sioux refused and set up a warfront to repel the US, they reacted in the same manner, attacking the Sioux clan and trying to gain access to their land.

the leaders are of us army is george armstrong cluster and the sioux forces of native americans

Sioux forces led by Crazy Horse surrounded and defeated Custer and his troops.

The Sioux Indians won Battle because all of Custer's men died including Custer. Indians had that victory.

The Sioux Indians' best achievement was The Battle of Little Bighorn, where the Sioux Indians at an Indian camp fought off early American forces when they tried to take their territory. The Indians killed many Americans, including general George Custer, a major U.S. military leader.

Sitting Bull was the spiritual leader of the Lakota Sioux, but Crazy Horse, Gall, and Low Dog, He Dog were the war chiefs. Two Moon and Dull Knife were the principal Cheyenne leaders.

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