Little Bighorn. It is now a national park.
Yes Chief Sitting Bull defeated general George Custer at the battle of Little Big Horn.
Chief Sitting Bull, leader of the Sioux Nation
General George Custer was defeated and killed in the Battle of Little Bighorn
The Indian chief Sitting Bull defeated Custer in what is called Custer's last stand.
The Battle of Little Bighorn
Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull and Gall are the 3 most prominant.
Sitting Bull, war chief of the Lakota Sioux and Northern Cheyenne people. They defeated General Custer and his cavalry.
One of the many leaders of The Battle of Little Bighorn. In which he defeated Custer and his men.
Custer died and was defeated in the Battle of Little Bighorn in 1876.
George A. Custer(Battle of Little Big Horn)
Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse. Sitting Bull was elderly and did not fight in the battle, but he was widely respected among the Sioux, and his vision of a Sioux victory was instrumental in rallying them to fight.
Sitting Bull .
General Custer died at the battle of the Little Bighorn, southeastern Montana.
No. A relative of his claimed to have killed Custer, but Sitting Bull was elderly and did not participate in the battle.
Battle of the Little Bighorn, Montana, 1876. He and his warriors defeated Lt Col George Custer and five troops of cavalry.