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Who is one of the Sioux leaders at Little Big Horn?

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Crazy Horse, Lame White Man, Sitting Bull, and Gall were the Sioux leaders at the Battle of the Little Big horn.

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


the battle of the little big horn



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If you're talking about the battle at the Little Big Horn against the Sioux Nation, that was June 1876.


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The residents of that community were Sioux, Cheyenne and Arapahoe.


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Ulysses S. Grant was the President of the United States during the Battle of Little Big Horn in June of 1876. The Battle of Little Big Horn took place in Montana between the U.S. Calvary and Native Americans that included the Sioux. The battle was won by the Native Americans.


The little big horn battle was in Big horn County, Montana


No. The warriors were Lakota Sioux, around 1500, around 450 Cheyenne, and a few Arapahoes.


Chief Sitting Bull (Tȟatȟáŋka Íyotake).


There were a number of American Indian leaders at the Battle of the Little Big Horn. The Indians were gathered together originally to trade and visit so they were there in very large numbers. Among the more well known leaders were Gall, Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse.


The Battle of Little Big Horn took place on June 25, 1876. Lieutenant Colonel George Custer and his U.S. Army troops were defeated by the Native American Lakota Sioux and Northern Cheyenne.


The Sioux nation was inspired to keep on fighting by Sitting Bull's prophecy of victory. The Battle of the Little Big Horn was a huge victory for the Sioux Indians.



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