The battle of Little big horn

Sitting bull and Crazy horse were the leaders of the Lakota tribe. The Lakota indians fought in the battle of sitting bull, or Custards last stand. 

The battle of little big horn took place in what is now the plains of western South Dakota. He lead the "Lakota Sioux, Northern Cheyenne, and Arapaho tribes."In to battle against the 7th cavalry.
Crazy Horse Fought along side Sitting Bull. He was another chief of the Lakota tribe. They both refused to move on to another reserve. They said that they would fight.
The war was between two totally different cultures. The native americans: horses and bison culture on the northern great plaines. The U.S.: a highly industrial and agricultural culture.
Custer's last stand or (The battle of little bighorn) took place in june (25-26) 1876 Montana. Custer was the general of the 7th regiment of the United States cavalry. Custer was sent out to scout the area for posts for U.S. officers.
Custer, George Armstrong and all of his men were killed. The battle of little big horn is the biggest failure in american history.
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