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- Battle Of Little Big Horn - 1,329 words
Battle Of Little Big Horn Five springs ago I, with many Sioux Indians, took down and packed up our tipis and moved from Cheyenne river to the Rosebud river, where we camped a few days; then took down and packed up our lodges and moved to the Little Bighorn river and pitched our lodges with the large camp of Sioux. The Sioux were camped on the Little Bighorn river as follows: The lodges of the Uncpapas were pitched highest up the river under a bluff. The Santee lodges were pitched next. The Oglala's lodges were pitched next. The Brule lodges were pitched next. The Minneconjou lodges were pitched next. The Sans Arcs' lodges were pitched next. The Blackfeet lodges were pitched next. The Cheyenn ...
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- Custer And The Great Controversy - 1,089 words
Custer And The Great Controversy Custer and the Great Controversy by Robert M.Utley The controversy of General Custer and the actions that culminated his fate and almost three hundred men under his command has long been discussed and debated by many historians as well as important military officials all trying to conclude what happened at the Battle of Little Bighorn. There have been countless myths and legends of what occurred on that fateful day in American history, but there has yet to be a solid right answer. This answer is difficult to conclude for one reason, there were no survivors of the battle from Custers troops. This led to the many different sides of story that were mostly fabric ...
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- Hello And Welcome To Channel 7 News At 11:00 Today We Have A Special Broadcast Coming To Us Live From Washington Dc We Are Go - 1,823 words
Hello and Welcome to Channel 7 news at 11:00. Today we have a Special Broadcast coming to us live from Washington D.C. We are going to join Bill Beutel in a couple of seconds. Ready Bill.....Ok we are now sending you live to Washington..... Bill: "Custer's Last Stand"...this rings a bell in the minds of many as you will see in tonight's segments..."Custer Stands Again". Tonight we will have a one on one, first time interview with General George Armstrong Custer. His death stirred up bitter controversy. Well he is with us today for one last chance to get to the bottom of everything. Let me introduce General George Armstrong Custer. Hello General. Custer: Hello Bill, how are you doing? Bill: F ...
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- Sharon Pollocks Walsh - 1,203 words
Sharon Pollock's Walsh Progress is the elimination of the savage. These words of General Terry, a character in Sharon Pollock's Walsh, demonstrates how he and his fellow white men feel towards Native Indians. The indians see Canada as their homeland, but the Canadian government will not let them stay and will do anything in their power to make them leave to the United States. They are cheated against, lied to, and betrayed by their government, because of their ethnic background. Especially Sitting Bull, the head of the Sioux nation, who is being accused for the death of General Custer. Walsh, Sitting Bull, and General Terry contribute to this theme of prejudice towards the Sioux by the gover ...
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- Subject Advanced Placement Us History - 955 words
subject = Advanced Placement US History title = Development of the West Beyond The Mississippi papers = Ryan Loker 1-6-96 AP US History Period 3 DEVELOPMENT OF THE WEST BEYOND THE MISSISSIPPI The years 1840 to 1890 were a period of great growth for the United States. It was during this time period that the United states came to the conclusion that it had a manifest destiny, that is, it was commanded by god to someday occupy the entire North American continent. One of the most ardent followers of this belief was President James K. Polk. He felt that the United States had the right to whatever amount of territory it chose to, and in doing this the United States was actually doing a favor for t ...
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- They Died With Their Boots On - 467 words
They Died With Their Boots On? They Died With Their Boots On Starring: Errol Flynn as General Custer, Olivia de Havilland as Elizabeth Bacon, Arthur Kennedy I as Ned Sharp, and Charlie Grapewin as California Joe. Produced in 1943 Produced in 1943, They Died With Their Boots On, a Warner Brothers film, is a horribly inaccurate account of the events that lead to the Battle of Little Big Horn. His early days in war were depicted accurately, however. Boots told of his experiences at West Pointe; the most important experience is, notably, his graduation. He received the absolute worst scores ever recorded at West Pointe upon his commencement. After that point, it all goes down hill. Custer was al ...
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- Walsh By Pollock - 1,201 words
Walsh By Pollock "Progress is the elimination of the savage". These words of General Terry, a character in Sharon Pollock's "Walsh", demonstrates how he and his fellow white men feel towards Native Indians. The Indians see Canada as their homeland, but the Canadian government will not let them stay and will do anything in their power to make them leave to the United States. They are cheated against, lied to, and betrayed by their government, because of their ethnic background. Especially Sitting Bull, the head of the Sioux nation, who is being accused for the death of General Custer. Walsh, Sitting Bull, and General Terry contribute to this theme of prejudice towards the Sioux by the governm ...
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