Custer's Revenge

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Ironically, by winning the Battle of Little Bighorn, the Sioux and Cheyenne actually sped up the downfall of Native American power. In 1876, after a treaty dispute, President Ulysses S. Grant issued an ultimatum stating that all Native Americans had to be on the Great Sioux Reservation by January 31st...
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When this ultimatum was not met, the United States declared war. General Philip Sheridan, commander of the U.S. forces, planned his strategy. He was going to divide the army into three different forces that would converge at the junction of the Bighorn and Yellowstone Rivers, where they had found signs of a large Native American village...
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