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Crazy Horse Sitting Bull and red Cloud were and are just as important to American history as George Washington and Abraham Lincoln They were all great Native heroes and meant a lot to their tribes they were all very important people in their time as well It all started when the white man was trying to invade the natives land and change their way of living In the years 1865 and 1886 the United States launched a costly and brutal campaign against the Plans Indians to rid them of their land an change their enchant way of living What was weird about this war was all of the soldiers who fought in the Civil war North and South were no on the same team fighting against the Plain Indians In the thirty odd years of the Indian war the Indians fought off black and white soldiers The white man planned to kill off all of the buffalo so the natives wouldnt have no source of food cloth etc The white man would pride them selfs on killing as many buffalo as possible only using their hides They would shoot them from passing trains just for fun not even using any part of them on hors back and just as they would be on patrol In 1871 and 1874 hunters killed 31 million buffalo each year Some of the Indians would be scouts for the white man and his troops so not every Indian was against the white man and his plane to take over the plains and their right full owners In this war there was many broken promises one of which is the Black Hills The Sioux were promised the Black Hills as a permanent home which is now South Dakota which they considered sacred But after word got back to the white man that there was gold in the Black Hills the 7th Cavalry in 1876 was ordered to
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