Little Bighorn Battle Timeline. November 22nd, 2009. Times and statements in
bold are based on John S. Gray's tables in Custer's Last Campaign: Mitch Boyer
June 25th - The Battle of Little Bighorn. 1877 - Crazy Horse surrenders after The
Battle of Wolf Mountain. Crazy Horse is killed while in custody. 1887 Dawes ...
The battle took place between the U.S. Cavalry and northern tribe Indians,
including the Cheyenne, Sioux, and Arapaho. Prior to the battle of Little Bighorn
After the Civil War, however, the U.S. government began to focus on its territories
in ... (For timelines on the Battle of Little Bighorn, see our Further Reading page.)
1876 The Battle of the Little Big Horn Chronology. 24 June "we passed a great
many camping places, all appearing to be of nearly the same strength. One
You might want to check out "Road to Little Bighorn" which is a historical timeline
starting in 1400 and finishes in 2003 with the dedication of the Indian Memorial.
Summary, cause and effects of the Battle of Little Bighorn. ... This short History
Timeline of the Battle of Bighorn provides fast facts and information about the ...
June 25, 1876 - The Battle of the Little Bighorn, where General: George
Armstrong Custer and 210 men under his command are killed. The news reaches
Prepared by Timothy P. McCleary of Little Big Horn College, with the assistance
... The largest and most dramatic battle to protect eastern Apsáalooke lands from
Timeline / Defining Rights and Responsibilities / 1876: Custer defeated; Lakota
and ... —National Park Service, an account of the Battle of the Little Bighorn, ...