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General Custer enters the Sioux' Black Hills of North Dakota and prospect for gold. His discovery of gold is designed to attract settlers. Thus, the U. S. breaks the Treaty of Fort Laramie, which forbade white men from entering the Sioux' sacred hills. General Custer's 1874 Black Hill's Expedition Force.

Column of Cavalry, Artillery and Wagons, commanded by Gen. Custer, crossing the plains of Dakota Territory during Custer's Black Hills Expedition of Photographed by W.

Amazing photos of vintage logging industry in the Redwood Forests of California

capture lumberjacks working among the redwoods in Humboldt County, California, when tree logging was at its peak. Pictures from northwest California from the through the

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A 1875 photograph of Chiefs Red Cloud (Oglala Sioux), Sitting Bull (Hunkpapa Sioux), Swift Bear (Arapaho), and Spotted Tail (Brule Sioux), along with their interpreter Julius Meyer.

Big Horn Battle Map

On June 25 George Armstrong Custer and the Cavalry attempted to attack a united force of Sioux and Cheyenne Indians. Custer underestimated the opposing side's size and skill, and the Cavalry was wiped out at the Battle of the Little Big Horn.

Indigo Dreams...now this was when Winter Days were tough!

picture of Indians in Winter Camp. The picture was taken in and shows some Apsaroke Indians. I think this is an Edward Curtis Photograph

George Armstrong Custer vintage print

George Armstrong Custer vintage print

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