Custer & Black Kettle: Battle of the Washita Part I. Lives of the Little Bighorn

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Joshua J. Mark
by Siobhan Fallon
published on 23 May 2024

On the early morning of November 27th, 1868, the Seventh Cavalry, led by Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer, attacked Southern Cheyenne Chief Black Kettle’s village on the Washita River.
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But there was much more to this fight than one deadly day.
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This is a discussion of both leaders and of the many paths that led to the Battle of the Washita.

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APA Style

Fallon, S. (2024, May 23). Custer & Black Kettle: Battle of the Washita Part I. Lives of the Little Bighorn. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/video/3156/custer--black-kettle-battle-of-the-washita-part-i/

Chicago Style

Fallon, Siobhan. "Custer & Black Kettle: Battle of the Washita Part I. Lives of the Little Bighorn." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified May 23, 2024. https://www.worldhistory.org/video/3156/custer--black-kettle-battle-of-the-washita-part-i/.

MLA Style

Fallon, Siobhan. "Custer & Black Kettle: Battle of the Washita Part I. Lives of the Little Bighorn." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 23 May 2024. Web. 20 Jul 2024.

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