Where Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse Defeated Colonel Custer

Custer's Last Stand took place at the Little Bighorn River, where he led over two hundred soldiers into battle against thousands of Lakota and Cheyenne warriors. (Still Image: Library of Congress/Wikicommons) (3:58)

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