Sitting bull; By;Briana Beadin

Sitting bull; By;Briana Beadin
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  • Early Life Of Sitting Bull
  • Hi I am Sitting Bull and i am going to tell you about me and a little bit about my parents growing up.
  • The Little BigHorn battle
  • We found that gold give it back to us.
  • Never! Let's move out boys.
  • The Great Sioux War
  • NEVER!
  • Give us the gold.
  • Sitting Bull was born in 1831 at Grand River Valley which is now South Dakota. He was inside Sioux tribe and they discovered the gold in Black Hills, South Dakota. He was nicknamed Jumping Badger when he was 9. Sitting Bull was very courageable because he was brave, he was smart, and he was able to help everyone. they basically ate almost anything.
  • Sitting Bull Is Famous For What
  • Hello this is my Dad Jumping Bull My Mom Her-Holy-Door And i Sitting Bull
  • This is the Little BigHorn battle and it all started because othe Sioux and Sitting Bull found gold in the Black Hills. This war started on June 25, 1876 and ended in 1877.
  • We Remember Sitting Bull By
  • Sitting Bull is a wonderful man who is worth remembering.
  • The Great Sioux War of 1876, also known as the Black Hills War, was a series of battles and negotiations which occurred between 1876 and 1877 involving the Lakota Sioux and Northern Cheyenne against the United States. As gold was discovered in the Black Hills. Native Americans believe the Cheyenne were the primary target of the U.S. campaign and that it should have been called "The Great Sioux War.
  • Sitting Bull's After Life
  • Freeze you are under arrest for trying to start more wars!
  • Sitting Bull was a famous medicine man and leader of the Hunkpapa band of the Teton Sioux Indians. In the spring of 1876, Sitting Bull led a sun dance at which he told the indians to change their way of fighting. A sun dance is a dance profeormed by North American Plains in honor of the sun to prove bravery by overcoming pain.
  • Sitting Bull was remembered among Lakota not only as an inspirational leader and fearless warrior but as a loving father, a gifted singer, a man always affable and friendly toward others, and his faith gave him powers for his prayers.
  • After the battle of Little BigHorn, Sitting Bull and his followers were driven into Canada. He returned to the United States in 1881. After two years in confinement at Fort Randall in South Dakota, he lived on the Standing Rock Reservation in that state. Sitting Bull was on his way home and when he got to his cabin he was draged out and shot in the head he died during his arrest he. He died on December 15, 1891.
  • I was trying to help.
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