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William Bordeaux's Story of the Battle
A Brule Sioux's account of the Battle of the Little Bighorn

As told to William J. Bordeaux, who also translated
William J. Bordeaux is also the author of these accounts of Crazy Horse and the Powder River Campaign.

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THE BATTLE OF THE LITTLE BIG HORN
Crazy Horse Leads His Warriors To Victory

William J. BordeauxON THE MORNING of the 19th day of June the conquerors broke up camp, and moving from the headwaters of the Rosebud, they headed north and west towards the. Little Big Horn River. Arriving at a suitable location they selected a campsite at a point due east from the forks of the river and before long a forest-like succession of lodges dotted its winding bank for a. distance of several miles. These were divided into several groups in order to better accomodate the varied bands of whom there were a large number including a tribe of Cheyennes. In general the location of the village was fairly well hidden from direct observation by a succession of thick groves and towering trees. Enough food had been furnished by a recent buffalo foray to last the inhabitants for one month. The huge village was the largest gathering of the Sioux up to that time. In addition the warriors were well equipped with guns, and their ponies were fat and fit and ready for either a long buffalo chase or an indefinately running fight.

Sitting Bull Prays For Knowledge

On the night of the 23rd Crazy Horse had many visitors. Among them was Foolish Elk who stated that he had such distinguished callers with him as Horned Antelope, Four Bears, Bear Ribs, Elk Head and Dull Knife of the Cheyennes. It was a dark night, sheet lightening glittered along the western hills followed by impatient rumbles of thunder...


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