Objects & Places from Crazy Horse and Custer: The Parallel Lives of Two American Warriors

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Train Station - This is the location where Custer touched Libbie Bacon's elbow while assisting her.

Fort Phil Kearny - This location is built in Sioux Territory, and it is the site of battles between soldiers and Native Americans.

Bow & Arrow - This is a quiet type of weapon that many Native Americans were adept at using from the time of childhood, particularly the Sioux.

Pony - These were brought to America by Europeans and used on the Plains during battles.

War Club - People who have an evil or black heart are said to use this object.

Travois - The Sioux used this device to carry objects when they moved to a location. It was pulled first by dogs; and, later, it was pulled by horses.

Coffee - This product was carried by many settlers using the Oregon Trail. It became a good that was often...

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