Crazy Horse and Custer: The Parallel Lives of Two American Warriors - Study Guide Chapters 21-22 Summary & Analysis

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This is the middle section of Part 4. The author continues to tell the true life tale of two great war leaders and the events that brought them closer together. At this point both of the stars are married: Crazy Horse wed in his late twenties. Custer is still happily married to Libbie. Crazy Horse and his wife had a daughter together, but by the beginning of this chapter she has died. Ambrose reports that the events intensified his personality traits and made him a more reckless and at times a vicious warrior. The Custers still had no children but no one knows why not.

Little Bighorn Valley is mentioned here. The Indians are being forced into agencies and onto reservations more and more. The year is 1876 and the luck of the Sioux has been in declined since the preceding decade. Still, there is...

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