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One Thousand White Women - 18 September, 19 September and 20 September 1875 Summary & Analysis

Jim Fergus
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18 September, 19 September and 20 September 1875 Summary

Since the press is present, no white women are allowed to attend Little Wolf's meeting with Gen. Crook. As Bourke said, no promises are made about delivery of more brides. Little Wolf is angry, because the deal was already made. Little Wolf has seen the conditions at the Red Cloud agency, where the Sioux have been forced to eat their own horses. He does not see why they should go to the agency rather than live free and abundantly on their own land. Little Wolf obtains rifles, ammunition and gunpowder from illicit, outside dealers. He understands the government will not sell them arms and ammunition as a means to make them defenseless, and proceeds to purchase a full case of new carbines.

Still camped outside the fort, May hears that a cruel game has been set up by Captain Bourke and...

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