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Battle of little bighorn

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Northern Cheyenne Wooden Leg, holding a post-1878 model Springfield Carbine, posed during the 1927 Little Bighorn Battle Reunion for photographer-historian Dr. Thomas B. Marquis. Marquis, who was also a physician to the Northern Cheyenne, had befriended Wooden Leg two decades before and eventually published a biography of Wooden Leg, who was just 18 when he fought at the Battle of Rosebud and Little Bighorn.

Northern Cheyenne Wooden Leg, holding a post-1878 model Springfield Carbine, posed during the 1927 Little Bighorn Battle Reunion for photographer-historian Dr. Thomas B. Marquis. Marquis, who was also a physician to the Northern Cheyenne, had befriended Wooden Leg two decades before and eventually published a biography of Wooden Leg, who was just 18 when he fought at the Battle of Rosebud and Little Bighorn.

What Really Happened at the Battle of the Little Bighorn? | HISTORY

The Battle of the Little Bighorn—also known as Custer’s Last Stand—was the most ferocious battle of the Sioux Wars. Colonel George Custer and his men never stood a fighting chance.