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The Legend of Custer's Last Stand

Colonel George Armstrong Custer is an ......... part of the mythology surrounding the infamous 1876 battle at the Little Bighorn in Montana.
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Books, plays and films have depicted Custer as a heroic, ......... man making a last stand against American Indians.
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The site of the battle became a famous tourist attraction which prevented archaelogists from making any ..........
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However, in 1983, a prairie fire was the ......... for granting permission for archaeologist Dr. Fox and his team to excavate the relic rich area.
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Artifacts, cartridges, human remains and firearm parts were use to blueprint the ......... and weapons.
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The archaeologists concluded that the location of the spent bullets was evidence of the soldiers ......... and running rather than standing still.
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Dr. Fox's findings supported the once ......... testimony of Cheyenne and Sioux Indians who spoke of Custer's men running away.
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Richard Fox revealed that the calvary was armed with single shot guns, intended to save on ......... In contrast, the Native Americans had repeating rifles.
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What ......... this horrific battle? The fault laid with prospectors and settlers ignoring the fact that the Black Hills were sacred territory deeded by the American government to the Lakota Indians.
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Custer had expected to meet panic stricken Indians, resulting in an easy victory. Instead, every ......... was met with warriors defending their sacred land.
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