SEQUELS: Sioux Victory

The western plains produced few nobler redskins than Chief Sitting Bull, last great leader of the Sioux tribes. It was Sitting Bull, driven to recklessness by the perfidy of the U.S. Government, who cried, "Let us have one big fight with the soldiers," and assembled the awesome army that wiped out General George Custer and soldiers of the 7th Cavalry at the Battle of the Little Big Horn in 1876. But 14 years later, conquered by the forces of the Great White Father, Sitting Bull was old, fat and quiet. One frosty morning...

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