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Oct 28, 2022

"...  the place where ghosts walk in broad daylight."

The Battle of Little Bighorn also known as “Custer’s Last Stand” remains one of the most famous battles between the Plain Indians and the U.S. government.

The battle proved a massive victory for the Lakota and Cheyenne Indians, who rejected the U.S. government’s orders to retreat to reservations. In total, 210 U.S. soldiers were killed and as did an estimated 50 of Sitting Bull’s followers - the exact number is unknown.

As you’ll hear in our interview with Michael Donahue, the phrase “The Last Stand” resonates on both sides - the last stand for those who died that day as well as the last stand for a way of life.

Just a personal note - this battlefield is a somber, beautiful, sacred place where you feel the weight of the history. I feel like I only have more questions about that fateful day and the chapters before and after.

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