On a hazy summer morning on June 25, 1876, General George Armstrong Custer and 7th Cavalry (more than 600 men), enter the Little Bighorn Valley in Montana. Custer and his men had been sent to confront the Native American Sioux and Lakota tribes that were led by Chief Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse.
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