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They hoped Gall could tell them the precise story of Custer’s defeat, the military mystery that remains at the heart of Custerology. 36 By the fortieth anniversary of the battle, in 1916, the celebration had assumed a different scale and tenor. S. ” 37 The 1926 anniversary went even further. In front of a throng estimated in the tens of thousands, Edward S. Godfrey, who had been c h a p t e r o n e ~ 38 a lieutenant in the Seventh Cavalry battalion that survived the Little Bighorn and later rose to the rank of brigadier general, rode at the head of a mounted column of soldiers to Last Stand Hill and exchanged tokens of friendship with White Bull, a Lakota Sioux chief who had led a column of Sioux and Cheyenne Indians in their war regalia to the same spot.
The size of this encampment had nearly doubled during recent weeks, as the so-called summer roamers had left their agencies and reservations in the Dakota Territory to join with those who had braved the winter and a cold, cruel spring. The result was a village impressive in its size, and some of its leaders were doubtless already wondering how long the rolling hills surrounding the river could sustain this many people and their grazing horses. For the time being, though, those living along the Little Bighorn had every reason to feel conﬁdent.
That was the last treaty that was signed before the Custer Battle . . ” Red Tomahawk went on to speak of his desire for “advancement and progress for my people” and said he placed his hope in “the rising generation of Indian children and the rising generation of white children,” but he had made a signiﬁcant point. S. veterans resonated in the ears of the latter. The 1920s was a decade in which the United States produced several ofﬁcial acts that registered sympathy with American Indians but kept their incorporation into the nation as the ultimate goal.
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