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Debra Buchholtz
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In The Battle of Little Bighorn, Debra Buchholtz narrates the history of the battle and critically examines the legacy it has left.

In The Battle of Little Bighorn, Debra Buchholtz narrates the history of the battle and critically examines the legacy it has left. Using popular film and cultural references, she investigates the ways in which the wake of the event continues to shape the way students understand indigenous peoples, the Wild West, and the history of America.

Critical Moments in American History Series. Historical Memory Enters the Classroom According to Debra Buchholtz, author of The Battle of the Greasy Grass/Little Bighorn, th. . New York: Routledge, 2012. Historical Memory Enters the Classroom. The Battle of the Little Bighorn holds a permanent, undeniable place in the American psyche and has long fascinated scholars and school children alike. According to Debra Buchholtz, author of The Battle of the Greasy Grass/Little Bighorn, the ambiguity surrounding the details and significance of the event have driven our continued fascination. Time Line: Greasy Grass/Little Bighorn Battle.

Custer was unaware of the number of Indians fighting under the command of Sitting Bull (. 831-90) at Little Bighorn, and his forces were outnumbered and quickly overwhelmed in what became known as Custer’s Last Stand. Battle of the Little Bighorn: Mounting Tensions. Battle of the Little Bighorn: Custer’s Last Stand. At mid-day on June 25, Custer’s 600 men entered the Little Bighorn Valley. Among the Native Americans, word quickly spread of the impending attack. The older Sitting Bull rallied the warriors and saw to the safety of the women and children, while Crazy Horse set off with a large force to meet the attackers head on.

The battle of the Greasy Grass/Little Bighorn: Custer's last stand in memory, history, and popular culture. the Native American resistance that defeated him. The purpose of this book is to show how Custer and the Little Bighorn can be and have been commemorated for such contradictory purposes. ?â?”Library Journal â?œMichael Elliottâ?™s Custerology is vivid, trenchant, engrossing, and important. The American soldier George Armstrong Custer has been the subject of very nearly incessant debate for almost a century and a half, and the debate is multicultural, multinational, and multimedia.

The Battle of the Little Bighorn, known to the Lakota and other Plains Indians as the Battle of the Greasy Grass and also commonly referred to as Custer's Last Stand.

The Battle of the Little Bighorn, known to the Lakota and other Plains Indians as the Battle of the Greasy Grass and also commonly referred to as Custer's Last Stand, was an armed engagement between combined forces of the Lakota, Northern Cheyenne, and Arapaho tribes and the 7th Cavalry Regiment of the United States Army. The battle, which resulted in the defeat of . forces, was the most significant action of the Great Sioux War of 1876.

Custer's last stand in memory, history, and popular culture. Published 2012 by Routledge in New York Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with

Custer's last stand in memory, history, and popular culture. Published 2012 by Routledge in New York. Public opinion, Cheyenne Indians, Indians of North America, Little Bighorn, Battle of the, Mont. 1876, Dakota Indians, Indians in popular culture, Wars, 1876, United States, Civil rights, Law and legislation, Political and social views, United States. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.

Check out pictures, bibliography, and biography of Debra Buchholtz. The Battle of the Greasy Grass/Little Bighorn: Custer's Last Stand in Memory, History, and Popular Culture (Critical Moments in American History).

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Few moments in American history are as clearly etched in th.Few conflicts in American history are more famous than the Battle of the Little Big Horn, or the Greasy Grass as the Sioux called it. Few moments in American history are as clearly etched in the popular imagination as the last stand of Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer and his Seventh Cavalry. American History Buffalo Calfskin Tepee Pole Popular Imagination Pictorial Record. These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

In June of 1876, the U.S. government’s plan to pressure the Lakota and Cheyenne people onto reservations came to a dramatic and violent end with a battle that would become enshrined in American memory. In the eyes of many Americans at the time, the Battle of Little Bighorn represented a symbolic struggle between the civilized and the savage. Known as the Battle of the Greasy Grass to the Lakota, the Battle of Little Bighorn to the people who suppressed them, and as Custer’s Last Stand in the annals of popular culture, the event continues to captivate students of American history.

In The Battle of Little Bighorn, Debra Buchholtz narrates the history of the battle and critically examines the legacy it has left. Through government documents, newspaper articles, and eyewitness accounts, Buchholtz situates the material and symbolic impact of the battle at the time. Using popular film and cultural references, she investigates the ways in which the wake of the event continues to shape the way students understand indigenous peoples, the Wild West, and the history of America.