What you should know about the historic Native American battle happening now.

<br> It’s the summer of 2016, and thousands of American Indians from the northern Great Plains just came together to protect their sacred land … again. If this scene sounds familiar, that’s because it is. During the Great Sioux War of 1876, a united legion of Lakota Sioux, Northern Cheyenne, and Arapaho stood their ground near a river against a U.S. Army regiment led by Col. George A. Custer. American Indians called it the Battle of Greasy Grass or Victory Day, but U.S. history books tend to remember the Battle…

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