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Photo taken February 13, 2018. Crow Buttes, Harding County, South Dakota is the location of the1882 battle between the Crow and Sioux Indians. The sign says:

CROW BUTTES LOCATED IN HARDING COUNTY, WAS THE SCENE
OF A BIZARRE BATTLE BETWEEN CROW AND SIOUX INDIANS IN THE
SUMMER OF 1882. SIOUX MEN RAVEGED A CROW CAMP, DESTROYING
IT AND RAPING THE SQUAWS. WARFARE ENSUED. CROW WARRIORS
LEFT THEIR WOMEN, CHILDREN AND OLD FOLKS AT SAND CREEK
NORTH OF THE BUTTES. FLEEING FOR A BETTER VANTAGE POINT
ON TOP OF CROW BUTTES WITH SIOUX FIGHTERS CHASING THEM.
THE CROWS HAD NO WATER WITH THEM AND BEING SULTRY
WEATHER NO RAIN FELL. THE SIOUX ENCIRCLED CROW BUTTES
AND WAITED PATIENTLY UNTIL THE TRAPPED CROWS DIED FROM
THIRST. SUBSEQUENTLY, THE NEARBY CANYON OF SKULLS TO THE
NORTHWEST WAS FILLED WITH SKELETONS OF SIOUX WHO DIED
LIKE FLIES AFTER CONTRACTING A FEVER FROM THE CROWS.

SIGN COURTESY OF BUTTE CO. HISTORICAL SOCIETY
AND GAME, FISH & PARKS COMMISSION

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Photo taken February 13, 2018. Crow Butte South Dakota is the location of the1849 battle between the Crow and Brule Sioux Indians
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The sign says: CROW BUTTES CROW BUTTES LOCATED IN HARDING COUNTY, WAS THE SCENE OF A BIZARRE BATTLE BETWEEN CROW AND SIOUX INDIANS IN THE SUMMER OF 1882. SIOUX MEN RAVEGED A CROW CAMP, DESTROYING IT AND RAPING THE SQUAWS. WARFARE ENSUED. CROW WARRIORS LEFT THEIR WOMEN, CHILDREN AND OLD FOLKS AT SAND CREEK NORTH OF THE BUTTES. FLEEING FOR A BETTER VANTAGE POINT ON TOP OF CROW BUTTES WITH SIOUX FIGHTERS CHASING THEM. THE CROWS HAD NO WATER WITH THEM AND BEING SULTRY WEATHER NO RAIN FELL. THE SIOUX ENCIRCLED CROW BUTTES AND WAITED PATIENTLY UNTIL THE TRAPPED CROWS DIED FROM THIRST. SUBSEQUENTLY, THE NEARBY CANYON OF SKULLS TO THE NORTHWEST WAS FILLED WITH SKELETONS OF SIOUX WHO DIED LIKE FLIES AFTER CONTRACTING A FEVER FROM THE CROWS. SIGN COURTESY OF BUTTE CO. HISTORICAL SOCIETY AND GAME, FISH & PARKS COMMISSION
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CROW BUTTES HARDING COUNTY SOUTH DAKOTA
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