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“He was dressed in buckskin, and was on his hands and knees. He had been shot through the side, and there was blood coming from his mouth. He seemed to be watching the Indians moving around him. Four soldiers were sitting up around him, but they were all badly wounded. All the other soldiers were down. Then the Indians closed in around him and I did not see any more.”
This gripping NO PREP reading passage and response question worksheet will bring the action of the Battle of Little Bighorn to life for you students. The passage summarizes key information about the massacre and includes primary source accounts of the event. After reading the passage, students complete the response worksheet which contains a mix of multiple choice and short answer questions.
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