Comparing The Civil War And Sitting Bull

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difference was Sitting Bull thought the best for the people was to fight for the land.
More forts were built, Fort Union and Fort Buford went deep into Sioux land near Yellowstone, and Sitting Bull truly hated them, especially Fort Buford. By the end of the civil war people were coming in droves, the government still trying to take the land peaceable, sent in Pierre-Jean-De Smet, who was a Jesuit Priest. While Sitting Bull would not meet with government officials, he did meet with the priest. He did agree to peace, but later in the ceremony he still had the same concerns he had throughout the invasion of the land, as long as the whites left the land and stayed off, he would agree to peace. De Smet left with his entourage to Fort Rice, where
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