Newt’s World – Episode 121: Bill O’Reilly on Killing Crazy Horse

Native Americans and settlers clashed in bloody battles across the United States for 78 years, from 1812 to 1890.  We’ve heard of Cochise, Crazy Horse, Geronimo and Sitting Bull but we don’t know the full story. Bill O’Reilly’s ninth book in the Killing series is gripping journey through the clashes in the American West. Killing Crazy Horse: The Most Merciless Indian Wars in America. Newt’s guest is Bill O’Reilly.

Guest: Bill O’Reilly

Bill O’Reilly

Killing Crazy Horse Bill O'Reilly

Westward Expansion of the U.S.

Westward Expansion –

American Indian Wars

American Indian Wars –

The Battle of Tippecanoe – 1811

Autumn 1811: The Battle of Tippecanoe – National Park Service

The Attack on Fort Mims – August 1813

August 1813: The Attack on Fort Mims Prompts Choctaw Involvement – National Park Service

Fort Mims – Alabama Historical Commission

Battle of Horseshoe Bend – March 27, 1814

Battle of Horseshoe Bend – American Battlefield Trust

The Seminole Wars – 1817 / 1835

The Seminole Wars – Florida Department of State

The Battle of Little Big Horn – 1876

Little Bighorn – National Park Service

Battle of the Little Bighorn –

Native American Warriors

Apache Chief Cochise –

Crazy Horse –

Geronimo –

Sitting Bull –

Tecumseh –

Chief Joseph Surrenders (October 5, 1877) – Library of Congress