It looks like the National Park Service is finally getting around to telling the Lakota and Cheyenne part of this story. It is important to remember the 263 U.S. cavalry troopers who died in the battle, but the real story is why they died - what were these guys even there for, what was Custer's role and motivation, political ramifications, etc... Done well, this project may be a good step in that direction.
History Is Written by the Victor. Finally. | TIME.com