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Why Startup is the new Wild Wild West

Above the cotton wool trees lining the Little Bighorn River, on a small hill, now known as Last Stand Hill, lies the remains of Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer and his men of the 7th Calvary. The Battle of the Little Bighorn would be forever etched into the American history of the West, as the single most emphatic defeat for the United States Army against the Indians, largely led by the Sioux.

On the morning of 25th June 1876, Custer dashed to Little Bighorn upon hearing that Sitting Bull, the Sioux’s charismatic leader and Crazy Horse, the famed Sioux warrior are spotted at the encamped Indian village. He was in such hurry not to let any of these two leaders slip through his fingers, Custer ordered his men to leave the heavy artillery, Gaitling guns behind. Custer was confident that victory was at hand and he will fulfill his own prophecy that, “there are not enough Indians in the world