The white man is in the Black Hills just like maggots, and I want you to get them out just as quick as you can. The chief of all thieves [General Custer] made a road into the Black Hills last summer, and I want the Great Father to pay the damages for what Custer has done.

– Baptiste Good

Sioux chief. Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West, by Dee Brown. Chapter 12.