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Custer was killed on his last hill

Custer was killed on his last hill

CUSTER DIED ON HIS HILL One of the most dominating myth of Little Bighorn is that George A. Custer was killed near the river, in a ravine etc. It's totally impossible. Custer was killed on the location he was found, in other words, in the middle of his...

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The Last Stand: Rini vs Fox

The Last Stand: Rini vs Fox

William Rini (aka MWKeogh) versus Richard Fox WHY THE "no last stand" THEORY IS FALSE Dr. Richard Fox conducted the archaeological studies on the battlefield and is the author of "Archaeology, History and Custer's Last Battle". He thinks that the last...

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Proving the Last Stand

Proving the Last Stand

PROVING THE LAST STAND William Rini is a teacher, a long-time LBH specialist and a Frontier reenactor. Concerning Dr. Richard Fox's theories about "no last stand at Little Bighorn ( controversial archaeology ) : he is clearly an expert in the field of...

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Lieut. DeRudio and Private O'Neill

Lieut. DeRudio and Private O'Neill

the outstanding story of two survivors hidden in the bushes near the Indian village DeRUDIO AND PRIVATE O'NEILL source: The Custer Myth: A Source Book of Custerania, written and compiled by Colonel W.A. Graham, The Stackpole Co., pages 76 - 78 On June...

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Reno's behavior

Reno's behavior

Private John Burkman's account of RENO'S BEHAVIOR ON RENO HILL source: Old Neutriment, Glendolin Damon Wagner, Ruth Hill Publishers, Boston, MA, 1934 pages 166-171 "Long towards night o' the fust day -- the twentyfifth -- the smoke cleared some in the...

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What the scouts really said

What the scouts really said

WHAT THE SCOUTS REALLY SAID Wonderful artwork by Michael Schreck, http://michaelschreckart.com In the traditional account of the battle, one depicts Indian scouts warning Custer of a suicidal attack. In fact, it never happened that way. It is a myth,...

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Little Sioux's account of the battle

Little Sioux's account of the battle

Account by an Arikara scout LITTLE SIOUX'S STORY source: The Arikara Narrative of Custer's Campaign against the Hostile Dakotas, June 1876, pages 149 - 157 IT WAS EARLY in the morning, just at sunrise, and there came down from the butte, Red Star and...

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George Custer, "My Life on the Plains"

George Custer, "My Life on the Plains"

George Armstrong Custer "MY LIFE ON THE PLAINS" OR PERSONAL EXPERIENCES WITH INDIANS Table of Contents I. The Great Plains II. General Hancock's Campaign III. A Futile Pursuit IV. Indian Raids and Murders V. From Fort Hays to Fort McPherson VI. The Indians...

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Elizabeth Custer, "Boots and Saddle"

Elizabeth Custer, "Boots and Saddle"

Elizabeth Bacon Custer "BOOTS AND SADDLES" OR LIFE IN DAKOTA WITH GENERAL CUSTER Dedicated TO MY HUSBAND THE ECHO OF WHOSE VOICE HAS BEEN MY INSPIRATION. ONE of the motives that have actuated me in recalling these simple annals of our daily life, has...

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