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Custer at West Point

Custer at West Point

source: Pritzker Military Library "If Custer had run for Presidency in 1876, he would have been elected." Political scientist and author James S. Robbins, extract of the interview INTERVIEW IN VIDEO + QUESTIONS James S. Robbins on "Last of their class,...

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The BoyGeneral

The BoyGeneral

BATTLE OF ALDIE : Captain Custer leads the charge. BATTLE OF TOM'S BROOK (Woodstock Races): Major General Custer salutes Confederate General Thomas Rosser, who was his classmate at West Point. This will be one of the greatest victories of the Union cavalry...

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A Sioux account

A Sioux account

LITTLE BIGHORN CAMPAIGN Sioux yanktonai Thunder Bear's account A SIOUX ACCOUNT OF THE LITTLE BIG HORN source: Richard G. Hardorff, Indian Views of the Custer Fight , Arthur H. Clark Company, 2004, pages 87-90 The Yanktonai were camping at Old Fort Peck...

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Custer still stands

Custer still stands

The "Custer Week" next October in Monroe, Michigan, Custer's town MONROE HONORS ITS HERO By Myranda Morgan, The Monroe Journal If you have ever watched a General George Armstrong Custer documentary or attended a Veteran’s Day parade in downtown Monroe,...

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The "genocide" myth

The "genocide" myth

The historical imposture of the "genocide" myth and its consequences DEFAMATION AGAINST AMERICANS by Michael Medved, American syndicated talk radio host and author of 10 non-fiction books, including The Shadow Presidents (Times, 1979) and Right Turns...

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Black Kettle's hostages

Black Kettle's hostages

Proving that the Blinns were held in Black Kettle's village BLACK KETTLE’S HOSTAGES By Dr Gregory Michno , historian and member of custerwest.org. Gregory Michno is the famous authors of several important books on Custer and the Frontier, including Lakota...

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Nevin Custer on Autie

Nevin Custer on Autie

CUSTER AS HIS BROTHER REMEMBERS HIM source: newspaper article from Topeka, Kansas, date of June 1910, Monroe Library In a big white farm house fronting the historic river Raisin, three miles north of Monroe, Mich., lives Nevin Custer, a typical Western...

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Hump's account of the battle

Hump's account of the battle

LITTLE BIGHORN CAMPAIGN A Sioux account of the Little Bighorn WOUNDED AT THE BATTLE source: William Graham, The Custer Myth, Stackpole Books, 1953, page 78 Sioux Minneconjou Hump's account: The sun was about at meridian when the fight began. That was...

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