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Wettengel on the cover-up

Wettengel on the cover-up

Historian Wettengel summarized the cover-up of the betrayal of Little Bighorn HISTORIAN WETTENGEL ON THE COVER-UP source: Georg Wenzel Schneider-Wettengel, Murder Most Foul, An Indictment of Benteen at the Little Bighorn, page 12. "It (the Army) suppressed...

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Lieut. Oscar Long's report

Lieut. Oscar Long's report

An official military report (1878) based on Indian accounts uncovered the betrayal OSCAR LONG'S REPORT source: 2nd Lieutenant Oscar F. Long's report, 5th Infy, 1878, Greasy Grass Magazine, Vol. 11, May 1995, pages 6-9. Edited by custerwest.org's member...

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Son of the Morning Star: new clip

Son of the Morning Star: new clip

NEW CLIP FROM SON OF THE MORNING STAR YOU CAN BUY THE DVD of the movie: RAREMOVIES.COM Historical insights about the clip below: the two women Custer freed were Sarah White and Anna Morgan, and both were brutally treated by the Cheyennes. The chiefs were...

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Custer's first Indian campaign

Custer's first Indian campaign

The first campaign of the Seventh Cavalry against the Indians CUSTER'S CAMPAIGN IN 1867 (THE HANCOCK EXPEDITION IN KANSAS) sources: Kansas Historical Quaterly, Summer, 1970 (Vol. 36, No. 2), pages 113-148, Kansas Collection (...) The expedition to the...

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Libbie's stand

Libbie's stand

Libbie Custer was a lone widow in Victorian times. But she stood up for the honor of her husband and fought the traitors of Little Bighorn LIBBIE'S STAND AGAINST RENO source : Libbie Custer to Mr. J.A.. Shoemaker, Daytona, Florida; March 19, 1925 Dear...

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Around the Last Stand

Around the Last Stand

Cheyenne warrior Wooden Leg's story during the very Last Stand (6 p.m.- 6.20 p.m.) SCENE OF THE LAST STAND source: Gregory F. Michno, Lakota Noon, the Indian narrative of Custer’s defeat, Missoula, Mountain Press, 1997, page 251 "Remaining mounted most...

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Crook ignored the gunfire

Crook ignored the gunfire

Reno and Benteen were not the only ones who did not want to fight the Sioux CUSTER WAS FIGHTING, CROOK WAS HUNTING source: Annals of Wyoming, pages 184-185, Wyoming Trails George Crook's huge column was a part of Sheridan's army against the Sioux in 1876......

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