George Herendeen's account on casualties

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Scout and Little Bighorn veteran George Herendeen on
INDIAN CASUALTIES
 

source: The Custer Myth: A Source Book of Custerania, edited by Colonel W.A. Graham, Stackpole, 1953, page 260

"The Indians must have lost as many men in killed and wounded as the whites did. Custer's men made a good fight, and no doubt killed a great many Indians."

George Herendeen's letter, July 7, 1876




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