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David Cornut (Switzerland), member of the Little Big Horn Associates, is the author of  "Little Big Horn, autopsy of a legendary battle" (France, Anovi, 2006), the first study of the Battle of the Little Big Horn in French, and the creator and webmaster of custerwest.org.

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 Sam Monk (USA), Vietnam veteran and hero of the 1st cavalry division

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Jean-Marc Chamot (France) Ph.D is a college professor in France and the author of a thesis on General Custer in movies.

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Eric Joly (France)
 is a journalist in France and the author of "Custer, the truth about the Plain Wars", published in France in 2005.

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 Mickey Morris (USA) is a long-time Custer buff who collected books and attended meetings at the Washita Battlefield to be sure that an accurate version of the battle would be told.

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 Ian Colquhoun (Scotland) is a relative to Lieutenant James Calhoun (commander of the company L), who held his line until the end at the Battle of the Little Big Horn (Calhoun Hill was named after his name)

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 Pascal Chambon (France) Ph.D, is an history teacher and a regular writer in the French magazine BATTLEFIELD. He wrote a 24-pages article on the Little Bighorn in the July issue of BATTLEFIELD. 

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Gary Neidert (Canada) is a Moldmaker by trade and work for a large plastic injection molding company.

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Jean-Georges Aguer (France)  is a songwriter and a journalist. He's the author of "Little Bighorn, the saga of the four rivers", a novel on Custer's 7th cavalry and a young Irish immigrant.

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Gilbert McKay  (USA) is a retired military man with about 42 years of active duty in the US Army and the Colorado Air National Guard. He collects US Cavalry memorabilia over the years and has been to the Little Bighorn and the other Indian War battlefields many times. His great grandmothers were Cherokee and Lakota. He is also a member of the Little Big Horn Associates.

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Marc Rolland (USA/France) Ph.D is an American citizen, college professor in France and the author of an article on Custer's myth and a novel, "The Sioux of the Great Boulevards", about a Sioux warrior who's reported missing in Paris in 1904.

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Xavier Cornut (Switzerland) is the author of several articles on the Civil War, Custer's attack at Gettysburg and a contributor to "Little Bighorn, autopsy of a legendary battle."

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Ginetta Rocchi (Italy) is a contributor to farwest.it, a website on the Old West in Italian.

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James Willis (USA) native of the Philippines, moved to the USA with his father, who served in the US Navy during the Vietnam War. He's a Custer student since the age of 10.

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Patrick Ailliot (France)  is the President of the Federal and Confederate Club of France (CCFF), the most important European organization on the Civil War, and member of the Civil War Round Table. He is also a reenactor.

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Nick Howard (USA/Australia) is living in Australia and is collecting and analysing US militaria.

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Jessie Reill (USA) has studied the links between the Indian Ring, the Grant administration and the Little Bighorn.

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Mathieu Le Hunsec (France) is an historian in the French Marine and the author of articles on the Indian wars.

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Myranda Morgan (USA) writes articles for the Monroe Journal, Custer's hometown.

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Andrew Garton  (USA), member of the Little Big Horn Associates, is currently working on a large diorama of Custer's Last Stand for the Grand Forks Air Force Base library.

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Dog Soldier Justice: The Ordeal of Susanna Alderdice on the Kansas Indian WarJefferson Broome (USA) Ph.D is a member of the Custer Battlefield Historical Association and Museum (CBHMA), the Little Big Horn Associates and the author of several articles on the Little Bighorn. He's the author of "Dog Soldier Justice" (a book used by the National Park Service) which focuses on the events prior and after the battle of the Washita (the famous "Solomon Massacres" by the Cheyennes). He is a member of the Ordeal of Indian wars and gives lessons and tours of Indian battlefields.

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Gregory Michno (USA) Ph.D is an historian and the author of the legendary Custer books Lakota Noon: The Indian Narrative of Custer's Defeat and The Mystery of E Troop: Custer's Gray Horse Company at the Little Bighorn, both published by Mountain Press, as well as USS Pampanito: Killer-Angel (University of Oklahoma Press), Death on the Hellships (Naval Institute), Encyclopedia of Indian wars (Mountain Press), Battle at Sand Creek: The Military Perspective (Upton and Sons) and A Fate Worse than death: Indian captivities, 1835-1880 (Caxton Press) . He has also written numerous articles in Montana: The Magazine of Western History, Journal of the West, Wild West, and other western history publications. He is a member of the Western History Association, Order of the Indian Wars and several other organizations.  

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"Le Papyrus de Venise", par François Darnaudet François Darnaudet (France) is a teacher and a novelist and a long-time Little Bighorn enthusiast. He wrote a novel about the mystery of the Atlantis and the links between this mystery and the Little Bighorn.

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  Charlie Hubbard (USA) owns a a roofing company and is a long time collecter of Custer, 7th Cavalry, Little Big Horn and Indian Wars materials. He has been collecting material for over thirty-five years and is a member of the Little Big Horn Associates and the Custer Battlefield Museum and Historical Association.

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  John Bourdage (USA) is a member of the Little Big Horn Associates and a Custer specialist.

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 Gregory J. Urwin (USA) Ph.D is a professor of History at the University of Notre Dame. He is a respected specialist of military history and a famous Custer historian. He has written several books on Custer and the cavalry, the most notably being the legendary "Custer Victorious" (Bison Books), a classic in Custer litterature that contributed to restore the reputation of the BoyGeneral in the American Civil War.

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 Richard Upton and Upton & Sons Publishers (USA). Member of the Little Big Horn Associates, Richard Upton has published extremely important volumes on the Custer saga, written by well known Custer specialists such as John M. Carroll, David Evans or Brice Liddic. Among the numerous books published, we will cite Arthur Unger's "The ABCs of Custer's Last Stand", Brice Custer's "Sacrificial Lion" and Bruce Liddic's "Vanishing Victory"
Many of the books published by Upton & Sons have been rewarded by Custer associations for being instant-classics. 

 

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book.gifJeff Veach (USA) is a veteran of the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment, known as the U.S. Presidential Honor Guard, member of the Little Big Horn Associates and the author of  "Rally Cry! The Hometown Boys in the Civil War, 1861-1865. The History of Clark County, Illinois in the War Between the States." (Rally Cry Press, 1996)

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Kevin E. Hughes (USA) has a Master of Arts degrees in American history and  belongs to the reanactment groups Single Action Shooting Society and GAF (Old West).

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Arthur Unger (USA) has a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and has one of the biggest Custer collection on the planet. He is the author of a great book on the Little Bighorn, "The ABCs of Custer's Last Stand, Arrogance, Betrayal and Cowardice" (Upton and Sons, 2004). He is also a member of the Little Big Horn Associates.


 

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