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Custer in the official US army song

Custer in the official US army song

THE CUSTER LEGACY General George A. Custer and General George S. Patton are the only generals cited in the official US army song (1956). Intro: March along, sing our song, with the Army of the free Count the brave, count the true, who have fought to victory...

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Testimony of Private Mulford

Testimony of Private Mulford

LITTLE BIGHORN CAMPAIGN Testimony of trumpeter A. F. Mulford visiting the battlefield in 1877 TESTIMONY OF PRIVATE MULFORD Source: The Custer Myth: A Source Book of Custerania, edited by Col. William Graham, The Stackpole Books., page 378 "After a hasty...

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What the Custers wore

What the Custers wore

WHAT CUSTER WORE Sources: The Custer Myth: A Source Book of Custerania, edited by Colonel W.A. Graham, The Stackpole Books, , pages 342 - 343 "General Custer carried a Remington Sporting rifle, octagonal barrel; two Bulldog selfcocking, English, white-handled...

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Known Indian fatalities

Known Indian fatalities

BATTLE OF THE WASHITA KNOWN FATALITIES 80 Cheyenne warriors, warchiefs or civilians have been named during the researchs on the Battle of the Washita source : Jerome Greene, Washita: The Army and the Southern Cheyennes, University of Oklahoma Press, pages...

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Finding the Blinns at Washita

Finding the Blinns at Washita

FOUND ON THE GROUND OF THE BATTLE OF THE WASHITA THE BLINNS source: Stan Hoig, The Battle of the Washita, University of Nebraska Press, 1970, page 212 Major Harold Moore, of the 19th Kansas, indicated that the bodies of the Blinns (two of Black Kettle's...

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Washita casualties

Washita casualties

Washita 1868 : anti-terror campaign against Black Kettle's Cheyennes VICTORY ON THE WASHITA RIVER THE REAL INDIAN CASUALTIES "A dispatch from a special correspondent of the Leavenworth Conservative, dated "in the field, Indian Territory, November 28,...

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Warchiefs killed at Washita

Warchiefs killed at Washita

THE 1868 BATTLE OF THE WASHITA WARCHIEFS KILLED Source : Stan Hoig, The Battle of the Washita, University of Nebraska Press, 1970, pages 140, page 242 (note for page 140) 13 Headmen and warchiefs killed in the Battle of the Washita (as told to Interpreter...

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The white boys of the Washita

The white boys of the Washita

The white boys held captives in the Washita village and eventually freed by Custer WHITE CAPTIVES AT WASHITA edited by David Cornut, author of "Little Big Horn" (France, 2006) Sources : Black Kettle’s Last Raid , by Hill P. Wilson, Transactions of Kansas...

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