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"Sitting Bull" (1954)

"Sitting Bull" (1954)

Movie Guide Director: Sidney Salkow Release Date: 6 October 1954 (USA) Dale Robertson ... Major Robert 'Bob' Parrish Mary Murphy ... Kathy Howell J. Carrol Naish ... Sitting Bull (as J. Carroll Naish) John Litel ... Gen. Wilford Howell Joel Fluellen ......

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"They Died with their boots on" (1941)

"They Died with their boots on" (1941)

One of Hollywood's most legendary movie, with Errol Flynn as General Custer and Olivia DeHavilland as Libbie. They Died with Their Boots On From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia They Died with Their Boots On Directed by Raoul Walsh Produced by Hal B....

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Waiting on Reno Hill

Waiting on Reno Hill

WAITING ON RENO HILL The witnesses make clear that after reaching Reno Hill, Major Reno wasn't under fire anymore. The warriors left him almost immediately, because they were watching the arrival of Captain Benteen and, close to him, the pack train (later,...

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The books to read

The books to read

"Lakota Noon, The Indian narrative of Custer's defeat" by Historian Gregory Michno, 1997. One of the best book ever written on the battle, analyzing the Indian testimonies and putting them in a reasonable timeline. Outstanding. Paperback: 352 pages Publisher:...

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LBH : the basics

LBH : the basics

Battle of the Little Bighorn The basics : from Wikipedia Battle of the Little Bighorn Part of the Black Hills War Date June 25 – June 26, 1876 Location Near the Little Bighorn River, Big Horn County, Montana Result Native American Victory Combatants Lakota,...

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The Little Big Horn cover-up

The Little Big Horn cover-up

Little Bighorn specialist and US Marine Robert Nightengale unmasks the Little Bighorn criminal affair THE STORY OF A COVER-UP source: Robert Nightengale, Wild West Magazine, 2005, History Net Art by Michael Schreck, http://michaelschreckart.com Robert...

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General Custer in the Civil War

General Custer in the Civil War

George Armstrong Custer: Between Myth and Reality By Historian Jeffry D. Wert, author of "Custer, the controversial life of George A. Custer" (1996) March/April 2006 issue of Civil War Times Magazine. History Net George Armstrong Custer stalks America's...

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Indian casualties: up to 500 ?

Indian casualties: up to 500 ?

THE CAIRNS AT LITTLE BIGHORN BATTLEFIELD source: Indian student of the Little Bighorn, LBHA message board, 2007 "300 warriors were killed and 200 died from their wounds." Sioux Warrior Red Hawk Indians marked the spot of the fallen with a pile of stones,...

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Testimonies about Indian casualties

Testimonies about Indian casualties

INDIAN CASUALTIES Interpreter George Herendeen said that the Indian casualties was at least as great as Custer's casulaties. Indian agent James McLaughlin said that the high Indian casualties were certain. Yellow Horse said that 83 warriors died on the...

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