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8 articles avec lbh : before the battle

Custer and Tullocks Creek

Custer and Tullocks Creek

Another myth of the Little Bighorn CUSTER AND TULLOCKS CREEK source: Colonel William Graham, The Custer Myth, page 131 In the movie " Son of the Morning Star ", as well as in many articles and books, it is said that Custer neglected to scout Tullocks...

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George Crook in 1876

George Crook in 1876

Three columns had to hunt Indians in 1876. But George Crook's 1'300 soldiers lost ten men at the battle of the Rosebud and then fell back to... go fishing on the Yellowston river. GEORGE CROOK'S DUTY Mary Trotter Kion , Suite101 Two major battles took...

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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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Lieutenant Varnum's account

Lieutenant Varnum's account

VARNUM: THE LAST MORNING source: The Custer Myth by Colonel W.A. Graham, pages 342 - 343 Lieutenant Charles Varnum was the chief of scouts at the Little Bighorn. Here is one of his personal letter, written on July 4, 1876., about the morning before the...

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The Mary Adams controversy

The Mary Adams controversy

The controversy that proved General Miles was right MAR(IA) ADAM'S AFFIDAVIT Maria Adams was Custer's black servant, like Eliza (in the picture) before her. After the battle of the Little Bighorn, General Terry stated that Custer had disobeyed orders....

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What the scouts really said

What the scouts really said

WHAT THE SCOUTS REALLY SAID Wonderful artwork by Michael Schreck, http://michaelschreckart.com In the traditional account of the battle, one depicts Indian scouts warning Custer of a suicidal attack. In fact, it never happened that way. It is a myth,...

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