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7 articles avec lbh: last stand (i)

How the last stand looked like

How the last stand looked like

HOW THE LAST STAND LOOKED LIKE Here is one of the most accurate portrayal of the Last Stand ever (taken from "The Custer Album") 42 men behind 39 dead horses, in a 30-feet circle. "Custer's men were along a ridgeline, and they were either running along...

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Sound of agony : the bugle

Sound of agony : the bugle

The Bugle on Last Stand Hill SOUNDS OF BETRAYAL During the last stand, Beard and Crazy Horse tell us about soldiers in the last stand hill who were playing bugle until the end. Custer's men were probably making efforts to take the attention of the soldiers...

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Custer was killed on his last hill

Custer was killed on his last hill

CUSTER DIED ON HIS HILL One of the most dominating myth of Little Bighorn is that George A. Custer was killed near the river, in a ravine etc. It's totally impossible. Custer was killed on the location he was found, in other words, in the middle of his...

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Proving the Last Stand

Proving the Last Stand

PROVING THE LAST STAND William Rini is a teacher, a long-time LBH specialist and a Frontier reenactor. Concerning Dr. Richard Fox's theories about "no last stand at Little Bighorn ( controversial archaeology ) : he is clearly an expert in the field of...

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Indian testimonies

Indian testimonies

INDIAN TESTIMONIES ON CUSTER'S RESISTANCE source: Gregory Michno, Lakota Noon, the Indian narrative of Custer's defeat, Mountain Press, 1997 Crow King, Sioux hunkpapa warchief (Michno, p.178): Riderless mounts scattered across the hills and ran to the...

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