Custer In \'76: Walter Camp\'s Notes On The Custer Fight

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Custer in '76: Walter Camp's Notes on the Custer Fight

This collection of exciting, absorbing personal accounts from survivors of the Battle of the Little Bighorn, includes interviews with John Martin, trumpeter and orderly to Lt. Col. George Armstong Custer; Medal of Honor winner Stanislas Roy; Second Lt. Winfield Edgerly; Second Lt. Charles DeRudio; Private Roman Rutten; Sergeant Daniel Knipe; and other Seventh Cavalry men and officers.
It also includes accounts from Custer’s Indian scouts: Goes Ahead, Hairy Moccasin, Little Sioux, Strike Two, and notably, Curley, the Crow scout who witnessed the attack on the Custer Column. Most importantly, here for the first time are memorable accounts from American Indians who actually fought against Custer: Turtle Rib, Black Bear, He Dog, White Bull, Sturdy Bear, and Foolish Elk, who fought with Crazy Horse on the day of the battle. These American Indian interviews are an important source for scholars of Native American cultures, as well as students of the Indian Wars and Custer’s “Last Stand.”

Specifications of Custer in '76: Walter Camp's Notes on the Custer Fight

AuthorWalter Camp
PublisherUniversity of Oklahoma Press
Number Of Pages320
Publication Date2014-07-16
Height9.25 inch.
Length6.13 inch.
Width0.79 inch.
Weight0.79 pounds.

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