Series: Hidden Springs of Custeriana

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Marching with Custer: a Day-By-Day Evaluation of the Uses, Abuses, and Conditions of the Animals on the Ill-Fated Expedition of 1876. Introduction and Photo Research on the Equestrian Custer by Carroll Friswold by Elwood L. Nye1
With the Indian and the Buffalo in Montana, 1870-1878; Including an account of the Sioux Expedition of 1876 and the rescue of the remnant of Custer's command at the Little Big Horn, and with the Journal of marches under Colonel John Gibbon, April 1 to September 29, 1876 by Edward J. McClernand2
The Little Big Horn 1876 : The official communications, documents and reports. With rosters of the officers and troops of the campaign by Loyd J. Overfield II3
The Killing of Chief Crazy Horse by Robert A. Clark4
First Scalp for Custer: The Skirmish at Warbonnet Creek, Nebraska, July 17, 1876 by Paul L. Hedren5
Some observations on the Yellowstone Expedition of 1873 by Lawrence A. Frost6
I, Varnum : the autobiographical reminiscences of Custer's chief of scouts by Charles A. Varnum7
The Custer Trail : a narrative of the line of march by Frank L. Anders8
Boy general in bronze : Custer, Michigan's hero on horseback by Lawrence A. Frost9
The Arrest and Killing of Sitting Bull : a documentary by John M. Carroll10
Camp on Custer: Transcribing the Custer Myth by Bruce R. Liddic11
Walter M. Camp's Little Bighorn Rosters by Walter Mason Camp12
For All to See: The Little Bighorn Battle in Plains Indian Art by Sandra L. Brizée-Bowen13
Military register of Custer's last command by Roger L. Williams14
Custer, the Seventh Cavalry, and the Little Big Horn : a bibliography by Mike O'Keefe15

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