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Custer, Terry, and Me by G. G. Boyer

Custer, Terry, and Me

by G. G. Boyer

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On June 25? 1876? the most famous Cavalry and Indian battle in frontier history was fought on the banks of a lonely Montana stream that the Sioux called Greasy Grass and the white men called Little Big Horn. Although much has been written about that historic day? no one really knows what happened to the 7th Cavalry. No one except Tom Ballard. As the only eyewitness? he finds that surviving the battle was just the first step. Now the people who want to preserve their version of events will do anything to keep the truth from getting out ... even if it means silencing Ballard forever.… (more)

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