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1. Benteen, Reno and Custer Benteen, Reno and Custer March//1960 Entire issue of the book one article about the military officers in command at the Battle of Little Big Horn in the 1870s, including Frederick Benteen, starting with the military "in the Tenth Missouri...

2. Beyond Lewis and Clark Beyond Lewis and Clark Autumn 2004 Article describes a number of explorers who travelled the West in the employ of the U.S. Army after the Lewis and Clark Expedition. These include Zebulon Pike, Stephen H. Long, John Charles Fremont, and...

3. Campaigning with Custer and the Nineteenth Kansas Volunteer Cavalry on the Washita Campaign, 1868-'69 Campaigning with Custer and the Nineteenth Kansas Volunteer Cavalry on the Washita Campaign, 1868-'69 1928 Lists of members of the 19th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry with a map of their campaign route.

4. Custer and the Indian Wars Custer and the Indian Wars Summer 2005 Special section devoted to George Custer with the following articles. (1) "Custer's First Stand" by Tom Goodrich; (2) "One Equals One " by Tom Goodrich; (3) "The Kidder Massacre;" (4) "Hand to Hand" by...

5. Custer's Death: The N. Y. Herald's Special Report from the Field of Battle Custer's Death: The N. Y. Herald's Special Report from the Field of Battle July/21/1876 Article thoroughly reporting on the Indian battle in Montana, killing General George Custer, at the site referred to as "the Little Horn."

6. Custer's Last Fight Custer's Last Fight January 11, 1908 Short notice of a drama to open at the Gilliss Theater featuring both General Custer and Buffalo Bill. This company carries forty people, a car load of special scenery, horses and dogs. In the company...

7. Custer: Boy Wonder Under Arms Custer: Boy Wonder Under Arms March/April 2006 George Custer finished dead last in his West Point class yet became the youngest general in U.S. Army history. Much of his mystique was created by his wife Libbie after Custer died at the Battle of Little...

8. Flags or Pigeons: Source Problems in the Literature of Custer's Last Stand Flags or Pigeons: Source Problems in the Literature of Custer's Last Stand March//1961 Article about the varying reliability of sources recording the events at the Battle of Little Big Horn, or Custer's Last Stand against "the hostile Sioux, Cheyennes, and Arapahoe" Indians in the late 1800s....

9. George A. Custer George A. Custer Information about General George Armstrong Custer, famous for the disastrous Custer's Last Stand in 1876, involved in military engagements with Indians in Kansas following the Civil War, including a court-martial...

10. George Armstrong Custer George Armstrong Custer n.d. Mounted photograph of portrait sketch of General George Armstrong Custer in uniform. Label on back reads: D.F. Barry, Photographer, photographs of all noted Indian Chiefs. 1312 Tower Ave., Superior, Wis....

11. George Armstrong Custer George Armstrong Custer Head and shoulders portrait.

12. George Bent George Bent 2006 George Bent accounts are included in this book which contains eyewitness views of Custer's attack at Washita. Included is a biography of Bent and four letters (1905-1912) that he wrote later concerning...

13. Mr. Schlyer of Ellis: Represents a Democratic Oasis in a Republican Desert Mr. Schlyer of Ellis: Represents a Democratic Oasis in a Republican Desert December/15/1894 Portrait and biographical article about John Schlyer, a Kansas state representative in Ellis, Kansas located "out on the plains, 300 miles from the Missouri river, near old Fort Hays." Native of New York...

14. P. T. Barnum's 1870 Hunting Expedition in Kansas P. T. Barnum's 1870 Hunting Expedition in Kansas February 13, 1905 Several paragraphs recounting a September, 1870 buffalo hunt in Kansas undertaken by P. T. Barnum, a visiting friend from Great Britain named John Fish, and several others. The expedition was led by "General...

15. Recalls a Frontier Day Recalls a Frontier Day October/29/1912 Article about a registry book found from 1869, with signatures of guests such as Generals George Custer and Joseph Johnston.

16. The Court-Martial of Brevet Major General George A. Custer: Conducted at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, September The Court-Martial of Brevet Major General George A. Custer: Conducted at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, September and October, 1867 September//1968 Article about the 1867 court-martial of military officer George Armstrong Custer, held that year in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, concerning his "unsuccessful Hancock-Custer Campaign of 1867 against the hostile...

17. The Plains Sioux and the Federal Government: 1865 to the Custer Massacre The Plains Sioux and the Federal Government: 1865 to the Custer Massacre December//1960 Article discussing "the Indian policy of the United States Government as it affected the Sioux from 1865 to 1876," explaining some causes for the Battle of Little Big Horn known as Custer's Last Stand....

18. With General George A. Custer on the Northern Pacific Surveying Expedition in 1873 With General George A. Custer on the Northern Pacific Surveying Expedition in 1873 1925 A 21 page photocopied typescript which contain the memoirs written by Louis Hills about his year as a bugler with General George Custer on the Northern Pacific Surveying expedition in 1873. According to...