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Battle of Little Bighorn: 47 – Watch For Our Return

General George Crook General Crook reorganized at Fort Fetterman as General Terry prepared his two commands. Sheridan’s three-pronged offensive had now become a summer campaign...

Battle of Little Bighorn: 46 – Subdue the Sioux

On February 1, 1876, by decree of the Secretary of the Interior, the Indians in the unceded territory were declared to be hostile. The...

Battle of Little Bighorn: 45 – More of Custer’s Men, Scouts, and Interpreters

KEOGH, CAPTAIN MYLES W. The name Keogh, fittingly at least for Myles, in Latin means “soldier.” Keogh is often remembered in history because his horse,...

Battle of Little Bighorn: 44 – Some Men of the 7th Cavalry

RENO, MAJOR MARCUS ALBERT During the 1876 campaign against the hostiles, Reno was second in command to George Armstrong Custer. Reno was born into a...

Battle of Little Bighorn: 43 – The Gathering

When, on May 17, 1876, the 7th Cavalry left Fort Abraham Lincoln no one had a correct idea of how many hostile Indians were...

Battle of Little Bighorn: 42 – Spring Migration, Sioux Style

After the Treaty of 1868 was signed, the Sioux had slowly began moving toward the agencies. By the year 1875 the hostiles’ number had...

Battle of Little Bighorn: 41 – Custer Gets Lucky and the Sioux Turn Down...

General Terry intercedes for Custer with the President. As a result, though Custer still will not command the three-pronged attack, he will lead the...

Battle of Little Bighorn: 40 – President Grant Gets Revenge

May 2, 1876, the day that George Armstrong Custer left Washington without permission was just a few days before the 7th Cavalry was due...

Battle of Little Bighorn: 39 – Custer Blasts Grant and Belknap

Washington D. C. When George Armstrong Custer returned to Washington he was entertained by many Democrats. Surely he enjoyed being the toast of Washington, but...

Battle of Little Bighorn: 38 – Custer for President?

James Bennett, publisher of the New York Herald wanted to oust the front-running Presidential candidate nominee, Samuel Tilden, governor of New York. Tilden, a...