On February 1, 1866, Major General Custer mustered out of the ... of the
American South in the aftermath of the Civil War, ...
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Custer. George Armstrong Custer has been better known for his exploits after the
George Armstrong Custer is largely remembered for his infamous "Last Stand" at
... few know that he first made his name as a heroic General during the Civil War.
Jul 11, 2016 ... During the Civil War he commanded several different cavalry ... George
Armstrong Custer was born December 5, 1839, in New Rumley, Ohio.
George Armstrong Custer was appointed brigadier general on June 29, 1863,
and assigned as commander of the Michigan brigade which he led as the Union
Dramatic images of George Armstrong Custer during the Civil War, when he first
... In early 1862, Custer served on the staff of General George McClellan, who ...
Black and white portrait of Lt Col George Armstrong Custer in uniform. Lt Col ...
As the Civil War broke out, Custer emerged from the academy. He chose the ...
Now a General, Libbie's father began to cool his objections to the young couple.
Flamboyant in life, George Armstrong Custer has remained one of the ... of the
bloody Civil War -- his fearless aggression in battle earned him the respect of his
... E. Lee's forces; in gratitude, General Philip Sheridan purchased and made a
Despite graduating last in his class at West Point, George Armstrong Custer
rocketed to fame during the Civil War, becoming the youngest general in the
Editorial Reviews. Review. "The best examination of Custer's Civil War career."—
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