George Armstrong Custer - famous for "Custers Last Stand" at the Battle of LIttle
Bighorn, he was nicknamed "Boy General" for being the youngest General to ...
An American Army general who would famously lose his life at the hands of
Native American warriors at the Battle of Little Bighorn, George Armstrong Custer
Dec 5, 2014 ... Born on December 5, 1839, in New Rumley, Ohio, George Armstrong Custer first
achieved renown as a young Civil War hero before gaining ...
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With this promotion, Custer
was assigned to lead a brigade of Michigan cavalry in the division of Major General Judson Kilpatrick. After fighting the Confederate cavalry at Hanover and Hunterstown, Custer
and his brigade, which he nicknamed the "Wolverines," played a ... More »
May 3, 2006 ... Biography of General George Custer, American cavalry commander most famous
for his 'last stand'
In 1874, the U.S. government sent General George Custer on the Black Hills
Expedition to choose a location for a new ... Timeline: Black Hills Expedition of
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... General Article: George Armstrong Custer and the Battle of the Little Bighorn.
George Armstrong Custer (1839–1876) was an American cavalry officer who
fought in the Civil War and, later, against American Indians on the plains. Custer
George Custer summary: George Armstrong Custer was a United States Army
officer who, after finishing last in his class at West Point, was still called to serve