Deathedit]. Some eyewitness reports state that Custer was not identified until
after his death by the Native Americans who killed him.
George Custer American officer. An American soldier on a fast, "stocking-legged"
"sorrel horse" made a lone dash for safety at the very end of the Custer fight.
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Sitting Bull was shot and killed three years later in 1890 by a Lakota policeman.
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After George Custer's death in 1876, his wife Libbie would dedicate her life to
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George Custer was an American commander and brevet general who fought in
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May 9, 2000 ... George Armstrong Custer. Movie makers like to show him standing alone, flailing
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