The Battle of the Little Bighorn, known to the Lakota and other Plains Indians as
the Battle of the ..... The route taken by Custer to his "Last Stand" remains a
subject of debate. One pos...
Custer's Last Stand June 25, 1876. What do you know about the Battle of Little
Big Horn? You might know the story better as Custer's Last Stand. On the
An eyewitness account of Custer's last stand. ... As the Indians closed in, Custer
ordered his men to shoot their horses and stack the ... However, during the Civil
War his skills at war propelled him to the temporary rank of brigadier general.
Another Broken Treaty. Gold broke the delicate peace with the Sioux. In 1874, a
scientific exploration group led by General George Armstrong Custer discovered
Five days later, General Alfred Terry ordered George Custer's 7th Cavalry to
scout ahead for enemy troops. ... Battle of the Little Bighorn: Custer's Last Stand.
Feb 20, 2009 ... "Custer's Last Rally," by John Mulvany (Courtesy of Library of Congress) ... The
participating warriors called it a Last Stand. Deal with it.
One of the columns was led by Lt. General George Custer, who spotted a Sioux
.... hill (today called Custer Hill, or Last Stand Hill) where the soldiers were killed.
Accounts of the 1876 battle have focused on Custer's ill-fated cavalry. ... focuses
on the fight on the Custer battlefield known as “Custer's Last Stand. .... Previously,
General Custer's reckless and audacious charges won him the day but, as with ...
Official National Park Service site. Popular tourist destination in Eastern Montana,
the sight of Custer's "Last Stand."
4/6/2007 • Wild West. June 25, 1876, is a date that shall live in controversy. Even
if Lieutenant Colonel (General to his men) George Armstrong Custer came ...