For the 1936 film serial, see Custer's Last Stand (serial). ..... the hearts of the
warriors, and were elements for success upon which General Custer fully
You might know the story better as Custer's Last Stand. On the morning of June
25, 1876, Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer and the 7th Cavalry charged into
An eyewitness account of Custer's last stand. ... Dividing his forces in three,
Custer sent troops under Captain Frederick Benteen to .... However, during the
Civil War his skills at war propelled him to the temporary rank of brigadier general
Official National Park Service site. Popular tourist destination in Eastern Montana,
the sight of Custer's "Last Stand."
George Armstrong Custer
came to fame during the Civil War when the photogenic cavalry officer showed exceptional bravery, which some considered recklessness, during several engagements. Newspapers and magazines seemed to love the idea of the young general
, and he appea... More »
Even if Lieutenant Colonel (General to his men) George Armstrong Custer came
... to indicate that Custer's Last Stand was a lengthy battle and one of maneuver,
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.
Another Broken Treaty. Gold broke the delicate peace with the Sioux. In 1874, a
scientific exploration group led by General George Armstrong Custer discovered
On June 17, the first column under the command of General George Crook was ...
Within an hour, they were wiped out to the last man. ... Custer's Last Stand ...
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