George Armstrong Custer (December 5, 1839 – June 25, 1876) was a United
States Army ..... —Famous words reportedly said by General Custer shortly
before being killed. For a time, Custer'...
George Armstrong Custer has been better known for his exploits after the Civil
War than those during. However, his career in the Union army was a success due
Black and white portrait of Lt Col George Armstrong Custer in uniform. .... Crazy
Horse, Gall and other notable Lakota figures and their famous opponent; 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
George Armstrong Custer is largely remembered for his infamous "Last Stand" at
the Battle of the Little Bighorn, but few know that he first made his name as a ...
On the morning of June 25, 1876, Lieutenant Colonel George A. Custer and the
7th Cavalry charged into battle against Lakota Sioux and Northern Cheyenne ...
George Armstrong CusterUnited States military officer. born. December 5 ...
Although born in Ohio, Custer spent part of his youth in the home of his half sister
and brother-in-law in Monroe, Michigan. .... 8 Famous Duels and 1 Almost Duel
An eyewitness account of Custer's last stand. ... to attack in coordinated fashion,
one of which contained Lt. Colonel George Custer and the Seventh Cavalry.
George A. Custer gained fame as a skilled cavalry leader in the Civil War but is
best remembered for his stunning defeat at Little Bighorn in 1876.
George Custer was a U.S. Army officer and cavalry commander in the Civil War
and the ... Lakota figures and their famous opponent -- George Armstrong Custer.