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Custer

George Armstrong. 1839--76, US cavalry general: Civil War hero, killed fighting the Sioux Indians at Little Bighorn, Montana
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In the new spot, Custer shares the emotionally charged story of his prostate cancer journey.
Most recently, the Custer County economy has been the indirect beneficiary of the Bakken oil boom, hundreds of miles to the east on the Montana-North Dakota border.
Custer said CPI believes that technology decisions are
The greater Helena community really rallied around the need for increased accessibility--access to and from the interstate and Custer Avenue, and access from the interstate to the growing number of businesses in the area," says Ron Alles, Helena city manager.
The massacre of Custer and much of his 7th Cavalry Regiment in June 1876 is one of the most perplexing battles in American history.
Custer joined Farm Journal in 1998 as vice president, marketing for Farm Journal's Database Strategies Division.
Mr Scott, the American pioneer of battlefield archaeology, was the man who surveyed the site of the Battle of Little Big Horn, where Custer made his famous last stand.
A special section on Custer's Last Stand points out that some of the enlisted men with Custer had no training in combat and marksmanship and wound up easy prey for the Cheyenne and Sioux warriors at Little Bighorn.
I truly believe in libraries and their power to impact people and the quality of life in a community,' Custer said.
Speaking on a Sky News documentary looking into the highly-paid work security companies do in the war-torn country, Peter Bloss said he only learned what his son had been doing with the American company Custer Battles after Michael had died.
Speaker Walt Custer of Custer Consulting Group gave his typical fastpaced look at the macro and micro conditions currently affecting the electronics industry.
The Sioux Indians,led by Crazy Horse, killed Custer and all 264 soldiers of his 7th US Cavalry.