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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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As memorable basketball duos go, Custer and LaTulip are as good as it gets, although the latter was more than gracious about his exit.
After consulting with Custer County Commissioners, the airport, and the U.
Otherwise known as 'Custer's Last Stand', Custer and his forces were famously cut down to the very last man and defeated by a larger Indian coalition made up of Lakota and Cheyenne warriors.
Custer Survivor is the saga of one member of Company C of the 7th Calvary commanded by George A.
The authors present us Custer through his own words, those of his supporters and critics, and those of historians.
Subject to final board approval, Custer is also expected to serve on the company's Credit Risk and Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) Committee, which focuses on compliance related matters.
The so-called Junkins Fire in Custer County began around the location of east Westcliffe and west of Wetmore, the Denver Channel (http://www.
Shooting Arrows and Slinging Mud: Custer, the Press, and the Little Bighorn.
A lasting impression after reading Custer's Trials is that George Armstrong Custer was a man who always seemed to be in the right place at the right time--until he died being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
The author of many books of fiction, two books of poetry, and four books of nonfiction, Duff centers his plot around June 25, 1876, when Custer and his Seventh Cavalry sought to eradicate the Indians and met with a crushing defeat.
If Rip Van Winkle were an economist, he would marvel at the changes in the Custer County economy since he went to sleep for 20 years.
George Custer, originally put to death at the Battle of Little Big Horn many decades earlier.