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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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George McClellan, Custer served as a staff officer through the early stages of the war.
Duggan, an author, retired university technology educator, and American Kennel Club judge, provides a biographical study of General George Armstrong Custer and his wife Libbie as dog owners, in the context of the politics and issues of their day, including Custer's involvement in the Civil War.
Its sand operation will be in western Blaine County and southeastern Dewey County, but some of the roads that its trucks will use will be in northeastern Custer County, hence Vista's desire to talk with commissioners there.
'I literally didn't think it was real,' Custer told the News and Observer on Sunday, Oct.
Custer Design, which specialises in print and embroidery, was initially launched by Kris as an online store on the back of creating branded mugs for his father's engineering business.
Many of the forty-four letters the young lieutenant wrote home during those two years, introduced and annotated in "An Aide to Custer: The Civil War Letters of Lt.
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, The End Of A Myth, The Beginning Of A Legend by John Kostner, Chronology Books, 2010, ISBN-10:1933909-03-X, 220pages, soft cover.
Charismatic Jesse Custer takes the ultimate roadtrip as this thrilling adaptation of a cult comic book continues.
Critique: A deftly crafted novel by a master of the genre, and a simply riveting read from cover to cover, "The Custer Conspiracy" will prove to be an original and enduringly popular addition to community library Mystery/Suspense collections.