My American History
The most incredible story
of the American Indian Wars
-- The Battle of the Little
This is the Story of
the Greatest Battle Between the US Army & Native Americans
From the Men
who were there
The 130 year old legend of Custers's Last Stand still grips
America's readers. George Armstrong Custer with over 600 men,
stormed the largest encampment of plains Native Americans in
recorded history. There to see the spiritual leader of the Lakota
Nation, Sitting Bull, some 20,000 people defended their lodges and
families, killing all of Custer's battalion.
Mid-day at the end of June in 1876, Custer with tired and poorly
armed men, made his fatal mistake. As three troops attacked the
front of the immense village, Custer charged into the midst. The
result was told to the public on July 4th -- the centennial of the
mistake made in dividing up his troops?
Were the men so
outnumbered that the bullets seemed like hail?
Who of the US Army
did actually survive the greatest Indian War battle?
The answers are supplied within this book:
An untold story
is captured in postcards and letters written from the field of the
Battle of the Little Big Horn, along with a diary and correspondence
log kept some 1,500 miles away. The West Point graduate and officer
Wallace provides a gripping tale as he tries to care for his
dwindling troop of men.
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Leading the charge at Custer's Last Stand,
a West Point graduate survives the battle, to be the one to
discover and bury the famous Gen'l Custer.
Letters from the
Wallace at the
Little Big Horn
7 x 7 Softcover
200 Pages - 100 Illustrations
50 Transcripts from 1876
-- Over 50 unpublished Photos --
Based upon two First Person Accounts
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American History with
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