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Custer's Last Campaign. Mitch Boyer and the Little Big Horn Reconstructed. Foreword by Robert M. Utley.li.
by [George Custer] Gray, John S.

Publisher Information:
University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln: 1991.

A Fine tight unread copy in a Fine dust jacket. The author has applied rigorous analysis as no previous historian has done to these oft-analyzed events. His detailed time-motion study of the movements of the various participants frankly boggles the mind of this reviewer. No one will be able to write of this battle again without reckoning with Gray"-Thomas W. Dunlay, Journal of American History "Gray challenges many time~honored beliefs about the battle. Perhaps most significantly, he brings in as much as possible the testimony of the Indian witnesses, especially that of the young scout Curley, which generations of historians have dismissed for contradictions that Gray convincingly demonstrates were caused not by Curley but by the assumptions made by his questioners.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
Book Id: 26395

Price: $45.00

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