This is the personal narrative of the most famous cavalry leader
America ever produced.
Custer's solid claim to military fame rests upon his
achievements in the Civil War, yet paradoxically he is chiefly
remembered by reason of his death in the Battle of Little Big Horn
in June 1876-- "Custer's Last Stand".
Much controversy still rages over Custer's career and character.
Custer was an exceedingly complex man who, in life, won devoted
friends and admirers as well as outspokenly bitter enemies.
This book, representing the major part of Custer's life, was
first published some two years before the General's Death. It is a
vivid picture of the American West, the rigors of life for the
settlers, and the horrors of indian warfare.
Custer, in this intensely personal account, made a major
contribution to american history.
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