A gory painting from his childhood makes a lifelong impression on a future Wild West expert.
Revered Hunkpapa Warrior Gall Found Success at the Little Bighorn
Hunkpapa Sioux leaders and Battle of the Little Bighorn veterans Gall and Sitting Bull, […]
Beech Starship: ‘Little Bighorn With Wings’
Expectations were high when Burt Rutan teamed up with Beech to produce the Starship […]
Little Bighorn Battlefield Also Has Museum Treats
Custer relics are part of the large collection. The June 1876 Battle of the […]
How Custer Met His End at Little Bighorn
How could Custer and his regiment—widely seen as the best on the frontier — fall so spectacularly?
The ‘Arapaho Five’ at the Little Bighorn
Among the fighting Sioux and Cheyennes were a quintet of young Arapahos who really […]
A 7th Cavalry Survivor of Little Bighorn Owed His Life to a Horse — But Not His Own
Sgt. Daniel Kanipe was the last man in Company C to leave Custer’s five companies under orders and without suspicion of cowardice.
An Old Army-Issue Colt Resurfaces—Did It See Battle at Little Bighorn?
When the serial number of a gun in a private collection incredibly matches that of one from a 7th Cavalry inventory, the hunt is on to determine if it was used at the famous battle.
Correspondent Mark Kellogg Was ‘At the Death’ on the Little Bighorn
Though well compensated, he didn’t live to tell the story. Reporter Mark Kellogg needed […]
What Happened to the Custer Family After the Last Stand at Little Bighorn?
George’s widow Libbie and their hometown of Monroe, Mich. mourned the losses along with other Custer relatives.