DOD historian Phillip Thomas Tucker reassesses tactics at the 1876 Battle of the Little Bighorn
In a 1920 interview Private William Slaper of Company M, 7th U.S. Cavalry, defended […]
The Lakota warrior spoke candidly about Tom Custer and other soldiers at the Battle […]
The Hunkpapa Lakota warrior Left Hand is one of the quiet enigmas of Custer’s […]
How many Sioux and Cheyenne Indians died at the Battle of the Little Bighorn?
Whether anyone from Custer’s immediate command escaped the massacre is debatable, but some definitely tried to get away.
Facts, information and articles about the Battle Of Little Bighorn, a famous battle of […]
Why do so many myths persist about the events of Jun 25, 1876, when the Sioux and Cheyenne defeated Lt. Col. George Custer in Montana Territory?
Many men had claimed to have been survivors of Custer’s command at the bloody Battle of Little Bighorn, but Frank Finkel was the real deal.
Among the troopers advancing with Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer on the Little Bighorn in June 1876 were 1st Lt. Charles DeRudio and Privates John Martin and Augustus De Voto.