I Fought with Custer: The Story of Sergeant Windolph, Last Survivor of the Battle of the Little Big Horn : with Explanatory Material and Contemporary Sidelights on the Custer Fight

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U of Nebraska Press, 1954 - History - 236 pages
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Sergeant Charles Windolph was the last white survivor of the Battle of the Little Big Horn when he described it nearly seventy years later. A six-year veteran of the Seventh Cavalry, Windolph fought in Benteen?s troop on that fatal Sunday and recalls in vivid detail the battle that wiped out Custer?s command. Equally vivid is the evidence marshaled by Frazier and Robert Hunt on events leading up to the battle and on the investigation that followed.
  

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Less than half of the men of the Seventh Cavalry died with Custer at the Little Bighorn. The majority of the regiment under Benteen and Reno were miles away by order of Custer. Read full review

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Contents

Chapter I Join the Seventh Cavalry
1
2 The Yellowstone Expedition
18
Epilogue
114
Was Grants Harsh Rebuke Responsible
121
Did Custer Disobey Terrys Last Orders?
137
5 Was Renos Retreat Responsible for Ous
162
Come On Bring Packs?
183
7 Bitter Controversies that Lived Long
194
The
208
The Death of Custer on the Lonely Ridge
220
Bibliography
227
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\In a new foreword to the Bison Book edition, Neil Mangum, historian at the Custer Battlefield National Monument, discusses Windolph's contribution to the Custer literature.

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