Lakota noon: the Indian narrative of Custer's defeat

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Mountain Press Pub., 1997 - History - 336 pages
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The men of Company E rode big gray horses that stood out amidst the confusion during the afternoon of June 25, 1876. Twenty-eight of these men were found dead in a ravine after the fighting ceased. But which ravine? Why couldn't the army find their bones

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User Review  - rwt42 - LibraryThing

Recommended by an Indian, this is the fantastic recreation of Custer's last stand pieced together from historic interviews of Indians who participated. It corrects so many of the accounts of this ... Read full review


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An interesting look at history,not always in History books.I would recomend to anyone interested in the Indian War period. A great companion for a family study trip to Little Big Horn National Monument. Read full review


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Gregory Michno is a Michigan native. He attended Michigan State University and did post-graduate work at the University of Northern Colorado. An award-winning author, he has written two dozen articles and several books, dealing with World War II and the American West. His books include The Mystery of E Troop, Lakota Noon, USS Pampanito: Killer-Angel, Death on the Hellships, The Encyclopedia of Indian Wars, Battle at Sand Creek and A Fate Worse than Death, Indian Captivities in the West, 1830-1885. He also participated in editing and appearing in the dvd history, The Great Indian Wars 1540-1890. Greg and his wife Sue currently live in Longmont, Colorado.