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 only a few years later? The answers, finally, are at hand.

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Review: Lakota Noon: The Indian Narrative of Custer's Defeat

User Review  - James Taylor - Goodreads

An essential part of the LBH jigsaw which must be read by anyone who wants to understand what happened on that fateful June day in 1876. These, after all, are the only accounts by participants. An essential text. Read full review

Review: Lakota Noon: The Indian Narrative of Custer's Defeat

User Review  - Don Cygan - Goodreads

Having read a plethora of Custer books, from the original "Kick the Dead Lion" and "Custer's Luck" to a variety of more recent offerings, I find Michno's book refreshing and original. This is a book ... Read full review

Contents

The Long Road to Disaster
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About the Author 349
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The 198485 Dig
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Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Gregory F. Michno has won numerous awards for his books, which include "Lakota Noon", an Indian perspective to the Battle of Little Bighorn. He works for the state of Michigan's department of social services in Ypsilanti.

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