Seize the Sky
Custer and the Seventh march from Fort Abraham Lincoln at the same time Sitting Bull has his fateful vision of "soldiers falling into camp," both tragic figures to collide on the Little Bighorn in this tale drawn from the battlefield's archeological evidence blended with the long-ignored recollections of the warriors who crushed Custer.
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