George Armstrong Custer

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Los Angeles Times
Olympian Kim Rhode must deal with the reality of mass shootingsThey have a long history with hunting and target shooting and are quick to ment
Olympian Kim Rhode must deal with the reality of mass shootings
Los Angeles Times / Posted 3 days ago
They have a long history with hunting and target shooting and are quick to mention that a distant relative fought with George Armstrong Custer in the late 1800s. “Obviously he survived,” Rhode’s father, Richard, said. “Otherwise, we wouldn’t... Read more
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KECI Missoula
June 25Northern Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes. The total U.S. casualty count, including
June 25
KECI Missoula / Posted 5 days ago
Northern Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes. The total U.S. casualty count, including scouts, was 268 dead, including Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer, and 55 injured. 1867: Barbed wire is patented by Lucien B. Smith of Kent, Ohio. He received patent... Read more
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Nevada Appeal
The Popcorn Stand: June 25, 1876 was an historic daywas born the telephone. But on that Sunday, 1,600 miles to the west, death wou
The Popcorn Stand: June 25, 1876 was an historic day
Nevada Appeal / Posted 6 days ago
was born the telephone. But on that Sunday, 1,600 miles to the west, death would be the order of the day for LT. Colonel George Armstrong Custer and members of the 7th U.S. Cavalry. Custer was just 22 years old when he graduated from the U.S.... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
The worst mass shooting? A look back at massacres in US historysaid to have waved a white flag as the troops approached. He survived the massa
The worst mass shooting? A look back at massacres in US history
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 15 days ago
said to have waved a white flag as the troops approached. He survived the massacre and was killed four years later by Gen. George Armstrong Custer. Clear Lake Massacre: In 1850, a U.S. cavalry unit descended on a tribe of Pomo Indians living on an... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
The worst mass shooting? A look back at massacres in US historysaid to have waved a white flag as the troops approached. He survived the massa
The worst mass shooting? A look back at massacres in US history
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 15 days ago
said to have waved a white flag as the troops approached. He survived the massacre and was killed four years later by Gen. George Armstrong Custer. Clear Lake Massacre: In 1850, a U.S. cavalry unit descended on a tribe of Pomo Indians living on an... Read more
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Boston Globe
Malden grave of little-known Medal of Honor soldier to get special markerBighorn River. The Boston-born Hanley had ventured into no-man’s land on June
Malden grave of little-known Medal of Honor soldier to get special marker
Boston Globe / Posted 15 days ago
Bighorn River. The Boston-born Hanley had ventured into no-man’s land on June 25, 1876, a day when Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer and every soldier with him would die. A few miles away, Hanley and other 7th Cavalry troopers battled... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
The worst mass shooting? A look back at massacres in U.S. historysaid to have waved a white flag as the troops approached. He survived the massa
The worst mass shooting? A look back at massacres in U.S. history
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 15 days ago
said to have waved a white flag as the troops approached. He survived the massacre and was killed four years later by Gen. George Armstrong Custer. Clear Lake Massacre: In 1850, a U.S. cavalry unit descended on a tribe of Pomo Indians living on an... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
The worst mass shooting? A look back at massacres in U.S. historysaid to have waved a white flag as the troops approached. He survived the massa
The worst mass shooting? A look back at massacres in U.S. history
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 15 days ago
said to have waved a white flag as the troops approached. He survived the massacre and was killed four years later by Gen. George Armstrong Custer. Clear Lake Massacre: In 1850, a U.S. cavalry unit descended on a tribe of Pomo Indians living on an... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Volunteers at Council Grove site help archaeologists excavate, catalog artifactsshop. “So while this was here, we had the gold rush going on, and all the Sant
Volunteers at Council Grove site help archaeologists excavate, catalog artifacts
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 19 days ago
shop. “So while this was here, we had the gold rush going on, and all the Santa Fe Trail people passed by, and Gen. (George Armstrong) Custer came through here with his 7th Cavalry, so a lot of important history happened around here,” Blasing... Read more
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examiner.com
T. Elizabeth Renich and the Shadowcreek Chroniclesburned again on February 29, 1864. The third burning, May 9, 1864, was said to
T. Elizabeth Renich and the Shadowcreek Chronicles
examiner.com / Posted 22 days ago
burned again on February 29, 1864. The third burning, May 9, 1864, was said to have been done by a regiment led by General George Armstrong Custer, the same general who later died at the Battle of Little Bighorn in Montana. Today, you can see the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Historic 48-star US flag is up for auctionhave long occupied the 'upper strata of military collectibles.' Nearly a decad
Historic 48-star US flag is up for auction
Daily Mail / Posted 26 days ago
have long occupied the 'upper strata of military collectibles.' Nearly a decade ago, flags that belonged to JEB Stuart and George Armstrong Custer fetched $956,000 and $896,000 respectively. The 48-star US flag is set to go on auction Jun 12 in... Read more
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The Charleston State Journal
GOP leadership begins to resemble Little Bighornnot to be the Democrats, but rather the simple economic realities that came rid
GOP leadership begins to resemble Little Bighorn
The Charleston State Journal / Posted 29 days ago
not to be the Democrats, but rather the simple economic realities that came riding down on them from all sides. Like Gen. George Armstrong Custer at Little Bighorn, Republicans looked very good on paper, but the actual fighting tells a different... Read more
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The Monroe Evening News
Nancy Jones dedicates part of her home to family's legacy of military serviceago and kept adding family military photographs and other pieces, such as a cer
Nancy Jones dedicates part of her home to family's legacy of military service
The Monroe Evening News / Posted 30 days ago
ago and kept adding family military photographs and other pieces, such as a ceremonial sword presented to Mr. Jones by Gen. George Armstrong Custer reenactor Steve Alexander. “We started adding photos and kept going,” she said. “We just kept adding... Read more

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