And after that he was killed, with General Custer
and all the rest, by the Indians.
It was in this year that General Custer
was killed by the Sioux; that the flimsy iron railway bridge fell at Ashtabula; that the "Molly Maguires" terrorized Pennsylvania; that the first wire of the Brooklyn Bridge was strung; and that Boss Tweed and Hell Gate were both put out of the way in New York.
Through the passage of time, Custer
's last fight has come to overshadow the rest of his military career, which had its brilliant beginning in the American Civil War.
, Libbie Custer
and Their Dogs: A Passion for Hounds, from the Civil War to Little Bighorn
Representatives of one of the five companies already committed to mining frac sand in and around the community of Fay, Okla., told Custer
County, Okla., commissioners that their firm plans to be in the area where Dewey, Blaine and Custer
counties come together for 35 years, so they'll be good stewards of the land and its resources, including underground water, according to the Clinton Daily News.
of restaurant Sup Dogs was busy doing her job on Saturday, Oct.
ENTREPRENEURIAL brothers Kris and Karl Douthwaite have designs on success with the launch of their new printing and embroidery business Custer
George Armstrong Custer
appointed Granger as one of his aides, a position Granger would hold until his death in August 1864.
Thieves' Road: The Black Hills Betrayal and Custer
's Path to Little Bighorn provides a narrative about Custer
's 1874 expedition into South Dakota and considers how this early expedition set the stage for the Bighorn disaster that took place two years later.
Two of Michigan's military installations--Camp Custer
near Battle Creek and Selfridge Airfield north of Detroit--were created specifically for the purpose of supporting America's entry into World War I.
In 1876 General George Armstrong Custer
was commissioned to lead the 7th Cavarly in an expedition against the Plains Indians, culminating in The Battle of Little Bighorn.