The Godfrey Diary of the Battle of the Little Bighorn: (Expanded, Annotated) | Artifacts of the Battle of Little Big Horn | The Strategy of Defeat at the Little Big Horn | A Terrible Glory | Custer in '76 | Archaeological Perspectives on the Battle of Little Bighorn | Archaeology, History, and Custer's Last Battle
Dead men tell no tales, and the soldiers who rode and died with George Armstrong Custer at the Battle of the Little Bighorn have been silent statistics for more than a hundred years. By blending historical sources, archaeological evidence, and painstaking analysis of the skeletal remains, Douglas D. Scott, P. Willey, and Melissa A. Connor reconstruct biographies of many of the individual soldiers, identifying age, height, possible race, state of health, and the specific way each died. They also link reactions to the battle over the years to shifts in American views regarding the appropriate treatment of the dead.
About: Relying on historical sources, archaeological evidence, skeletal remains, and many illustrations, the authors investigate the lives of the cavalrymen who rode and died with General Custer and examine past and present views about how to memorialize their deaths.
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