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She had access to primary sources, as well, which gave historical accuracy to her account.
Anyway, reading this book will chill anyone who can identify with the losing side, what it must really be like to stare death in the face, before actually dying.
To give a few examples of the distortions filling this history of the Little Big Horn battle.
Sandoz has given us a first hand version of the famous battle. Although written primarily from the viewpoint of the 7th Cavalry, Sandoz captures the emotion from all points of... Read morePublished on April 20, 2009 by Larry Richardson
I'm not a Custer or Army or western Americana buff, but as many others have, I have been fascinated by this episode. Read morePublished on November 9, 2003 by Kris
The previous reviewers are quite correct that this is a very short volume about the defeat of Custer at the Little Big Horn.
Mari Sandoz died shortly after writing this book. Read more