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George Armstrong Custer was an 1861 West Point graduate and a dashing officer in the United States Cavalry during the Civil War.
Edgar I. Stewart, who provided an illuminating introduction and notes, was a distinguished Western historian, perhaps best known for his incomparable account of the events leading to the Custer disaster-Custer's Luck, also published by the University of Oklahoma Press.
It's a book about the plains written by George Armstrong Custer (before the Little Big Horn). What else do you need to know.Published 9 months ago by James Bougioukos
I enjoyed reading about Custer. His reputation in real life does not compare with the book. I loved reading it. Read morePublished 11 months ago by E. A. Skala
I could hardly make out the print it was so faint. This must have been reprinted on a decrepit mimeograph machine. It was painful to even attempt to read this book. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Gerard Swain
While the author is known for the Battle at Little Big Horn,this insight is a great way to see the life as it was on the Great Plains as the average soldier saw it.. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Michael A. Mcnary
The print was too small and difficult to read. In fact I could not read it at all. I will not use it.Published on March 4, 2013 by summer
Book was delivered quickly and in perfect condition. This book is very revealing of Custer's mindset and actually quite well written considering who wrote it. Read morePublished on January 4, 2013 by AMY RANSOM
I deserve some kind of a medal for finishing this horrendously painful read. This couldn't have been anything but a huge embarrassment to the US Army and government at the time. Read morePublished on November 20, 2011 by S. Clark
I've read several books and numerous assorted articles and newspaper pieces about Gen. George Custer - with publication dates ranging from about 1890 to 2003.... Read morePublished on June 28, 2010 by 5/0
This first person account is very well written and consistently interesting.
I cannot praise Custer enough having read in his own words what his thoughts were in... Read more