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Artifacts of the Battle of Little Big Horn: Custer, the 7th Cavalry & the Lakota and Cheyenne Warriors Hardcover – August 28, 2016
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I want the reader to have a learning experience to remember. My goal is to give the reader an intimate glimpse into the past through the artifacts and their stories. I want to provide a personal, empathetic view of the relics left behind by those who have disappeared into our history. I hope the photographs and the narratives will bring to life the soldiers and Indians who were present during that unfortunate event in our history.
About the Author
Will Hutchison's first non-fiction award-winning book was Crimean Memories: Artefacts of the Crimean War. This was followed by three award-winning novels that introduced his lead character, Ian Carlyle. His writings and photographs are featured in technical and historical journals, books, and other publications, and his photography is exhibited and sold in galleries and private presentations, worldwide.
He is a retired military officer, with service in the Marine Corps and the Army, and a retired Special Agent in federal law enforcement. Will Hutchison received his Bachelor of Arts degree in philosophy from Syracuse University, and studied photography at the Corcoran College of
Art and Design, Washington, D.C. He now is devoted to writing, photography and lecturing on the American Civil War, the American Indian Wars, and the Crimean War. He lives in historic Gettysburg with his wife, Rosemary, and Shetland dog, Robbie.
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However the title of the book "Artifacts of the Battle of the Little Big Horn" is not true for all relics presented. Admittedly, Mr. Hutchison is clear about the fact much of what is shown owned by participants in the battle but were not with them for it. Those that are truly from the battle are poignant and chilling and stunning in their portrayal; Custer's map, for example, that was recovered years later.
Mr. Hutchinson has provided us with a major contribution to the study of the Little Big Horn, the 7th Cavalry, General G.A. Custer, and the Indian Tribes that fought in the battle. There are descriptions of the battle itself, the soldiers, their uniforms, weapons, horses, equipment and other artifacts on both sides of the battle. I particularly liked the descriptions of the actual participants. I would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in the battle. You will not be disappointed.