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Text:"...56 GEORGEARMSTRONGCUSTER about her. He now learned, to his gratification, that her father had withdrawn all objections, and the engagement of the Judges daughter and Brigadier General Custer was..."
Date:Between 1839 and 1917
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...78 GEORGEARMSTRONGCUSTER Robert E. Lees son Custis was captured, also General Ewell. Custer was in the lead at Appomattox Court House on the morning of April 9, 1865, with Sheridans forces across..."
Date:Between 1839 and 1917
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... biographer here. There is a message." - New York World. Illustrated. $.50 NEW VOLUMES GEORGEARMSTRONGCUSTER By F. S. Dillenbaugh JOHN PAUL JONES By L. Frank Tooker GEORGE WASHINGTON By W. H. Rideing U. S..."
Date:Between 1839 and 1917
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...V. 76 GEORGEARMSTRONGCUSTER The end of the Confederacy was now in sight. Petersburg was then taken from Lee by the Federal generals, Wright and Parke-, in a determined assault. This caused Lee..."
Date:Between 1839 and 1917
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...136 GEORGEARMSTRONGCUSTER a large party under Satanta and Lone Wolf were about a mile ahead with a captive scout, his companion, who was held as a prisoner. Going out to meet the flag, Custer..."
Date:Between 1839 and 1917
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Text:"...28 GEORGEARMSTRONGCUSTER General Porter, it seems, had recently tried ascending alone when the holding-rope broke, and he was being carried toward the enemys lines when he coolly pulled the valve..."
Date:Between 1839 and 1917
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Text:"...1 84 GEORGEARMSTRONGCUSTER Sioux, the Minneconjous, the Oglalas, the Sans Arcs, and the B rules, all dashed swiftly and mercilessly upon the cavalry at bay, in an overwhelming charge from three..."
Date:Between 1839 and 1917
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Text:"...138 GEORGEARMSTRONGCUSTER ing. Custer then proposed to Sheridan that with forty men, two officers, and a doctor, and with Yellow Bear, the Arapaho, and Little Robe, the Cheyenne, he would strike..."
Date:Between 1839 and 1917
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...GeorgeArmstrongCuster Taken by Brady just after Lees surrender. This was Custers favorite portrait. He is in undress uniform. Tiie wide hat was captured from a Confederate, and the blue flannel..."
Date:Between 1839 and 1917
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Text:"...98 GEORGEARMSTRONGCUSTER men do when they go to war; they resorted to all kinds of murder and treachery in order to carry their point. The white men excused themselves on the plea that war..."
Date:Between 1839 and 1917
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Text:"...26 GEORGEARMSTRONGCUSTER flaming bridge. The enemy, safe on the other side, sent some shots back which were returned. Only one of Custers men was hit and he was but slightly injured on the head..."
Date:Between 1839 and 1917
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...8 GEORGEARMSTRONGCUSTER some comic title of this character. Though he was called Fanny/ there was nothing feminine about him unless it was the delicacy of his tastes and sentiments, but as he..."
Date:Between 1839 and 1917
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Text:"...1 6 GEORGEARMSTRONGCUSTER I earnestly desired to be ordered to at once join my company, as I was anxious to see active service. ^*A very commendable resolution, young man, was Scotts comment. He..."
Date:Between 1839 and 1917
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Text:"...1 86 GEORGEARMSTRONGCUSTER Custer. The total losses of the whites in the entire battle were two hundred and sixty-four killed and fifty-two wounded. The battlefield has been made a National..."
Date:Between 1839 and 1917
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Text:"...154 GEORGEARMSTRONGCUSTER The Indians tried to start a fire in the grass. It would not burn. They tried to sneak in behind, under cover of the river bank, but this move was discovered and foiled..."
Date:Between 1839 and 1917
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Text:"...90 GEORGEARMSTRONGCUSTER advantage than the red men could. At least the red men were in the way of the white men, and the latter thought that sufficient reason for destroying them. They wanted..."
Date:Between 1839 and 1917
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...48 GEORGEARMSTRONGCUSTER his efficient scout system. Gregg accepted Custers view and told him to remain where he was. The cavalry opposed to him at this time, on Lees extreme left..."
Date:Between 1839 and 1917
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...I30 GEORGEARMSTRONGCUSTER half. A middle-aged woman asked to speak to him, and the request being granted she deKvered an address, translated by the interpreter, which for wisdom of sentiment..."
Date:Between 1839 and 1917
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Text:"...50 GEORGEARMSTRONGCUSTER of many. The command was orderly, well disciplined, and well handled. The boy general had already dispelled the doubts of some at the wisdom of appointing so young a man..."
Date:Between 1839 and 1917
Publication place:New York, USA