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A thorough, fascinating narrative of the activities of the participants following Custer's defeat at Little Big Horn. The volume begins with the rescue of Reno's command and covers the day to day events of the several columns and their personalities through the following two months.
This is the sequel to Willert's highly regarded "Little Big Horn Diary", which covers the period from May 17-June 26. "March of the Columns" begins on June 27, 1876 and concludes with the arrival of Crook's worn-out Wyoming Column in the Black Hills, September 13-16, 1876. The narrative covers the "Sibley Scout", the 5th Cavalry at War Bonnet Creek, Slim Buttes Battle plus so much more!! The Indian's movements during this summer are also chronicled.
The Custer Battle is recounted again and again as the survivors compare their exciting adventures at the nightly camp sites. Over 600 pages, profusely illst, maps, biblio, notes, index. Over 277,00 words. A MASSIVE WORK!! PUBLISH! ED IN AN EDITION OF 700 COPIES. VOLUME 4 CUSTER TRAILS SERIES. "Together, Jim Willert's two volumes...are an indispensable work to any serious student of the Sioux Campaign of 1876" Robert Utley. El Segundo 1994. $85.00
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Book Description Upton & Sons, 1994. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110912783230
Book Description Upton and Sons. Condition: New. Overweight Hardcover no DJ. NEW in shrinkwrap. Stored in sealed plastic protection. No pricing stickers. No remainder mark. No price clip. No previous owner's markings. In the event of a problem we guarantee full refund. 1994. Overweight Hardcover no DJ. Seller Inventory # 310638