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Sub-title: Early Rare Accounts and Publications by Early Writers That Form the Basis for Much of the Current Books and Programs of Today. Contains nine often hard-to-find early articles about the Custer fight: "Major Reno Vindicated" by Col. W.A. Graham; Gen. E.S. Godfrey's 1908 account; Hamlin Garland's account of the LBH battle by Two Moon; Charles King's "Custer's Last Battle;" Fred Dustin's 1936 answer to Godfrey and Mrs. Custer; Jacob Adams' story of the battle; Charles Kuhlman "General George A. Custer: "A Lost Trail and the Gall Saga;" and two article by Col. John Gibbon, his account of the 1876 campaign, and his "Hunting Sitting Bull;" and finally, James B. Fry's "Comments by General Fry on the Custer Battle."
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Book Description Upton & Sons, El Segundo, California, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Collector's Edition. Specially bound edition of Custer Catastrophe at the Little Big Horn, 1876 that has been produced in an edition of fifty copies of which this is number 24. Signed by the compiler, Richard Upton, on the page before the half title page; not personalized to anyone. Volume itself has crimson cloth covers with gold lettering on the spine and front cover. Dust jacket is protected in an archival quality Brodart cover. Clean, fresh, tight and bright. One of just 50 copies. A very nice highly collectible work. Signed By the Author. Seller Inventory # 0004274