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Mrs. Elizabeth Bacon Custer in Mourning Clothes and Veil

Mrs. Elizabeth Bacon Custer in Mourning Clothes and Veil

Dewey Beard Last Known Survivor Of Little Bighorn And Wounded Knee Oglala Lakota

Dewey Beard Last Known Survivor Of Little Bighorn And Wounded Knee Oglala Lakota

Henry Moore Harrington, 2nd Lieut.

Henry Moore Harrington, 2nd Lieut.

Sitting Bull - my personal favorite "Tribal Chieftain". He didn't ask for The Battle of the Little Big Horn. It was a battle he was forced to order his warriors to fight. It ultimately cost him and his tribe DEARLY.

Sitting Bull - my personal favorite "Tribal Chieftain". He didn't ask for The Battle of the Little Big Horn. It was a battle he was forced to order his warriors to fight. It ultimately cost him and his tribe DEARLY.

Four of Custer's scouts at site of Custer's death.   L to R (?): Goes Ahead, Harry Moccasin, Curley, and White-Man-Runs-Him. The above (colorized) photo has been attributed to various photographers and has been dated as 1890, 1906, and 1913. - Credit: wyomingtalesandtrails.com - (Photoshoped copy)

Four of Custer's scouts at site of Custer's death. L to R (?): Goes Ahead, Harry Moccasin, Curley, and White-Man-Runs-Him. The above (colorized) photo has been attributed to various photographers and has been dated as 1890, 1906, and 1913. - Credit: wyomingtalesandtrails.com - (Photoshoped copy)

Rare Stereoview image c. 1873 of Bloody Knife, Custer's favorite Indian Scout for his 7th Calvalry. He is posed holding his Winchester "Yellowtail" Repeating Rifle and wears a U.S. Army jacket with chevron of a corporal while he stares out into the open plain. He was with Custer at Little Big Horn campaign and told Custer there were too many Indians to fight. Bloody Knife was killed while standing beside Reno in the Battle. He was beheaded by the Sioux, who took the head back to their camp…

Rare Stereoview image c. 1873 of Bloody Knife, Custer's favorite Indian Scout for his 7th Calvalry. He is posed holding his Winchester "Yellowtail" Repeating Rifle and wears a U.S. Army jacket with chevron of a corporal while he stares out into the open plain. He was with Custer at Little Big Horn campaign and told Custer there were too many Indians to fight. Bloody Knife was killed while standing beside Reno in the Battle. He was beheaded by the Sioux, who took the head back to their camp…

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