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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Graham, W. A. (William Alexander), 1875-1954.
Harrisburg, Pa., Stackpole Co. 
|Named Person:||George A Custer; George A Custer|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
W A Graham; Fred Dustin
|Description:||413 p. : ill., ports., maps, facsims. ; 27 cm.|
|Contents:||Indian accounts : A word to the wise ; "Coming events cast their shadows before" ; The Crows ; The Arikara ; The Sioux ; The Cheyennes ; The Arapahoes ; General Hugh L. Scott discuss the Sioux War ; Philo Clark's 1877 battlefield survey --
Godfrey, Benteen and Edgerly : General Edward S. Godfrey and my relations with him ; General Godfrey's narrative ; Comments by General J.B. Frey on Godfrey's narrative ; Frederick William Benteen, Brevet Brigadier General ; General Winfield Scott Edgerly and my relations with him --
Miscellaneous : Covering a wide field : Rosser vs. Reno ; Dead men do tell tables ; Three versions of the Custer battle ; Lieutenant Charles Dredi's letter ; The statements of Scout Herrington ; Mr. Golden discredited himself ; The Mary Adams affidavit ; The signers of the enlisted men's petition to promote Reno and Benteen ; "Come on! Be quick! Bring packs!" ; My debate with Captain Carter --
Triple play : Whittaker to Benteen to Price and back ; The "evidence" against Reno --
A boast, a graphic letter and a grumble ; Uniforms, equipment and ammunition ; Why Helena instead of Baseman scooped the news in 1876 ; Five tales with the real Hollywood touch --
Fred Dustin describes the burials and re-burials of Custer's dead : Presenting a master of research ; Some aftermath of the Little Big Horn fight ; Dustin describes the re-burials ; Colonel Sheridan's report ; Trumpeter Milford's description of the battlefield in 1877 --
The Dustin bibliography : Bibliography additional to that in "The Custer Tragedy."
|Responsibility:||written and compiled by Colonel W.A. Graham ; to which is added important items of Custeriana and a complete and comprehensive bibliography by Fred Dustin.|