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Custer's Fall: The Native American Side of the Story

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In 1935, David Miller began to gather the stories of 72 elderly Native American participants in the Battle of the Little Bighorn. This work is the ... Show synopsis

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Senile Old Man

The Definitive work

by Senile Old Man on Apr 15, 2010

Miller has written the definitive work not only of the Battle of the Little Big Horn but the consequences upon the Souix and Cheyenne nations. In his easy to read narrative style the author allows over seventy Native Americans to tell their stories and then integrates these voices in such a manner ... More

FrankJ

A Worthwhile Read

by FrankJ on Apr 4, 2008

This is a really good book. It is different from any other Little Big Horn story because this is the Indian's version. But, actually, all accounts of Custer's battle would have had to of been told by the Indians. They were the only ones left to tell the tale. The main difference here compared to similar ... More

Lenadjutor

Custers (Non) Last Stand

by Lenadjutor on Jul 5, 2007

Anyone who has only ever heard the white man's account on what (they supposed )happened on that fateful day at the Little Big Horn will really enjoy this book. In modern times, the Custer National Park battle site has been extensively investigated archaeologically & findings often back-up the Indian ... More

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