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Ружьё скаута генерала Кастера - White Man Runs Him, Кроу. ЛБХ.

"Rifle owned by White Man Runs Him, General George A. Custer’s scout at the Battle of Little Big Horn. It is hand decorated with Native American symbols and is 47 inches long.

Little Big Man was  at  Battle of Little Bighorn  , was an armed engagement between combined forces of Lakota, Northern Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes, against the 7th Cavalry Regiment of the United States Army. on June 25 and 26, 1876  Crazy Horse and Chief Gall,Sitting Bull (Tȟatȟáŋka Íyotake)Custer was killed, as were two of his brothers, a nephew, and a brother-in-law.

Little Big Man was at Battle of Little Bighorn , was an armed engagement between combined forces of Lakota, Northern Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes, against the Cavalry Regiment of the United States Army. on June 25 and 1876 Crazy Horse and Chief

It was actually Libbie who made me pin her. Photo of George Custer with his Wife and Cook. Libbie is in riding gear. Cool lady. Deserves more volumes than her silly hubby.

George Armstrong Custer, his wife Libbie and their cook Eliza Brown. Was Custer a racist and slave owner? Photo by Mathew Brady.

General George Custer & Wife. It was taken between 1860 and 1865.    The image shows United States.

General George Armstrong Custer and his wife Elizabeth Bacon Custer. After his death, she became an outspoken advocate for her husband's legacy through her popular books and lectures.

Old West Photos in HD

Old West Photos in HD

US Army horse "Comanche". Comanche is remembered as the only US Army survivor at the Battle of Little Bighorn, better known as Custer's Last Stand.

Several Wagon Trains before they split off

35+ Unfiltered Photos of Life In The Real Wild West

Illingworth 1874 Photo of Gen. George A. Custer Crossing the Dakota Territory

Custeriana! - Custer and the Little Bighorn

Custer's Last Stand Contemporary Lithograph Of General George Custer Stock Photo, Royalty Free Image: 47710149 - Alamy

June 25, 1876: Battle of the Little Bighorn and death of Lt. Colonel George Armstrong Custer.  photo: Custer Expedition, 1874: Bloody Knife (guide), General Custer, Private Noonen, and Colonel Ludlow, with grizzly killed by Custer; near Custer Peak (South Dakota); NYHS image #79125d.

Pictured from left to right are Bloody Knife, George Armstrong Custer, Private John Noonan, and Captain William Ludlow posing after killing their first grizzly during the Black Hills Expedition of 1874

General George Armstrong Custer was killed, along with 264 of his men, by Sioux Warriors, led by Chiefs Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull, on June 25th, 1876, in an action known today as The Battle of Little Big Horn.

"Major General George Armstrong Custer, officer of the Federal Army" circa Wet plate glass negative, studio of Mathew Brady.

George Armstrong Custer poses with his Indian scouts during the Black Hills expedition of 1874. The man pointing to the map was named "Bloody Knife," a member of the Cree tribe. Photograph by William Illingworth.    (Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument [4321])

George Armstrong Custer poses with his Indian scouts during the Black Hills expedition of The man pointing to the map was named "Bloody Knife," a member of the Cree tribe. Photograph by William Illingworth. (Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument

Elizabeth "Libby" Bacon Custer, one devoted wife

Elizabeth "Libby" Bacon Custer (April 1842 - April was the wife of General George Armstrong Custer.She met her future husband in 1862 in the midst of the American Civil War.

A Young George Armstrong Custer in his West Point uniform.

1859 - George Armstrong Custer while he was a cadet at the US military academy at West Point

Little Big Horn National Battlefield, Montana Someday I'll have to go here and see this. General Custer was my 2nd cousin, 6 times removed.

Little Big Horn National Battlefield, Montana Someday I'll have to go here and see this. General Custer was my cousin, 6 times removed.

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