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Books and other publications on General George Armstrong
(See our U.S. MILITARY Page for more
books on General George Armstrong Custer and the Battle of Little Big Horn.)
LEGEND INTO HISTORY: THE CUSTER MYSTERY
An Analytical Study of the Battle of the Little Big Horn.
By Charles Kuhlman, Ph.D. The Stackpole Company: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1951, first
edition. The Telegraph Press, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. In original price-clipped dust jacket, near fine condition; in
original brown cloth binding with gold print on front cover and spine in fine
condition; interior pages in near fine condition; map in back pocket in fine
condition. 250 pages with maps and illustrations.
THE BLACK MILITARY EXPERIENCE IN THE
Edited by John M. Carroll.
Liveright, publisher: New York, 1971, first edition.
Original brown cloth binding; 591 pages; profusely
illustrated; illustrated endpapers. Original dust jacket, not
price-clipped. Book in near fine condition; tight binding; clean and
bright pages; a touch of scuffing to front cover. Dust jacket is bright
"The taming of the American West has stirred the
imagination of people throughout the world. Hollywood, movies, books,
magazine articles, and radio and television serials gave served to perpetuate
the myths and realities of this great historical era."
"But only in the last few years has history begun to
recognize that many settlers and cowboys were black. Now, with the
publication of this book, one more truth is brought to light: the very important
role of the black man in the military and paramilitary of the West."
CACHE la POUDRE: The Romance of a Tenderfoot
in the Days of Custer
By Herbert Myrick
Illustrated from Paintings by Charles Schreyvogel, Edward W.
Demining and Genry Fangel, also by many photographs and numerous human documents.
New York and Chicago: Orange Judd Company, 1905. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., Ltd.
Original illustrated cloth binding; 202 pages. Condition: very good
THE STORY OF THE LITTLE BIG HORN: Custer's
Last Fight, by Lieut. Col. W.A. Graham.
The Century Company: New York and London; 1926; first
edition; 174 pages. No dust jacket. Book is in very good plus to
near fine condition: binding shows little wear; pages are clean and bright;
spine is tight and strong with only a lightly noticeable bit of wear.
Illustrated with 23 plates and 2 foldout maps. Price:
Set of 6 GENERAL GEORGE ARMSTRONG CUSTER pamphlets
By Thomas B. Marquis
STORY OF THE CUSTER
: A Clashing of Red and Blue; 1933; original yellow wrappers; 8 pages;
ex-library; near fine.
SHE WATCHED CUSTER’S LAST
BATTLE: Her Story, Interpreted in 1927; original yellow wrappers; 1933; 8 pages;
TWO DAYS AFTER THE CUSTER
BATTLE: A Clashing of Red and Blue as Viewed by a Gibbon Soldier; original blue
wrappers; 1933 (1935); 8 pages; fine condition.
WHICH INDIAN KILLED CUSTER? CUSTER
SOLDIERS NOT BURIED; original orange wrappers; 1933, 10 pages; fine condition.
RAIN-IN-THE-FACE: Curly, The Crow; original orange wrappers; 1934; 8
pages; fine condition.
BULL: Gall, The Warrior; original blue wrappers; 1934; 8 pages; fine
condition. Distributed by Cactus
Set of six pamphlets.
CUSTER SEMI-CENTENNIAL COMMEMORATION, 1876 – June 25 – 26 – 1926
Official Report to the National Custer
Memorial Association. And “The
Burial of the Hatchet,” by M.E. Hawkins. Printed
for the Members of the National Custer Memorial Association: The
Printing and Stationery Company,
Wyoming, 1926. Original illustrated
brown-printed wrappers; 19 pages; illustrated.
FIELD DIARY OF GENERAL ALFRED H. TERRY: The
Expedition – 1876
Capt. Michael J. Koury, introduction. The Old Army Press:
Nebraska. No date; no printer.
Original black printed, illustrated white wrappers; 32 pages. Near fine condition (mark on front cover).
IN THE WEST – THE INDIAN CAMPAIGNS
By Don Rickey
Published by Custer Battlefield Historical
and Museum Association:
, 1956. Printed by Western Litho
Montana. Original blue-printed illustrated
wrappers; 37 pages; illustrated. Near fine condition. Price: $30.00
CASEBOOK OF THE CUSTER
BATTLE: Kick the Dead Lion
By Charles G. Du Bois
Revised and Enlarged Edition.
Printed by The Reporter Printing & Supply Co.:
Montana, 1961. Original illustrated
red wrappers; 77 pages; illustrated. Good plus condition; ex-library.
By Charles Kuhlman
Introduction by Michael J. Koury.
Original illustrated printed yellow wrappers; 26 pages; illustrations.
The Old Army Press:
Colorado, 1972. Fine condition. Price: $35.00