Paperback, First Edition, 253 pages. For one hundred and thirty years no one has known what became of Lieutenant Henry Moore Harrington, 7th U.S. Cavalry, until now. For one hundred and thirty years no one has known who the soldier was the Sioux called "The bravest man..." until now. This is the true story of the dashing young cavalryman who became, "Custer's Lost Officer".
Praise for "Custer's Lost Officer": "Astounding scholarship!" Dr. Stephen Bennett, Department of Political Science, University of Southern Indiana.
"Your work displays a depth of research and thought for which you should be proud." Thomas Harrington, former Captain, 134th Aviation Company (Air Cavalry) Vietnam.
"Congratulations...It's a major accomplishment" Dr. P. Willey, Department of Anthropology, California State University at Chico.
"Through your persistent and skillful detective work...you solved a major Little Bighorn Mystery." Dr.... More > Gregory J. Urwin, Temple University.
Foreword by Colonel John B. Harrington.< Less