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The 203rd Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion with Original Cover By Walt Cross
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This is the same history of the 203rd as above except with the original bookcover with some modifications.
Out West with Custer and Crook By Walt Cross
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This is the life story of Colonel Verling K. Hart, a Civil War veteran of the U.S. 19th Infantry who later served with General George Armstrong Custer in the 7th U.S. Cavalry and with the 5th U.S.... More > Cavalry under General George R. Crook. Verling served with Custer and alongside of Lieutenant Henry Moore Harrington in Company C, 7th Cavalry during the 1873 Yellowstone Campaign and in the Black Hills Expedition of 1874. Missing the fight at the Little Big Horn by only a few months, Verling was assigned to the 5th Cavalry. He served under the command of General Crook marching, fighting, and building forts until his death in the line of duty. After Verling's death his widow, Juliet, inherited the town of Buffalo, Wyoming, but she would have to fight for her rights. Although this book stands alone, it also completes Walt Cross' trilogy of the Old West comprised of "Custer's Lost Officer", "From Little Big Horn to the Potomac" and this latest addition.< Less
Fastest Gun in the Big Red One By Walt Cross
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The unit history of the 1st Battalion, 7th U.S. Artillery of the 1st Infantry Division (Big Red One) in Vietnam 1965 -1970. Written by a former member of Battery A, 1/7th Artillery. Features an... More > account of "Enemy Helicopters" the term used in official records of the Vietnam War instead of the word "UFO". 165 pages, illustrated and footnoted.< Less
Fastest Gun in the Big Red One By Walt Cross
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The unit history of the 1st Battalion, 7th U.S. Artillery of the 1st Infantry Division (Big Red One) in Vietnam 1965 -1970. Written by a former member of Battery A, 1/7th Artillery. Features an... More > account of "Enemy Helicopters" the term used in official records of the Vietnam War instead of the word "UFO". 165 pages, illustrated and footnoted.< Less
Cross Family Migration By Walt Cross
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This is the history of the Cross Family beginning in the late sixteenth century near the town of Doncaster in Yorkshire, England. It follows the migration of the family to seventeenth century... More > America and its spread across the continent over the last 300 plus years. Narrative history and family group information.< Less
Tank Busters 3: Unit History of the 628th Tank Destroyer Battalion in World War II By Walt Cross
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Tank Busters 3, the History of the 628th Tank Destroyer Battalion. This independent tank destroyer battalion served with the 5th Armored Division, the 3rd Armored Division, and the 82nd Airborne... More > Division in World War II Europe. Although edited for clarity, the historical narrative reflects the original booklet issued to men of the 811th TD Battalion at the end of the war. Edited and illustrated by historian Walt Cross a combat veteran of the 7th U.S. Artillery. 212 pages. This book is about real soldiers, real battles, real history.< Less
From Little Big Horn to the Potomac: The Story of Army Surgeion: Dr. Robert Wilson Shufeldt By Walt Cross
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This is the unusual life story of Army surgeon Robert W. Shufeldt. After his service as a teenaged Navy officer during the Civil War, Robert became an Army surgeon, much to the chagrin of his... More > admiral father. His first permanent assignment was as post surgeon at Fort Laramie, Wyoming. Robert's June 1877 visit to the grisly scene of Custer's defeat lasted for weeks. Robert recovered the remains of a 7th Cavalry soldier. It was obvious this man had initially escaped the Sioux and Cheyenne warriors and nearly won his life and freedom. His body was shot full of arrows, but not mutilated like so many of Custer's men at the Little Big Horn. Robert's actions at the Little Big Horn, removing the remains of this soldier and collecting the arrows embedded in him, created a mystery that became a part of the legend and was not solved for 130 years!< Less
Thompson and White's Little Big Horn Narratives of 1876 By Walt Cross
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This first of its kind book combines the accounts of two enlisted men who participated in the Sioux campaign of 1876. Presented is Peter Thompson's account of the Battle of the Little Big Horn and... More > William White's narrative of the march of General Terry's column in support of Custer and the 7th Cavalry. Few soldier accounts have been written and this book combines two of them in a unique look at the death of Custer and his battalion on the banks of the Little Big Horn. Written in an easy to read format.< Less
Tank Busters : The 607Th Tank Destroyer Battalion By Walt Cross
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This is the story of the 607th Tank Destroyer Battalion's fight across Europe. An independent battalion, it was attached to the 95th, 90th and 87th Infantry Divisions during World War II. The... More > battalion's history is one of courage, determination, and dedication to the cause of freedom and democracy. Illustrated, large print for easy reading softcover, 225 pages.< Less
Custer's Lost Officer: The Search For Lieutenant Henry Moore Harrington, 7th U.S. Cavalry By Walt Cross
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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... More > 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. Gregory J. Urwin, Temple University. Foreword by Colonel John B. Harrington.< Less