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Thomas H. French, Captain, 7th Cavalry By Ethan Harris
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Without a doubt, John M. Carroll was one of the finest historians to have ever written in the 7th Cavalry and Little Bighorn genre. However, many of his works were only made available in limited... More > editions and often available on from the author himself. I hope this present volume honors and extends his scholarship to another generation of investigators. The court martial of Captain Thomas H. French is of particular interest since it reflects on the character of the Army officer responsible for arguably providing the sole supporting fire during the withdrawal of Major Reno’s forces from the valley fight at the onset of the Battle of the Little Bighorn.< Less
Custer's Lost Officer; the Search for Lieutenant Henry Moore Harrington, 7th U.S. Cavalry By By Walt Cross, Foreword by Col. John Harrington
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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... More > 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. Gregory J. Urwin, Temple University. Foreword by Colonel John B. Harrington.< 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
Tracking the 101st Cavalry By Melaney Moisan
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The 101st Cavalry was a New York National Guard unit that spent the final months of World War II doing reconnaissance for the U.S. 7th Army. They crossed the Saar River in March, and were closing in... More > on Innsbruck, Austria, when the war ended. Attached at various times to, among others, the 4th Infantry Division, the 63rd Infantry Division, the 12th Armored Division, and the 101st Airborne, the 101st Cavalry found a series of concentration camps in the woods near Landsberg and liberated Oflag VIIA, a prisoner of war camp for Polish officers near Murnau. When Melaney Welch Moisan set out in 2004 to find out what her father had done in World War II, she discovered that many other men in the 101st had stories of their own to tell. This book is the story of her journey to connect with her father’s past. It is also the story the men who served in the 101st Cavalry, and others whose lives they touched during those few months of the war. More than 100 photos and 17 maps.< Less
Tracking the 101st Cavalry By Melaney Moisan
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The 101st Cavalry was a New York National Guard unit that spent the final months of World War II doing reconnaissance for the U.S. 7th Army. They crossed the Saar River in March, and were closing in... More > on Innsbruck, Austria, when the war ended. Attached at various times to, among others, the 4th Infantry Division, the 63rd Infantry Division, the 12th Armored Division, and the 101st Airborne, the 101st Cavalry found a series of concentration camps in the woods near Landsberg and liberated Oflag VIIA, a prisoner of war camp for Polish officers near Murnau. When Melaney Welch Moisan set out in 2004 to find out what her father had done in World War II, she discovered that many other men in the 101st had stories of their own to tell. This book is the story of her journey to connect with her father’s past. It is also the story the men who served in the 101st Cavalry, and others whose lives they touched during those few months of the war. More than 100 photos and 17 maps.< Less
Custer's Lost Officer: The Search for Lieutenant Henry Moore Harrington, 7th US Calvalry By Walt Cross
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NEW 135TH ANNIVERSARY COVER. For one hundred and thirty years no one has known what became of Lieutenant Henry Harrington of the 7th U.S. Cavalry, until now. For one hundred and thirty years no one... More > has known who the soldier is the Sioux called "The bravest man..." until now."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 in finding Harrington's remains, you solved a major Little Bighorn mystery..." Dr. Gregory Urwin, Temple University.< Less
Custer's Lost Officer; Bravest Man Cover 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". Unable to accept his loss, Henry's wife Grace roamed the Old West searching for him for three years. Henry's actions at the "Battle of the Little Big Horn" contributed to the legend of his commander, George Armstrong Custer.< 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
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. Also published as "Soldier Views of Custer's Little Big Horn Fight, Thompson and White's 1876 Narrative".< Less
A Strange Look at Custer By Jack Strange & Walt Cross
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A history-in-drawings book by American Illustrator Jack Strange. The book contains more than 340 pen and ink, black and white drawings of Custer, officers and men of the 7th U.S. Cavalry, Indian... More > chiefs, warriors, and scouts, as well as friends, foes, and contemporaries of the famous American soldier. In addition, the book features a personal look at Custer and his times. Narration by historian Walt Cross and the artist. 365 pages.< Less