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Thompson's Narrative of the Little Big Horn By Peter Thompson Annotated by Walt Cross
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Private Peter Thompson's eyewitness account of Custer's battle at the Little Big Horn has been published before. This printing of his account is annotated by Walt Cross, author of "Custer's Lost... More > Officer; the Search for Lieutenant Henry Moore Harrington, 7th U.S. Cavalry". Cross' analysis of Thompson's controversial narrative with comments at the end of each chapter, allows the reader to ponder Thompson's account without intrusive comment. As a combat veteran Cross brings a fresh look at a soldier's account of the Little Big Horn campaign. "Wonderful Stuff!...an important contribution to the literature of Custeriana." Dr. Stephen Bennett, Department of Political Science, University of Southern Indiana. "You have done a credible job of rehabilitating the reputation of Peter Thompson." Paul (Tanks) James Military Modeler/Historian United Kingdom. < Less
From Little Big Horn to the Potomac 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! 314 pages< Less
Thompson's Narrative of the Little Big Horn By Peter Thompson, Walt Cross
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Private Peter Thompson's eyewitness account of Custer's battle at the Little Big Horn has been published before. This printing of his account is annotated by Walt Cross, author of "Custer's... More > Lost Officer; the Search for Lieutenant Henry Moore Harrington, 7th U.S. Cavalry". Cross' analysis of Thompson's controversial narrative with comments at the end of each chapter, allows the reader to ponder Thompson's account without intrusive comment. As a combat veteran Cross brings a fresh look at a soldier's account of the Little Big Horn campaign."Wonderful Stuff!...an important contribution to the literature of Custeriana." Dr. Stephen Bennett, Department of Political Science, University of Southern Indiana."You have done a credible job of rehabilitating the reputation of Peter Thompson." Paul (Tanks) James Military Modeler/Historian United Kingdom.< Less
Thompson's Narrative of the Little Big Horn By Peter Thompson, Annotated by Walt Cross
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Private Peter Thompson's eyewitness account of Custer's battle at the Little Big Horn has been published before. This printing of his account is annotated by Walt Cross, author of "Custer's... More > Lost Officer; the Search for Lieutenant Henry Moore Harrington, 7th U.S. Cavalry". Cross' analysis of Thompson's controversial narrative with comments at the end of each chapter, allows the reader to ponder Thompson's account without intrusive comment. As a combat veteran Cross brings a fresh look at a soldier's account of the Little Big Horn campaign."Wonderful Stuff!...an important contribution to the literature of Custeriana." Dr. Stephen Bennett, Department of Political Science, University of Southern Indiana."You have done a credible job of rehabilitating the reputation of Peter Thompson." Paul (Tanks) James Military Modeler/Historian United Kingdom.< Less
From Little Big Horn to the Potomac 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! 314 pages.< 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
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
Soldier Views of Custer's Little Big Horn Fight 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. 271 pages. Originally published as "Thompson and White's Little Big Horn Narratives of 1876".< Less
Soldier Views of Custer's Little Big Horn Fight 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. 271 pages. Originally published as "Thompson and White's Little Big Horn Narratives of 1876".< 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