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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 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 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
1754 A Sailor Comes to Virginia By Walt Cross
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A history and genealogical profile of Thomas Moss, a British sailor who came to America in 1754 and joining the Virginia Regiment of Militia, and served under a colonel named George Washington in the... More > French and Indian War. Sitting out the American Revolution, he served again on the American side of the War of 1812.< Less
Flash - Bang the Unit History of the 285th Field Artillery (Observation) Battalion By Walt Cross
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The WWII and post WWII unit history of the 285th Field Artillery (Observation) Battalion. From the Malmedy Massacre to assignment to the XVIII Airborne Corps in 1955.
Flash - Bang the Unit History of the 285th Field Artillery (Observation) Battalion By Walt Cross
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Many Malmedy massacre books exist. This is the first book to tell the unit history of the 285th Field Artillery (Observation) Battalion. Its service in WWII and eventual activation a second time in... More > January of 1955 to serve as a part of the famous XVIIIth Airborne Corps.< Less