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OUR VIEW: Feelings of 1876 hard to overcome

June 25, 2012 in The Daily Republic

It’s been 136 years since Lt. Col. George Custer was killed by American Indians on the Little Bighorn River in southern Montana. When it comes to American Indian and white relations, how much has changed since June 25, 1876? Continue Reading

GIAGO: American Indians celebrate victory over Custer toay

June 25, 2012 in The Daily Republic

Custer met his demise on June 25, 1876, two years after he discovered gold in the Black Hills, a discovery that precipitated the deadly battles to follow and led to the eventual theft of the He’ Sapa (Black Hills) by the United States government.
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Custer’s death still a mystery after 135 years

June 26, 2011 in DL-Online

Saturday marked the 135 anniversary of the Battle of the Little Big Horn near present day Garryowen, Mont., and even after all of this time, the death of Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer remains a mystery. Continue Reading

Custer’s death still a mystery after 135 years

June 25, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

Battle of Little Big Horn took place in MontanaSaturday marked the 135 anniversary of the Battle of the Little Big Horn near present day Garryowen, Mont., and even after all of this time, the death of Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer remains a mystery Continue Reading