A Sad and Terrible Blunder; General Terry and Custer at the Little Big Horn; New Discoveries
1990·Vienna, Virginia; (1992)
by Darling, Roger
Vienna, Virginia; (1992): Potomac-Western Press, 1990. First Edition. Quarto. 2nd printing. 292p. Index, bibliography, photographs, maps. The author has written extensively on Custer. While much had been written on General Alfred Howe Terry's life in the Civil War, his role in the West and especially at the Little Big Horn has been scant. Custer's failure to follow his well-drawn out plan are shown here in great detail. With 18 specially drawn maps and 47 photographs, this is a significant contribution to the events surrounding Little Big Horn. A very nice copy bound in light blue cloth lettered and ruled in gilt, spine lettering gilt.
(Inventory #: 018922)
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