A Complete Life of General George A. Custer by P-DigitalScanning

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									A Complete Life of General George A. Custer
Author: Frederick Whittaker
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With no marked advantages of education or wealth to command his situation, Custer yet passed through
a career so brilliant that his deeds are household words, his "Last Stand" against Sioux and Cheyenne
warriors at Little Big Horn an enduring legend in American history. Truth and sincerity, honor and bravery,
tenderness and sympathy, unassuming piety and temperance were the mainspring of Major General
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