Fresh Interpretation of Custer's Last Stand by ProQuest

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In A Terrible Glory, Donovan combines archeological records and historical research, including a plethora of primary sources, trial transcripts, letters and interviews, to give the reader the most comprehensive account of the events surrounding Custer's final battle. Because no white man emerged alive and "the accounts of those who witnessed its movements-the Sioux and Cheyenne who defeated Custer-are sketchy and often contradictory," Donovan cross-checked multiple sources and current forensic accounts to determine the events surrounding Custer's final hours.

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