Custer: The Life of General George Armstrong Custer

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CUSTER
The Life of
General George Armstrong Custer

by JAY MONAGHAN

With illustrations

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA PRESS • LINCOLN/ LONDON

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • 1 - We May All End Under Generals' Epaulets 3
  • 2 - Fanny's Probation 16
  • 3 - West Point 28
  • 4 - Bull Run 42
  • 5 - on to Richmond--And Monroe 57
  • 6 - The Young Man I'Ve Been Looking For 80
  • 8 - Antietam 94
  • 9 - Boy Meets Girl--And Chancellorsville 107
  • 10 - Beverly Ford and a Brigadier's Star 135
  • 12 - Engaged to Be Married 149
  • 13 - Marriage 164
  • 14 - Battle of the Wilderness 181
  • 15 - The Charge on Stuart's Battery 192
  • 16 - The Shenandoah 199
  • 17 - Apotheosis 219
  • 18 - Appomattox 231
  • 19 - Texas 266
  • 21 - Not the Death of a Soldier 279
  • 22 - Court-Martial 298
  • 23 - Battle of the Washita 304
  • 24 - Wild Indians, New York Society, and a Grand Duke 321
  • 25 - Yellowstone 339
  • 26 - Black Hills and Threatening Clouds 352
  • 27 - Custer's Last Stand 369
  • 28 - A Wounded Thing Must Hide 392
  • Notes 411
  • Sources 437
  • Acknowledgments 452
  • Index 457
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