Titolo: Custer Must Die: A Story of His ...
Casa editrice: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Data di pubblicazione: 2015
Legatura: Soft cover
Condizione libro: Used
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Riassunto: The Battle of the Little Big Horn Battle has generated history, legends, and myths. George Armstrong Custer was a popular figure, and the youngest Civil War general. His defeat at the battle by what was viewed as a Stone Age people during the Centennial celebration shocked the America public. When Custer's body was discovered here were two bullet wounds, one in the chest and one in the head. A letter appeared in the 1920's written by Bigelow Neal the son of Eugene S. Neal, a ranching partner of Dr. Henry Porter, claiming that the head wound might have been caused by a low caliber bullet. Dr. Henry Porter told Bigelow, that he was present on Custer Hill after the battle and probed the side of Custer's head and came out with a .41 caliber bullet, possibly for a derringer. Some historians accept Bigelow's story others do not. Was Custer assassinated? If so, who might have done the deed, and why? The answer might lead all the way to the office or the President of the United Sates. A lawyer from the Judge Advocates Major James Culhane is brought into the case by Libbie Custer herself. The main characters in this novel are fictional; however, many historical personages play a part. As usual it's left to the judgment of the reader.
L'autore: Donald W. Moore retired from community colleges where he served as a teacher, librarian, and program director. He has published two nonfiction works about the Battle of the Little Big Horn and is a member of the Wild West History Association, Western Writers of America, Mystery Writers of America, The Company of Military Historians, and is a long time member of the Little Big Horn Associates. He collects books memorabilia and artifacts of the frontier cavalry. He regularly attends gatherings of Tombstone Arizona writers and enthusiasts.
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