Bruce Brown's 100 Voices...
An Anoymous Sergeant's
CROSS AND DOUBLECROSS
THE CUSTER FIGHT.
A New Story of the Little Big Horn Massacre.
Allegations of a Guide's Treachery.
The Indians Warned and Enabled to Prepare an Ambush.
Interesting Incidents of the Battle.
Evidence that White Men Were With the Redskins.
Bismarck, D. T., July 31, 1876 A letter written by a sergeant in the Sixth Infantry, dated Yellowstone Depot, July 15, has the following interesting points in relation to the Custer massacre. You will note a new theory of Custer's attack and defeat which is at least plausible; but to the letter...
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