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Cavalier in Buckskin, George Armstrong Custer and The Western Military Frontier

By: Utley, Robert M

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1988


226 pages, Illustrations, maps, SIGNED by the author, minor wear to jacket. View more info

Cavalier in Buckskin, George Armstrong Custer and The Western Military Frontier

By: Utley, Robert M

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press, 1988


226 pages, Illustrations, maps. View more info

Centennial Campaign The Sioux War of 1876

By: Gray, John S.

Price: $85.00

Publisher: The Old Army Press, 1976

Edition: First Edition


392 pages, maps, map end-papers, small nick on jacket edge. Extensive work on the Little Big Horn. Swinford High-Spot 27 Volume 8 In The Source Custeriana Series View more info

Centennial Campaign The Sioux War of 1876

By: Gray, John S.

Price: $150.00

Publisher: Fort Collins, The Old Army Press, 1976

Edition: First Edition


392 pages, maps, map end-papers, LIMITED EDITION limited to 250 copies SIGNED by the author. Extensive work on the Little Big Horn. Swinford High-Spot 27 Volume 8 In The Source Custeriana Series View more info

Ceremonies Attending The Unveiling of the Equestrian Statue to Major General George Armstrong Custer by the State of Michigan, and Formally Dedicated At the City of Monroe, Michigan, June Fourth, 1910

By: (Custer)

Price: $175.00

Publisher: 1910

Edition: First Edition


120 pages, photos, top edge gilt, new spine and end papers (same color as original).Ex-library minor markings. Contains a lengthy account of Custer by General James H. Kidd, along with the ceremonies of the unveiling. View more info

Ceremonies Attending The Unveiling of the Equestrian Statue to Major General George Armstrong Custer by the State of Michigan, and Formally Dedicated At the City of Monroe, Michigan, June Fourth, 1910

By: (Custer)

Price: $575.00

Publisher: 1910

Edition: First Edition


120 pages, photos, top edge gilt, minor soiling to cover, INSCRIBED as a gift to Charles Lawler by Otto Kirchner, the Chair of the Unveiling Commission. Kirchner presided and made the opening remarks, there is a photo of him in the book. Contains a lengthy account of Custer by General James H. Kidd, along with the ceremonies of the unveiling. View more info

Charley Reynolds Soldier, Hunter, Scout and Guide With an Introduction by E. W. Howe

By: Remsburg, John, George Remsburg

Price: $375.00

Publisher: Kansas City Missouri, H. M. Sender, 1931

Edition: First Thus


88 pages, frontis, illustrations, limited to 175 copies, included is the original announcement for the book with reviews and order form, with original mailing envelope. Reynolds scouted with Buffalo Bill, and worked for many of the military commanders in the West such as, Crook, and Custer. He was reportedly an expert shot and hunter. He was on the Sioux Campaign of 1876 with Custer, and died at the Little Big Horn while with Reno's unit. 58 empty cartridges was found ne... View more info

Charley Reynolds Soldier, Hunter, Scout and Guide With an Introduction by E. W. Howe New Edition: John M. Carroll Editor With an Historical Introduction by Dr. John S. Gray

By: Remsburg, John, George Remsburg, John Carroll

Price: $65.00

Publisher: Bryan Texas, Guidon Press, 1978


(88) pages, limited to 200 copies, SIGNED by Carroll. Reynolds scouted with Buffalo Bill, and worked for many of the military commanders in the West such as, Crook, and Custer. He was reportedly an expert shot and hunter. He was on the Sioux Campaign of 1876 with Custer, and died at the Little Big Horn while with Reno's unit. 58 empty cartridges was found near his body. The author poses the question that if he was an expert marksman, how many Sioux lost their lives in ta... View more info

Cheyenne Memories of the Custer Fight A Source Book

By: Hardorff, G. Richard

Price: $185.00

Publisher: Spokane Washington, Arthur H. Clark Company, 1995

Edition: First Edition


189 pgs, illus. Maps, LIMITED EDITION, 1 of 50 copies, SIGNED and bound in leather with gilt lettering on the spine. Contains the recollections of 13 Cheyenne Warriors, one interpreter, and a native historian. Swinford mention. View more info

Cheyenne Memories of the Custer Fight A Source Book

By: Hardorff, Richard

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Spokane Washington, Arthur H. Clark Company, 1995

Edition: First Edition


189 pages, illustrations, maps limited to 1,000 copies, Contains the recollections of 13 Cheyenne Warriors, one interpreter, and a native historian. View more info

Chronological List of Engagements Between The Regular Army of the United States and Various Tribes of Hostile Indians Which Occurred During the Years 1790 to 1898 Inclusive

By: Webb, George W.

Price: $575.00

Publisher: St. Joseph Missouri, Wing Printing and Publishing Company, 1939

Edition: First Edition


141 pages, frontis, original cloth with rubbing to edges, bookplate and signature of John M. Carroll. Lists the engagements, who was involved, and number of killed and wounded. Custer, Little Big Horn, Washita, Crook, Terry, Adobe Walls, Fetterman, Sand Creek, and all the others. View more info

Comanche The Horse That Survived The Custer Massacre

By: Amaral, Anthony A.

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Los Angeles, Westernlore Press, 1961

Edition: First Edition


86 pages, illustrations, Story of the famous and lucky horse, along with accounts of the battle. Luther High-Spot 173 View more info

Comanche The Sole Survivor of all the Forces in Custer's Last Stand, the Battle of The Little Big Horn

By: Brown, Barron

Price: $200.00

Publisher: Kansas City Missouri, Burton, Publishing Company, 1935

Edition: First Edition


108 pages, illustrations, photos, frontis. minor wear to jacket edges, owner name. Rare first edition. Authentic, complete and fully documented story of the most famous horse in military history. Luther High-Spot 172 View more info

Comanche The Sole Survivor of all the Forces in Custer's Last Stand, the Battle of The Little Big Horn

By: Brown, Barron

Price: $125.00

Publisher: Kansas City Missouri, Burton, Publishing Company, 1935

Edition: First Edition


108 pages, illustrations, photos, frontis, minor soiling to jacket edges. Authentic, complete and fully documented story of the most famous horse in military history. Luther High-Spot 172. View more info

Comanche University of Kansas Museum of Natural History Public Education Series NO. 5

By: Dary, David

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Lawrence, University of Kansas Press, 1976

Edition: First Edition


55 pages, illustrations. History of the lone survivor of Custer's immediate command. View more info