Custer, Sitting Bull and the Battle of the Little Bighorn.... In June 1876 George Armstrong Custer, a Civil War veteran with a reputation for incredible if often reckless courage, led his cavalry regiment against a vastly superior force of Sioux and Cheyenne near the Little Bighorn River in central Montana.
Whether remembered as a tale of insane arrogance or unmatched bravery, the bloody massacre that ensued remains one of the most embattled episodes in American History. In this riveting narrative, celebrated historian Nathaniel Philbrick reveals Custer and Sitting Bull as never before, creating an unforgettable portrait of two leaders as they embarked on a collision course that reached it's violent climax on a lonely rise now known as Last Stand Hill.
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