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On June 26, 1876, General George Armstrong Custer and 261 members of his Seventh Cavalry were killed by Cheyenne and Lakota warriors, along the Little Bighorn River in Montana Territory. Eleven days later, the news flashed across telegraph wires. Americans, still celebrating the nations Wild West collection.
He is no downriver native. He is from Monroe. Monroe is on the lake. They have one helluva statue/monument to him on Monroe st. In the middle of town. I read the last stand this summer. Great read. Custer was a true badass.
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