Explore Native American History and more!

custerbook7

RootsWeb - the Internet's oldest and largest FREE genealogical community. An award winning genealogical resource with searchable databases, free Web space, mailing lists, message boards, and more.

White Man Runs Him, one of Custer's four scouts - Photographer not known - No date.

White Man Runs Him, one of Custer's four scouts - Photographer not known - No date. I have read much about this scout.

Captain Thomas ( Tom) Ward Custer.. and the woman is one of the Humphrey women, they entertained.. She is wearing Captain Thomas Custer,s 2 Congressional Medals of Honor he won during the American Civil War the only man to do so... brother of General Custer

James Calhoun and his wife, Margaret Custer Calhoun; sister of General Custer- Looks like Tom Custer and Margaret.

Lt. Edward S. Godfrey by D.F. Barry in 1876, the same year as the Battle of the Little Bighorn

Edward S. Godfrey by D. Barry in the same year as the Battle of the Little Bighorn

Scott BLOODY KNIFE died with Custer.

Arikara scout Bloody Knife, who died with Lt. Custer at the 1876 Battle of the Little Big Horn in Montana, packs his tacked rifle in this 1873

June 25, 1876 Battle of the Little Bighorn and death of Lt.Colonel George Armstrong Custer. photo Custer Expedition, 1874 Bloody Knife (guide), General Custer, Private Noonen, and Colonel Ludlow, with grizzly killed by Custer, Custer Peak, SD

Pictured from left to right are Bloody Knife, George Armstrong Custer, Private John Noonan, and Captain William Ludlow posing after killing their first grizzly during the Black Hills Expedition of 1874

White Man Runs Him (older) Crow Indian Scout for Major General George A. Armstrong at the Battle of Little Big Horn. - Photo by Fred Miller, no date. - (Photoshopped b/w copy)

White Man Runs Him (older) Crow Indian Scout for Major General George A. Armstrong at the Battle of Little Big Horn. - Photo by Fred Miller, no date. - (Photoshopped b/w copy)

Chief American Horse, Oglala Sioux, fought at the Battle of Little Big Horn, later died fighting for the freedom of his people.

Chief American Horse, Oglala Sioux, fought at the Battle of Little Big Horn, later died fighting for the freedom of his people.

Elizabeth Bacon Custer (1842-1933), wife of George Armstrong Custer for 12 years and his widow for 57 years. After Custer's disastrous confrontation with the Sioux and Cheyenne at the Little Big Horn on June 25,1876, Libbie Custer set out to rehabilitate his image. She made a good living from her books and lectures about her late husband, and died at the age of slmost 91, leaving a $100,000 estate.

Elizabeth Bacon Custer wife of General George Armstrong Custer. I wrote my college senior thesis about her.

Pinterest
Search