Custer, Terry, and Me G.G. Boyer

ISBN: 9781594140310

Published: January 2nd 2004

Mass Market Paperback

261 pages


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Custer, Terry, and Me  by  G.G. Boyer

Custer, Terry, and Me by G.G. Boyer
January 2nd 2004 | Mass Market Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 261 pages | ISBN: 9781594140310 | 10.77 Mb

In 1876 the most famous Cavalry and Indian battle in American frontier history was fought. What happened to the 7th Cavalry? How did they vanish so utterly and with such stunning swiftness? History has come up with many answers but Tom Ballard wasMoreIn 1876 the most famous Cavalry and Indian battle in American frontier history was fought.

What happened to the 7th Cavalry? How did they vanish so utterly and with such stunning swiftness? History has come up with many answers but Tom Ballard was the only eye-witness, and for this reason, during the official inquiry into the defeat, his life is in jeopardy. Fear, folly, suspicion, terror, and distrust combined to bring about the tragedy of the Little Big Horn, and it will be impossible for anyone to read this story and continue to think the same way about this epic battle.

Glenn G. Boyer, a Wisconsin native, left his home state for WWII and spent twenty-two years in the U.S. Air Force. He is best known worldwide as the foremost Wyatt Earp researcher and author due to his many publications on the subject, which were enlightened by his lifelong friendship with Wyatt Earps family.

His first Western novel, The Guns of Morgette, was published in 1982. He lives in Tucson, Arizona, with his wife, author Jane Candia Coleman.



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