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Custer's Last Stand
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  • How could he ever not have seen the smoke nor the dust of all those lodges down there in the draw along the Little Big Horn unless there must have been a heavy morning mist?
  • "He just had great ability to get himself in and out of trouble," his grandfather went on, "and on the Little Big Horn he got into it but he couldn’t get out.

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  • At Custer we made a side trip south to pay our respects to General Custer and Sitting Bull on the battlefield of Little Big Horn.
    John Steinbeck  --  Travels with Charley

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