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Fri Mar 21 17:06:11 2014 UTClccn-n820631980.00Albert Trovillo Siders Barnitz papers,0.261.00Report of James W. Forsyth,148861093n 82063198230407760056United States 7th CavalryUnited States. Army. 7th CavalryUnited States. Armylccn-n79041742Custer, George A.(George Armstrong)1839-1876lccn-n50000126Connell, Evan S.1924-2013lccn-n50020522Custer, Elizabeth Bacon1842-1933lccn-n79063202United StatesArmylccn-n86851246Fox, Richard A.1943-lccn-n88074094Gray, John S.(John Stephens)1910-1991lccn-n90639404Boyer, Mitchlccn-n79119416Eastman, Charles Alexander1858-1939lccn-no96035344Simmons, J. K.actlccn-no2001007198Thompson, Fred1942 August 19-actUnited StatesArmyCavalry, 7thRegistersPersonal narrativesHistorySourcesRecords and correspondenceHandbooks, manuals, etcMiscellaneaPeriodicalsUnited States.--Army.--Cavalry, 7thLittle Bighorn, Battle of the (Montana : 1876)MontanaUnited StatesCuster, George A.--(George Armstrong),SoldiersDakota IndiansGeneralsIndians of North America--WarsNorth AmericaUnited States, WestUnited States.--ArmyWashita Campaign (1868-1869)Indian Wars (Dakota : 1876)AntiquitiesMontana--Little Bighorn Battlefield National MonumentIndians of North America--AntiquitiesTravelGreat PlainsScouting (Reconnaissance)Boyer, MitchIndians of North AmericaWounded Knee Massacre (South Dakota : 1890)Sitting Bull,South DakotaDawes, Henry L.--(Henry Laurens),Eastman, Charles Alexander,United States.--Bureau of Indian AffairsIndians, Treatment ofCuster, Elizabeth Bacon,Indian Wars (Dakota : 1890-1891)Grant, Ulysses S.--(Ulysses Simpson),Teton IndiansTaylor, William O.,Scouting (Youth activity)Scouts (Reconnaissance)MassacresKorea (South)--Nogŭn-niMilitary campaignsKorean War (1950-1953)AtrocitiesHancock, Winfield Scott,Coates, Isaac Taylor,PhysiciansKansasExcavations (Archaeology)United States--Black HillsFrontier and pioneer lifeBarnitz, Albert Trovillo SidersBarnitz, Jennie18671868187318741875187618781879188118821888189018911892189418951899190119041908190919101913191719211922192519261928192919301932193419361940194219431947194919501952195619571959196019611963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201329736512735973.82E178.M52202ocn023682821book18680.98United StatesIn memoriam, Brevet Major Louis McLane Hamilton, Captain 7th U.S. CavalryPersonal narratives102ocn037350977book19970.767th U.S. Cavalry muster rolls Aug. 31, 1866-Dec. 31, 1884Registers51ocn003523429book18881.00United StatesReport of James W. Forsyth11ocn182561953serial1.00Hitching postHistoryPeriodicals11ocn033128912visu0.10Barry, D. FCapt. DeRudio, 7th CavalryHead and shoulders studio portrait of Charles C. DeRudio, wearing uniform11ocn793423626bookTAC SOPHandbooks, manuals, etc11ocn019898746mixBarnitz, Albert Trovillo SidersAlbert Trovillo Siders Barnitz papersHistoryMiscellaneaRegistersSourcesConsists of orders, circulars, muster and pay rolls, quarterly and monthly returns of quartermaster stores, invoices, vouchers, and other papers, dealing primarily with Barnitz's military activities11ocn033128974visu0.10Barry, D. FTom M'DougalStudio portrait, 3/4 length, of Captain Thomas McDougall, standing, wearing uniform and sword. McDougall was in charge of the Seventh Cavalry's pack train at Little Big Horn, 187611ocn033128914visu0.10Barry, D. FCapt. Tom M'DougallStudio portrait, 3/4 length, of Captain Thomas McDougall, standing, wearing uniform and holding sword. McDougall was in charge of the Seventh Cavalry's pack train at Little Big Horn, 187611ocn033128913visu0.10Barry, D. FCapt. Tom CusterSeated studio portrait of Colonel Thomas Custer, Seventh Cavalry, who was killed at Little Big Horn, 1876, in uniform11ocn037898714bksLouis McLane Hamilton collectionHistorySourcesRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, extracts of reports, printed obituaries and resolutions, newspaper clippings, 1867-1867, possibly collected by Benson John Lossing, concerning the life of Capt. Louis McLane Hamilton and his death at the Battle of Washita320816ocn011266256book19840.21Connell, Evan SSon of the morning starHistoryBiographyDiscusses the Battle of the Little Big Horn, the federal and Indian antagonists, and of the battle's place in the context of the Plains Indian Wars+-+1516290135244023ocn772856625book18900.35Custer, Elizabeth BaconFollowing the guidonHistoryBiographyAnnotation+-+046636730622017ocn026724100book19930.29Fox, Richard AArchaeology, history, and Custer's last battle : the Little Big Horn reexamined+-+534476153521183ocn045732729file19910.28Gray, John SCuster's last campaign Mitch Boyer and the Little Bighorn reconstructedBiographyReconstructs the entire sequence of events of the campaign of 1876 and the Battle of the Little Bighorn+-+K38677853516026ocn144528575visu20070.18Simoneau, YvesBury my heart at Wounded KneeHistoryDramaTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsBy 1876, most of the nation's American Indians had been forcibly relocated to reservation land. In the Dakota Territory, Red Cloud had settled his people on the great Sioux Reservation, becoming wards of the government. Other Sioux leaders saw this as defeat and continued to live in the traditional way, with legendary resistance. Then an economic depression struck, and gold was discovered in the Black Hills--on Sioux land. In this film, the lives of Charles Eastman-a Dartmouth-educated, Sioux doctor; Senator Henry Dawes-member of the Committee on Indian Affairs; and Sitting Bull intersect in a manner that seems fated. The question that faces the government and the Sioux seems to leave two answers: assimilation versus extermination? It is answered by the assassination of Sitting Bull and the massacre of hundreds of Indian men, women, and children by the 7th Cavalry at Wounded Knee Creek on Dec. 29, 189012534ocn033948396book19960.21Taylor, William OWith Custer on the Little Bighorn : a newly discovered first-person accountBiographyPersonal narrativesA newly discovered first-person account+-+085313521511182ocn046872329book20010.22Hanley, Charles JThe bridge at No Gun Ri : a hidden nightmare from the Korean WarHistoryThe untold story behind the massacre of Korean civilians by American soldiers in the early days of the Korean War is told by the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists who uncovered it. 16-page photo insert. In the fall of 1999, a team of Associated Press investigative reporters broke the news that U.S. troops had massacred a large group of South Korean civilians early in the Korean War. On the eve of that pivotal war's fiftieth anniversary, their reports brought to light a story that had been suppressed for decades, confirming allegations the U.S. military had sought to dismiss. It made headlines around the world. In The Bridge at No Gun Ri, the team tells the larger, human story behind the dark event through the eyes of the people who survived it. The American side, the green recruits of the "good time" U.S. Army in Japan, was made up of teenagers who viewed unarmed farmers as enemies & of generals who had never led men into battle. On the Korean side were peasant families forced to flee their ancestral village & caught between the invading North Koreans & the U.S. Army. The narrative examines victims both Korean & American; the ordinary lives & high-level decisions that led to the fatal encounter; the terror of the three-day slaughter; & the memories & ghosts that forever haunted the survivors. Based on extensive archival research & more than 500 interviews with U.S. veterans & Korean survivors, The Bridge at No Gun Ri is an extraordinary account of the tragic events of July 1950 that the world should never forget+-+130115053511088ocn042330950com19960.28Coates, Isaac TaylorOn the plains with Custer and Hancock the journal of Isaac Coates, Army surgeonBiographyPersonal narratives+-+583611000632410784ocn015163980book19870.29Scott, Douglas DArchaeological insights into the Custer battle : an assessment of the 1984 field season+-+201576153510777ocn000420520book19660.33Jackson, DonaldCuster's gold; the United States Cavalry expedition of 1874HistoryAccounts of military life of troops with General George Custer during his successful search for gold on Sioux lands in the Black Hills in Dakota territory+-+95020785353248996ocn002694967book19770.37Barnitz, Albert Trovillo SidersLife in Custer's cavalry : diaries and letters of Albert and Jennie Barnitz, 1867-1868BiographyDiariesPersonal narratives+-+28004785357264ocn006734115book19800.35Hofling, Charles KCuster and the Little Big Horn : a psychobiographical inquiryBiography6223ocn428027336book20100.18Koster, John PCuster survivor : the end of a myth, the beginning of a legendBiographyWas Frank Finkel a survivor of the Battle of the Little Bighorn? Koster presents evidence that he believes supports Finkel's claim to have been the Second Sergeant of C Company, and chronicles Finkel's escape, ordeals, and the subsequent years of his successful life+-+K8545488464324ocn002797596book19770.24Reedstrom, Ernest LisleBugles, banners, and war bonnetsA study of George Armstrong Custer's Seventh Cavalry from Fort Riley to the Little Big Horn4323ocn058985653book20050.28Rodgers, Walter CSleeping with Custer and the 7th Cavalry : an embedded reporter in IraqBiographyThis technology, which may well be outlawed by the Department of Defense in future conflicts, enabled CNN viewers to experience the invasion from "Embed U"--The prewar school where embedded journalists learned to scramble into MOPP suits in the event of attack by chemical or biological weapons - to a fierce night ambush on a narrow dirt road south of the Euphrates River, to the sight of torn and burning corpses of Iraqi soldiers strewn around their flaming Soviet T-72 tank on Iraq Route One at the edge of Baghdad."+-+37217845353712ocn051172550book20040.06Anderson, Paul ChristopherGeorge Armstrong Custer : the Indian Wars and the Battle of the Little BighornJuvenile worksBiographyTakes a look at Custer, from his boyhood to his death+-+86811487353602ocn760068727book20120.27Stevenson, Joan NabsethDeliverance from the Little Big Horn : Doctor Henry Porter and Custer's Seventh CavalryBiographyOf the three surgeons who accompanied Custer's Seventh Cavalry on June 25, 1876, only the youngest, twenty-eight-year-old Henry Porter survived that day's ordeal, riding through a gauntlet of Indian attackers and up the steep bluffs to Major Marcus Reno's hilltop position. But the story of Dr. Porter's wartime exploits goes far beyond the battle itself. As Stevenson recounts in detail, Porter's life-saving work on the battlefield began immediately, as he assumed the care of nearly sixty soldiers and two Indian scouts, attending to wounds and performing surgeries and amputations. He evacuated the critically wounded soldiers on mules and hand litters, embarking on a hazardous trek of fifteen miles that required two river crossings, the scaling of a steep cliff, and a treacherous descent into the safety of the steamboat Far West, waiting at the mouth of the Little Big Horn River. There began a harrowing 700-mile journey along the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers to the post hospital at Fort Abraham Lincoln near Bismarck, Dakota Territory3455ocn033488782book19940.22Welch, JamesKilling Custer : the Battle of the Little Bighorn and the fate of the Plains IndiansTreats the battle with Custer from the Indians' point of view, showing how their "victory" was merely a last hurrah for a landless people stripped of their rights+-+11260759653205ocn666237199book20110.17Kazanjian, HowardNone wounded, none missing, all dead : the story of Elizabeth Bacon CusterHistoryBiographyTells the story of the couple's romance, reveals their life of adventure throughout the West during the days of the Indian Wars, and recounts the tragic end of the 7th Cavalry and the aftermath for the wives+-+54140271252944ocn028108605book19930.32Harcey, Dennis WWhite-Man-Runs-Him : Crow Scout with CusterHistoryBiography+-+3185174236324+-+1516290135Fri Mar 21 15:17:25 EDT 2014batch33053