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George Armstrong Custer

Born: 1839-12-05 - Died: 1876-06-25
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Death Summary: Being in command of the 7th Cavalry regiment he led an expedition against the Sioux indians in what is now Montana. He and his men were anihilated to the last man by the indians at the Little Big Horn.

Who was George Armstrong Custer : Custer graduated as an officer from West Point in 1861 and immediately joined the Union forces in the civil war, reaching the rank of major general, after many gallant actions. At the wars end he was reduced in rank, finally being named liutenant colonel of the 7th Cavalry, with which he participated in the indian wars.
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  1. John Dinger Says:

    he was a great leader inspired by many hated by few

  2. John Says:

    with all due respect, General Custer was an idiot

  3. Clint Says:

    General George Armstrong Custer was born in New Rumley, Ohio. I know this because I live near where he was born. I believe that General Custer disobeyed orders and divided his troops at the Little Big Horn River on that fateful morning, So, General Custer would have most likely been hung by a jury of his peers for disobeying orders anyway … that was military law in them days.

  4. mario boulet Says:

    Next time bring more cavalry, an.

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