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In Custer"s shadow

Major Marcus Reno

by Ronald H. Nichols

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Published by University of Oklahoma Press in Norman .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Reno, Marcus A. 1835-1889.,
    • Little Bighorn, Battle of the, Mont., 1876.,
    • Soldiers -- United States -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Ronald H. Nichols. ; introduction by Brian C. Pohanka.
      GenreBiography.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE83.876 .R45 2000
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 407 p. :
      Number of Pages407
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6781846M
      ISBN 100806132817
      LC Control Number00029935

      In Custer's Shadow presents the complex life of Major Marcus Reno, Custer's second-in-command. Employing photographs and maps to help the reader visualize the text, Nichols unravels the controversy surrounding Reno's role in the battle and questions the scrutiny to .   This book is a must for all those interested in the enduring Custer legend. Where other Custer literature focuses solely on George Armstrong, The Other Custersis the only volume to explore the lives of the Custer siblings in depth. War hero Tom Custer earned two Medals of Honor during the Civil War before riding into the West with his brother.

      COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. The Other Custers: Tom, Boston, Nevin, and Maggie in the Shadow of George Armstrong Custer by Bill Yenne (Goodreads Author), George Armstrong Custer (Foreword).

        It is interesting to read especially where Custer's first engagement might have occurred. The author certainly spent enough time on the ground and collecting artifacts to form an opinion of what happened. The book on the collection of artifacts was also interesting. They did a better job of cataloging the artifacts then I expected.   Also counted among the number is the name of George Armstrong Custer. Although Custer emerged from the campaign as one of Sheridan’s most dependable officers, he entered under a shadow of doubt. Promoted to Brigadier General and elevated to command a brigade of Michigan cavalry regiments the previous year, Custer had performed well throughout.


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I have walked the Battlefield on three occasions and Henry Weibert's Sixty-Six Years in Custer's Shadow is one of the best, if not the best. I am very proud to own this book, made out to me and signed by Henry, number of 1, copies, dated Aug 4/5(11).

In Custer's Shadow presents the complex life of Major Marcus Reno, Custer's second-in-command. Employing photographs and maps to help the reader visualize the text, Ronald H. Nichols unravels the controversy surrounding Reno's role in the battle and questions the scrutiny to which he was subjected in the years following/5(16).

During the Battle of the Little Big Horn, five entire companies of the 7th Cavalry, including their leader, George Armstrong Custer, were lost. For years the shadow of blame for the defeat has been cast upon Custer. What role did his subordinates play in the battle.

Did they contribute to the Custer failure, or was he the only one to blame?/5. Henry and Don Weibert, Sixty-Six In Custers shadow book in Custer's Shadow (Falcon: ) second printing.

signed on title page by Rating: % positive. In Custer’s Shadow presents the complex life of Major Marcus Reno, Custer’s second-in-command.

Employing photographs and maps to help the reader visualize the text, Ronald H. Nichols unravels the controversy surrounding Reno’s role in the battle In Custers shadow book questions the scrutiny to which he was subjected in the years : University of Oklahoma Press.

I have walked the Battlefield on three occasions and Henry Weibert's Sixty-Six Years in Custer's Shadow is one of the best, if not the best.

I am very proud to own this book, made out to me and signed by Henry, number of 1, copies, dated Aug Read more. 4 people found this helpful/5(11). In Custer's Shadow presents the complex life of Major Marcus Reno, Custer's second-in-command.

Employing photographs and maps to help the reader visualize the text, Ronald H. Nichols unravels the. During the Battle of the Little Big Horn, five entire companies of the 7th Cavalry, including their leader, George Armstrong Custer, were lost. For years the shadow of blame for the defeat has been cast upon Custer.

What role did his subordinates play in the battle. Did they contribute to the Custer failure, or was he the only one to blame.

In Custer's Shadow presents the complex life of Major Marcus Reno, Custer's second-in-command. Employing photographs and maps to help the reader visualize the text, Ronald H.

Nichols unravels the controversy surrounding Reno's role in the battle and questions the scrutiny to which he was subjected in the years s: Start your review of The Other Custers: Tom, Boston, Nevin, and Maggie in the Shadow of George Armstrong Custer Write a review Dixie rated it really liked it review of another edition/5(3).

This book is a must for all those interested in the enduring Custer legend. Where other Custer literature focuses solely on George Armstrong, The Other Custers is the only volume to explore the lives of the Custer siblings in depth. War hero Tom Custer earned two Medals of Honor during the Civil War before riding into the West with his s:   Book Overview During the Battle of the Little Big Horn, five entire companies of the 7th Cavalry, including their leader, George Armstrong Custer, were lost.

For years the shadow of blame for the defeat has been cast upon Custer. What role did his subordinates play in the battle?/5(4). Yes, yes, I know the late Hank Weibert's wacky "Death of Custer" theory doesn't hold horse water on this board. However, if we can move beyond his far-fetched and rather comical denouement regarding Mitch Bouyer and instead examine the structural elements of his book -- Sixty-Six Years in Custer's Shadow -- I think everyone might be surprised by the clever way he wove.

This book is a must for all those interested in the enduring Custer legend. Where other Custer literature focuses solely on George Armstrong, The Other Custers is the only volume to explore the lives of the Custer siblings in depth.

War hero Tom Custer earned two Medals of Honor during the Civil War before riding into the West with his brother. Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Weibert, Henry. Sixty-six years in Custer's shadow. Billings, Mont.: Bannack Pub.

This book is a must for all those interested in the enduring Custer legend. Where other Custer literature focuses solely on George Armstrong, The Other Custers is the only volume to explore the lives of the Custer siblings in depth. War hero Tom Custer earned two Medals of Honor during the Civil War before riding into the West with his brother.

George Armstrong Custer Books Showing of 18 The Last Stand: Custer, Sitting Bull, and the Battle of the Little Bighorn (Hardcover) by. Nathaniel Philbrick (Goodreads Author) (shelved 8 times as george-armstrong-custer) avg rating — 9, ratings — published.

Description Bill Yenne, one of this nation's most prolific writers, has written a book that tells the story of a family whose last name is etched in American history. Certainly the world knows the story of George Armstrong Custer and his exploits, but there is so much more to the story--and it is all told in this groundbreaking book.

This review is from: Sixty Six Years in Custer's Shadow (Softcover) Henry Weibert is the first writer to use logic and physical evidence when writing about the battle athe Little Big Horn.

Weibert lived in the area around the battlefield for sixty-six years and spent a. The Horse Soldier by Randy Steffen Hardcover Oklahoma Univ.

Eagle Strike Decals. Copper State Models. Images of War The Artist's Vision of WWII by Ken McCormick Hardcover Orion Rating: % positive. [email protected] weibert wiebert don montana history books little big horn custer general george armstrong custer books custer books Sixty Six Years In Custers Shadow Henry garryowen native american buff custer buffs cheyanne conspiracy.Marcus Albert Reno (Novem – Ma ) was a United States career military officer who served in the American Civil War where he was a combatant in a number of major battles, and later under George Armstrong Custer in the Great Sioux War against the Lakota (Sioux) and Northern is most noted for his prominent role in the Battle of the Little Bighorn, where he.Sixty-Six Years in Custer's Shadow,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.