Based on 26 years of research into first hand sources on the Custer battle written as a historical fiction novel with events seen through the eyes of a soldier who survived. A revealing look into Indian atrocities and the state of the 7th Cavalry.
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Olans Northeg was a fifteen-year veteran from the Civil War and Reconstruction duty in a violent Louisiana. Through him we see the true state of the 7th Cavalry before, during and after the battle - a motley crew of incompetent officers removed from the men, sergeants effectively running the troops, alcohol and opium abuse - and horrific Indian atrocities perpetrated during the battle, originally covered up to spare the widows. A book depicting actual events and authentic participants, funneled through a sergeant situated front and center during the attack on the Sioux- and Cheyenne village. Also available as paperback.