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Re: Custer books

Ron, As I have mentioned before, I met and talked with Mr. Nightengale twice. Once here in Washington State at a regional meeting of the CBHMA and later in
Michael Olson
Nov 22, 2012
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2769

Re: Hey Peter

I just put in my request. Tell them they need to re-design the look, put up a banner image instead of that lineup of wanted photos. Ron
roncriss
Sep 1, 2012
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2768

Hey Peter

Are you on Facebook? If you are you should join the LBHA page.
Lornelangley
Aug 31, 2012
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2767

Invitation CUSTER'S LAST STAND -- LITTLE BIG HORN 1876 BATTL

Game Day Invitation CUSTER'S LAST STAND -- LITTLE BIG HORN 1876 BATTLE ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATION Saturday 9 June 2012 FULL-DAY version of 1-1 wargame
peterpanzeri
May 8, 2012
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2766

Re: Custer books

For Terry and Crook's "pursuit" after LBH I would recommend reading Gray's Centennial Campaign: The Sioux War of 1876 to see how much of a fiasco that campaign
Greg Geilman
Feb 18, 2012
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2765

Re: Custer books

When he was alone with his regiment he could do pretty much anything he wanted with his officers. He had Smith and DeRudio trade places so that Smith had
bm_1950
Feb 18, 2012
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2764

Re: Custer books

Custer spent most of the fall and winter planning with Terry the details of the campaign, ordering supplies, horses, getting the rest of the regiment
Greg Geilman
Feb 18, 2012
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2763

Re: Custer books

While I feel Miles was one of the better Indian fighters, some of his victories (Apache and Sioux) involved Indians who were near the end of their ropes having
Duane
Feb 18, 2012
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2762

Re: Different Forum

Also, remember that there are two "LBHA" boards, the official one on the LBHA site (Little Big Horn Associates) and Diane Merkel's board (Little Big Horn
Michael Olson
Feb 18, 2012
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2761

Re: Custer books

Sorry, I did not check the link to see if it was still active. Some stick around for years. Even if you can no longer see the video, just pointing how our list
Duane
Feb 18, 2012
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2760

Re: Custer books

Very nice... Custer has the ability to delegate both up and down....pretty nice arrangement... give him whatever credit you want and absolve him of any
wcd76
Feb 18, 2012
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2759

Re: Custer books

True, packs were used in the south a lot more effectively than in the north. Mackenzie and Miles also used them in the Red River War. So who's responcibilty
ggeilman
Feb 18, 2012
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2758

Re: Custer books

No, I think he asked specifically what in Skelnar you disagreed with. If your copy is not at hand, then wait until it is so that you can respond properly. I
ggeilman
Feb 18, 2012
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2757

Re: Custer books

I don't see this as any different than Ron asking me to cite chapter and verse from Skelnar. Am I suppose to carry my LBH library with me whereever I go? Those
wcd76
Feb 18, 2012
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2756

Re: Custer books

Crook seems to have fared better than GAC in the frontier army. Maybe Sheridan, Sherman and Grant knew something you don't? If nothing else credit Crook with
wcd76
Feb 18, 2012
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