Portrait of Major General (as of Apr. 15, 1865) George A. Custer, officer of the Federal Army]. It was made between 1860 and 1865 by Brady National Photographic Art Gallery (Washington, D.C.).

"Major General George Armstrong Custer, officer of the Federal Army" circa Wet plate glass negative, studio of Mathew Brady.

The Rock Star of the Civil War! George Armstrong Custer was the most photographed person of the war.Photographed more times than Abraham Lincoln!

The Rock Star of the Civil War, George Armstrong Custer was the most photographed person of the war. Photographed more times than Abraham Lincoln!

Friend against friend - Second Lieutenant George A. Custer had his photo taken with ex-classmate, friend, and captured Confederate prisoner, Lt. J.B. Washington, an aide to General Johnston, at Fair Oaks, Virginia, 1862

George Armstrong Custer with his friend and former classmate who was a captured Confederate prisoner, Lt. Washington, aide to Gen. Johnston at Fair Oaks.

George Armstrong Custer (December 5, 1839 – June 25, 1876) was a United States Army officer and cavalry commander in the American Civil War and the Indian Wars. ~~ Born in New Rumley, Ohio

George Armstrong Custer (December 1839 – June was a United States Army officer and cavalry commander in the American Civil War and the Indian Wars. ~~ Born in New Rumley, Ohio - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sal

Joseph White Cow Bull. Died 1942. According to David Miller's Book "Custer's Fall" this is the Indian that killed George Armstrong Custer.

David Humphreys Miller is shown painting Joseph White Cow Bull in White Cow Bull is believed to have been the warrior to kill General George Armstrong Custer at the Battle of Little Bighorn.

A Young George Armstrong Custer in his West Point uniform.

1859 - George Armstrong Custer while he was a cadet at the US military academy at West Point

General Custer in the later part of the Civil War.

George Armstrong Custer - famous for "Custers Last Stand" at the Battle of LIttle Bighorn, he was nicknamed "Boy General" for being the youngest General to fight in the American Civil War at age 23

Civil War Photo: George Armstrong Custer & Wife

General George Armstrong Custer and his wife Elizabeth Bacon Custer. After his death, she became an outspoken advocate for her husband's legacy through her popular books and lectures.

George Armstrong Custer poses with his Indian scouts during the Black Hills expedition of 1874. The man pointing to the map was named "Bloody Knife," a member of the Cree tribe. Photograph by William Illingworth.    (Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument [4321])

George Armstrong Custer poses with his Indian scouts during the Black Hills expedition of The man pointing to the map was named "Bloody Knife," a member of the Cree tribe. Photograph by William Illingworth. (Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument

George Armstrong Custer 1839-1876, single-minded, arrogant, uncaring of his troopers. Little Big Horn was his supreme act of recklessness. His troopers and his brother died because of it.

George Armstrong Custer single-minded, arrogant, uncaring of his troopers. Little Big Horn was his supreme act of recklessness. His troopers and his brother died because of it.

George Armstrong Custer (1839 - 1876) was a highly decorated American military officer, who served in the American Civil War and Indian Wars, but his miltary accomplishments are often overshadowed by                                                                                                                                                                                  More

George Armstrong Custer vintage print

George Armstrong Custer vintage print - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!

General George Armstrong Custer's Spencer Model 1865 Repeater Carbine

General George Armstrong Custer's Spencer Model 1865 Repeater Carbine

George Armstrong Custer and some of his fellow soldiers, during the American Civil War.

Rare Historical Photos with descriptions.

George Armstrong Custer and some of his fellow soldiers, during the American Civil War [Colorized photo]

General George Armstrong Custer beside an elk that he shot, South Dakota Black Hills, 1874

General George Armstrong Custer beside an elk that he shot, South Dakota Black Hills, 1874 [630 × 535]

It is because a black & white print was made that we still have this great photograph today a century & a half later. Old west pictures South Dakota General George Armstrong Custer posing with a elk he shot in the black hills

George Armstrong Custer Photo Scarce RARE Brigadier General 1863

George armstrong custer photo scarce rare brigadier general 1863 20602

George Armstrong Custer by William Frank Browne 1863 Half plate ambrotype of George Armstrong Custer in a Brigadier General Uniform Date September Source Heritage Auction Gallery No figure of the Indian wars in America so typifies that era as.

Generals Wesley Merritt, Philip Sheridan, George Crook, James William Forsyth,   and George Armstrong Custer  around a table examining a document.

Generals Wesley Merritt, Philip Sheridan, George Crook, James William Forsyth, and George Armstrong Custer around a table examining a document.

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