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.

A great portrait of Rain-In-The-Face, a fearless Sioux Warrior.

A great portrait of Rain-In-The-Face, a fearless Sioux Warrior. Somehow, I believe he belongs on this board. I love rain & I have Sioux in my gene pool.

General George Armstrong Custer was killed, along with 264 of his men, by Sioux Warriors, led by Sitting Bull, on June 25th, 1876, in an action known today as The Battle of Little Big Horn.

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

General George Armstrong Custer's Spencer Model 1865 Repeater Carbine

General George Armstrong Custer's Spencer Model 1865 Repeater Carbine

George Armstrong Custer's  Indian Wars Camp Chair,

George Armstrong Custer's Indian Wars Camp Chair,

Original pinner said "It was actually Libbie who made me pin her. Photo of George Custer with his Wife and Cook. Libbie is in riding gear. Cool lady. Deserves more volumes than her silly hubby."

George Armstrong Custer, his wife Libbie and their cook Eliza Brown. Was Custer a racist and slave owner? Photo by Mathew Brady.

Union General George Armstrong Custer's U. S. Model 1860 Light Cavalry Saber

Union General George Armstrong Custer's U.

PBS - THE WEST - George Armstrong Custer

PBS - THE WEST - George Armstrong Custer

George Armstrong Custer stands behind his wife Libbie.

George Armstrong Custer and Elizabeth Bacon Custer - Brady-Handy - George Armstrong Custer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Major General George Armstrong Custer

Amazing full-color Civil War photos bring the era's characters to life

Major General George Armstrong Custer, Civil War, famed for his last stand at Little Big Horn in British colorist Jordan Lloyd, met fellow colorist Mads Madsen, from Denmark.

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In 1874 General George Custer made several camps in Crook County on his trip into the Black Hills to search for gold.

George Armstrong Custer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia      Custer and wife at Fort Abraham Lincoln, Dakota Territory

George Armstrong Custer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Custer and wife at Fort Abraham Lincoln, Dakota Territory

While General George Armstrong Custer particiapted in many battles as part of the United States Military he is best known for his defeat at Little Bighorn where his unit was surrounded by thousands of Lakota, Cheyenne and Arapaho warriors who killed all 210 of them.  This battle is also known as Custer's Last Stand.  While this battle cost Custer his life it earned him his fame forever.

While General George Armstrong Custer particiapted in many battles as part of the United States Military he is best known for his defeat at Little Bighorn where his unit was surrounded by thousands of Lakota, Cheyenne and Arapaho warriors who killed all 210 of them. This battle is also known as Custer's Last Stand. While this battle cost Custer his life it earned him his fame forever.

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