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Kick The Dead Lion A Casebook of the Custer Battle

By: Charles G Du Bois

Price: $40.00

Publisher: 1961

Seller ID: 016449

Condition: Very Good


Softcover, 77 pages. Self Publishing, Billings, Montana, 1961, second edition, revised and enlarged. In very good condition, minor bumping to corners, minor soiling, minor creasing of covers including one crease that affects all interior pages - text and illustraitons are bight and clean. Contains information on both Major Reno and Captain Benteen failed Custer on the day of hte Battle of the Little Big Horn. View more info

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Kick the Dead Lion A Casebook of the Custer Battle

By: Charles G Du Bois

Price: $50.00

Publisher: 1954

Edition: First Edition.

Seller ID: 016450

Condition: Good


Softcover, 48 pages. Self-published, Billing, Montana, 1954, stated first edition. In good condition, covers show some soiling and a bit of foxing, some minor soiling of a few inside pages, pages toning. Contains information showing how both Major Reno and Captain Benteen failed Custer on the day of the Battle of the Little Big Horn (June 25, 1876) causing Custer's command to be wiped out to the last man. View more info

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The Custer Fight Capt. Benteen's Story of the Battle of the Little Big Horn June 25-26, 1876

By: E A Brininstool

Price: $450.00

Publisher: E A Brininstool: 1933

Edition: Limited

Inscription: Signed by Author(s)

Seller ID: 016448

Condition: Very Good


Softcover, 36 pages. Self-published, Hollywood, CA, 1933. In very good condition, covers have some tattering of edges, minor soiling of rear cover and last page of book, minor creasing to interior pages, text and illustrations are bright and clean. Limited edition, #459 of 500, signed by the author. It also includes Comments on the Rosebud Fight of June 17, 1876, by Robert E. Strahorn, War Correspondent for the Chicago Tribune and New York Times. View more info