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  • The end of an era.

    A great read. Custer was a very interesting character . Crazy Horse was equally as interesting but in a totally different way. The author described each in detail. Custer died as he lived, doing what he enjoyed. Crazy Horse’s death was very sad, as was the treatment of the Indians.

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  • Fascinating read

    I thooughly enjoyed this book. At first i was a little taken aback by the constant use of the word Indian but the bookbwas written in the 1970s. While the book focuses mainly on Crazy Horse and George Custer, it's hard to ignore just how badly the US government mistreated the Native Americans.

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