The following publications contain information about Daniel A. Kanipe:
Article: "Kanipe, Martin, and Benteen” by Wayne Wells • Wells, using
primary source evidence and logic, pinpoints where Kanipe
and Martin met Benteen. Using that information, the events
of the battle may be better evaluated. • Research Review: The Journal of the Little Big Horn Associates, Vol. 2, No. 1, June 1988.
Article: “Tarheel Survivor of Custer’s Land Stand: The North Carolina Cavalryman
Describes the American Thermopylae” by J. E. Kanipe, edited
by Bill Boyes • Boyes found and edited this unpublished
manuscript written by Sgt. Daniel A. Kanipe’s son. The
article is located in the McDowell County Public Library,
Marion, North Carolina. Of particular interest is the
fact that one of the prominent people in the battle makes
a statement that Reno and Benteen did not do their jobs. • Research Review: The Journal of the Little Big Horn Associates, Vol. 7, No. 2, June 1993.
Article: "On the Battlefield" by Michael Donahue • Researcher Walter Mason Camp visited the battlefield with 7th Cavalry survivor Daniel Knipe in 1908-1909. • Greasy Grass, Journal of the Custer Battlefield Historical & Museum Association, Vol. 14, May 1998.
Article: "Daniel A. Kanipe Remembered" by John D. Mackintosh with Photograph of Grave Marker • Little Big Horn Associates Newsletter, Vol. XXXIII, No. 5, July 1999.
Article: "Mystery Along Rosebud Creek" by Douglas W. Ellison • On August 3, 1876, troops, including Little Bighorn survivors, made a startling discovery, the bodies of a cavalryman and his horse. • Greasy Grass, Journal of the Custer Battlefield Historical & Museum Association, Vol. 17, May 2001.