Seventh Cavalry


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Diane Merkel

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Links to Little Bighorn Related Websites

Online Resources

See also the sources listed in the Seventh Cavalry and Plains Indians sections.

American Memory: Historical Collections, National Digital Library
George Armstrong Custer Collection of the Monroe County Library
HistoryNet: Little Bighorn
Library of Congress Online Catalog
National Archives: Genealogy Research in Military Records
National Museum of American History: Smithsonian Institution

Battle-related Maps:

Atlas of the Sioux Wars - Part 1 - Part 2
Maguire Map drawn by Sergeant Charles Becker
National Park Service - Three Pronged Movements in the Sioux Expedition of 1876
National Park Service - The Campaign of 1876

National Park Service - Custer Divides the Seventh Cavalry into Three Battalions
National Park Service - Custer's Last Battle
Trans-Mississippi West - Posts, Tribes, and Battles . . . 1860-1890

Art, Music, and Reproductions for Sale:

Kenneth Ferguson

George Kush

Percival Custom Leather

David Shanahan

Individuals' Websites:

Steve Alexander
George Custer

Deb Goodrich Bisel
Mason-Dixon Wild West Blog

Bob Blakeslee
The State of New York
and The Civil War

Paul Horsted
Explore the Black Hills with Custer

Louis Kraft
Louis Kraft Author/Historian

Billy Markland
Historical Resources

Scott Nelson
7th Cavalry Troopers in South Dakota

Chris Smallbone
Native American

Eric J. Wittenberg
Civil War Historian and Author

Books for Sale:

Sandy Barnard
Indian Wars Books
Publisher/bookseller specializing in books on the Plains Indian Wars and the Civil War.

Tim Phelps
Old West Books
Rare, out-of-print books on the American West, Custer, Indian Wars, Fur Trade, Travel and Exploration, Lewis and Clark, and the Civil War

Art Unger
Custer 1876 Publications

Dick Upton
Upton and Sons

Publishers and booksellers of Western Americana, specializing in the Indian Wars of the American West, 1865-1890