the Record: An attempt to answer the most frequently-
asked questions concerning the Battle of the Little
by James V. Schneider. Introduction
by John M. Carroll. Indexed.
Schneider served as a Seasonal Ranger at the then Custer
Battlefield National Monument during the summers of
1979 and 1980. For the Record was written in
1982, about one year before the wildfire that led to
the archaeological dig of 1985, about a decade before
the name of the national monument was changed, and about
two decades before the Indian memorial was dedicated
at the battlefield. Although those events affect some
of the answers to the 25 posed, this work
stands the test of time.
A Scrapbook of the Life and Historical Times of Charles "Charlie" Brown
Part 1: 1834-1876 by Jeanne Dahlin Swick
Charlie Brown was an early Miles City, Montana, pioneer who was the chief wagon master for the Little Bighorn expedition. Jeanne Swick is a native of Miles City who enjoys sharing her research with others. She is providing the first of four parts of her most recent work here. If you would like to read the entire book as a free PDF, email her, giving your full name. Please view the book on a full-size monitor because it has many color photos and links that will not present well on a small screen.