General Custer in the Civil War

 

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General George Armstrong Custer was one of the Union's most celebrated Generals in the Civil War. He fought bravely, aggressively and with distinction.  During the Civil War, he never lost a battle or a color.  Below, for your perusal, we present original Civil War newspapers which included material on General Custer.  Click on the thumbnails to be taken to the Complete Newspaper.

General Custer on Horse Back

General George A. Custer

General Custer Battle Flags

George Custer and Captured Rebel Flags

Custer's Cavalry Raid

General Custer's Cavalry Raid

 

 

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