Gordon Harper, born in Toronto in 2939, found his interest piqued in "Custer's Last Stand" at age 20 when he mistakenly got off a bus at the battlefield. He became captivated by the site. He devoted half a century to studying the battle, and compiled a complete source book, but passed away shortly before finishing the manuscript. His daughter Tori and historians Gordon Richard and Monte Akers preserved his research in this title.
''Drawing on Indian accounts, as well as evidence from cartridges,
bullets, and bodies discovered on the battlefield, this work for
general readers and scholars describes the defeat of Custer's 7th
Cavalry by Sioux and Cheyenne forces near the Little Horn River.''
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