Custer's Last Stand

By: Reynolds, Quentin

Price: $7.95

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Book Condition: Good with no dust jacket


Spine slanted, darkened, some wear and chipping at top and base. Dampstaining across both boards, corners bumped, minor edge wear with a dent to top edge of back cover. Owner's name insdie cover, a couple gold stars on read pastedown. Pages are clean and unmarked.

A "Landmark Book," this is the story of General George Armstrong Custer starting with his boyhood and life at West Point. As with so many men of his generation, Custer comes of age during the Civil War, where the young cavalryman makes a flamboyant name for himself, winding up a Brigadier General. Staying in the Army after the war, Custer ends up battling in the Indian wars out west and, in 1876, made his fateful campaign to the Little Big Horn.; 7 ¾" - 9 ¾" Tall

Title: Custer's Last Stand

Author Name: Reynolds, Quentin

Illustrator: Illustrated by Chapman, Frederick T.

Categories: Biography/Autobiography, Children's Books: Vintage, Military History,

Edition: Eighth Printing

Publisher: New York, Random House: 1951

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 003189

Keywords: Children's Nonfiction Military History Biography George Armstrong Custer Sitting Bull Crazy Horse Little Big Horn American Indians Indian Wars