Little Bighorn, Battle of the, Mont., 1876.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: C Photo Collection 116
Scope and Contents Portraits and images in portfolio I: Rain-in-the-Face, Gall, Low Dog, Sitting Bull, Crow King, Red Horse, Long Dog, Running Antelope, John Grass, American Horse, Red Cloud, Young-Man-Afraid-of-His Horse, Rain-in-the-Face, Sitting Bull, and a burial tree. Portraits and images in portfolio II: Custer, fellow officers, their wives and friends, Captain Thomas W. Custer, First Lt. James Calhoun, Captain Frederick W. Benteen, First Lt. Edward S. Godfrey, Captain Thomas M. McDougall, Charley...
Scope and Contents Collection contains three items: 1. typescript (320 pages), n.d., no title, on the history of Montana. Written on letterhead of John K. Standish of the Associated Press, The Great Falls Tribune. Describes early exploring by La Verendrye, Lewis & Clark and others, physical geography of Montana, Louisiana Purchase, fur trade, missionaries, discovery of gold (1700-1870s). -- 2. 1 essay (50 pages), n.d. on General Custer's last battle and personalities involved based on notes of Edward S....
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Scrapbook chiefly of copies of contemporary newspaper clippings about "Custer's last fight."
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection spans 1864 to 1944 with Walter Mason Camp's research notes and correspondence comprising the bulk of the material. Records include interview notes, field notes, research correspondence and Camp's hand-written transcriptions of original source documents. Additional records include Robert S. Ellison’s personal and research-related correspondence, reference materials and manuscripts. Three libraries contributed material for the field note transcripts. Robert S. Ellison...