the Little Big Horn, Lt Col. George Armstrong Custer, 7th Cavalry. Historical
Art prints of the 7th cavalry last stand at the Little Big Horn, at last
Stand Hill, These superb military prints and giclee canvas prints
by Brian Palmer and Mark Churms now available from Cranston Fine arts.
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Battle of the Little Big Horn (General Custer) by Brian Palmer.
Last stand of General Custer at the Battle of Little Big Horn. General George Armstrong Custer and the 7th cavalrys last stand at the battle of Little Big Horn.
Item Code : DHM0929
Battle of the Little Big Horn (General Custer) by Brian Palmer. - Editions Available
Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer and his elite 7th Cavalry regiment, under a hail of arrows, urge their tired horses toward Last Stand Hill. Custer spurs his trusted mount Vic forward, as he fires a round from his British Bulldog revolver into the surging tide of Sioux and Cheyenne warriors.
Item Code : MC0010
Custers Last Ride by Mark Churms - Editions Available
One of histories most famous battles also saw the death of one of its most colourful characters - the charismatic and flamboyant George Armstrong Custer. Desperate to win a victory to restore his flagging reputation, Custer trusted his luck once too often with disastrous consequences for the once-feted hero and the men under his command. Never before had the Indian tribes won such a spectacular victory over the white man, but as history reveals, the victory would cost them dearly.