Friend against friend - Second Lieutenant George A. Custer had his photo taken with ex-classmate, friend, and captured Confederate prisoner, Lt. J.B. Washington, an aide to General Johnston, at Fair Oaks, Virginia, 1862

Friend against friend - Second Lieutenant George A. Custer had his photo taken with ex-classmate, friend, and captured Confederate prisoner, Lt. J.B. Washington, an aide to General Johnston, at Fair Oaks, Virginia, 1862

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Joseph White Cow Bull. Died 1942. According to David Miller's Book "Custer's Fall" this is the Indian that killed George Armstrong Custer.

Joseph White Cow Bull. Died 1942. According to David Miller's Book "Custer's Fall" this is the Indian that killed George Armstrong Custer.

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Colonel Thomas Custer, Seventh Cavalry, the brother of General George Armstrong Custer. He was killed in the same battle at the Little Big Horn, 1876.

Colonel Thomas Custer, Seventh Cavalry, the brother of General George Armstrong Custer. He was killed in the same battle at the Little Big Horn, 1876.

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GEORGE ARMSTRONG CUSTER PHOTO SCARCE RARE BRIGADIER GENERAL 1863 #20602        General Custer was the most photographed person of the Civil War. Photographed more times than Abraham Lincoln!

GEORGE ARMSTRONG CUSTER PHOTO SCARCE RARE BRIGADIER GENERAL 1863 #20602 General Custer was the most photographed person of the Civil War. Photographed more times than Abraham Lincoln!

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Reportedly one of the rarest Civil War images of young George Armstrong Custer attributed to skilled photographer, Henry Ulke, taken at the end of April 1863 in the Ulke Washington D.C. studio. This large hand water colored tinted imperial sized Salt print shows Custer with his close friend from West Point, Captain Leroy Elbert. Outstanding!  *s*

Reportedly one of the rarest Civil War images of young George Armstrong Custer attributed to skilled photographer, Henry Ulke, taken at the end of April 1863 in the Ulke Washington D.C. studio. This large hand water colored tinted imperial sized Salt print shows Custer with his close friend from West Point, Captain Leroy Elbert. Outstanding! *s*

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George Armstrong Custer 1839-1876, single-minded, arrogant, uncaring of his troopers. Little Big Horn was his supreme act of recklessness. His troopers and his brother died because of it.

George Armstrong Custer 1839-1876, single-minded, arrogant, uncaring of his troopers. Little Big Horn was his supreme act of recklessness. His troopers and his brother died because of it.

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George Armstrong Custer poses with his Indian scouts during the Black Hills expedition of 1874. The man pointing to the map was named "Bloody Knife," a member of the Cree tribe. Photograph by William Illingworth.    (Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument [4321])

George Armstrong Custer poses with his Indian scouts during the Black Hills expedition of 1874. The man pointing to the map was named "Bloody Knife," a member of the Cree tribe. Photograph by William Illingworth. (Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument [4321])

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