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  • Tina LeFever

    General George Custer | Libbie Custer

  • Patricia Getz

    ELIZABETH CUSTER LIBRARY & MUSEUM. carte de visite of Libbie Custer (George's wife), labeled "circa 1865." am skeptical about date with that hair and hat ... got to be late 60s at minimum but I'd say 70s ... curious

  • Hansa Tingsuwan

    Elizabeth Bacon Custer (1842-1933), wife of George Armstrong Custer for 12 years and his widow for 57 years. After Custer's disastrous confrontation with the Sioux and Cheyenne at the Little Big Horn on June 25,1876, Libbie Custer set out to rehabilitate his image. She made a good living from her books and lectures about her late husband, and died at the age of slmost 91, leaving a $100,000 estate.

  • Cindy Rennicke

    Elizabeth Bacon Custer 1842-1933, wife of General George Armstrong Custer. I wrote my college senior thesis about her.

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