George Armstrong Custer Photos

George Armstrong Custer (1839-1876) gained fame for his exploits during the Civil War. While in command of cavalry troops charged with bringing Indians under American control, he and his troops were ambushed and killed almost to the last man at the Battle of the Little Bighorn, known as Custer's Last Stand.

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Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer by Robert Lindneux at Woolaroc Museum. Bartlesville, OK.Custer's Last Battle mural by F. Pedretti in Senate chamber of Montana State Capitol. Helena, MT.The Custer Fight painting by William Herbert Dunton at Buffalo Bill Historical Center. Cody, WY.Custer's Last Stand painting by Edgar S. Paxson at Buffalo Bill Historical Center. Cody, WY.
Portrait of General George Armstrong Custer (1839-1876) by Robert Lindneux at Woolaroc Museum. Bartlesville, OK.Custer's Last Battle mural by F. Pedretti in Senate chamber of Montana State Capitol. Helena, MT.The Custer Fight painting (c1915) by William Herbert Dunton at Buffalo Bill Historical Center. Cody, WY.Custer's Last Stand painting (c1899) by Edgar S. Paxson at Buffalo Bill Historical Center. Cody, WY.
Painting of Custer's Last Stand by Frederic Remington at Woolaroc Museum. Bartlesville, OK.Painting of Custer's Last Fight by William Robinson Leigh at Woolaroc Museum. Bartlesville, OK.Advertising poster for Custer's Reserve Whiskey showing General Custer in charge on Black Kettle's Indian Village in 1868 at Autry National Center. Los Angeles, CA.Poster of Custer's Last Fight painted by Cassily Adams & distributed to taverns by a beer company at Buffalo Bill Museum. Lookout Mountain, CO.
Painting of Custer's Last Stand by Frederic Remington at Woolaroc Museum. Bartlesville, OK.Painting of Custer's Last Fight by William Robinson Leigh at Woolaroc Museum. Bartlesville, OK.Advertising poster for Custer's Reserve Whiskey showing General Custer in charge on Black Kettle's Indian Village in 1868 at Autry National Center. Los Angeles, CA.Poster of Custer's Last Fight painted (1884) by Cassily Adams & distributed to taverns by a beer company at Buffalo Bill Museum. Lookout Mountain, CO.
Poster of Custer's Last Stand presented by Buffalo Bill's Wild West show at Buffalo Bill Historical Center. Cody, WY.Cody with the Army, Chief of Scouts & Guides under Generals Kearney, Sherman, Sheridan, Custer, Hancock, Miles, Merrit, Royal, Carr, Forsythe, Terry & others on Cody Scenes of Life poster. CO.Poster of some famous U.S. Generals under whom Buffalo Bill served including Custer, Sherman & Sheridan at Buffalo Bill Historical Center. Cody, WY.Boots & Saddles book by Elizabeth B. Custer after Little Bighorn death of husband at Autry National Center. Los Angeles, CA.
Poster (1904) of Custer's Last Stand presented by Buffalo Bill's Wild West show (printed Courier Co., Buffalo) at Buffalo Bill Historical Center. Cody, WY.Cody with the Army, Chief of Scouts & Guides under Generals Kearney, Sherman, Sheridan, Custer, Hancock, Miles, Merrit, Royal, Carr, Forsythe, Terry & others on Cody Scenes of Life poster. CO.Poster (c1887) of some famous U.S. Generals under whom Buffalo Bill served including Custer, Sherman & Sheridan (printed A. Hoen & Co., Baltimore) at Buffalo Bill Historical Center. Cody, WY.Boots & Saddles book (1885) by Elizabeth B. Custer after Little Bighorn death of husband at Autry National Center. Los Angeles, CA.
Log building of Fort McPherson HQ building now moved to Lincoln County Historical Museum. North Platte, NE.Fort McPherson HQ interior where General Sheridan, Cody, Custer were posted, now at Lincoln County Historical Museum. North Platte, NE.Major General Custer statue in Wall Drug Store. Wall, SD.Major Marcus Reno & former governors' house. Reno was the highest ranking officer to survive "Custer's Last Stand" at Little Big Horn. Harrisburg, PA.
Log building of Fort McPherson HQ building (1863) now moved to Lincoln County Historical Museum. North Platte, NE.Fort McPherson HQ interior where General Sheridan, Cody, Custer were posted, now at Lincoln County Historical Museum. North Platte, NE.Major General Custer statue in Wall Drug Store. Wall, SD.Major Marcus Reno & former governors' house (1841-5) (223 N Front St.). Reno was the highest ranking officer to survive "Custer's Last Stand" at Little Big Horn. Harrisburg, PA.

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