Kristin Taylor-Secondary Source #1

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Kristin Taylor HIS 109-C7Z1 Dr. Joseph Marcum March 16 th , 2015 Secondary Source #1 Have you ever wanted to wonder what Little Big Horn and the history of it? This article is to inform you about Custer and what he was about back in the past and what he went through growing up and so on and so forth. The title of the secondary source that is mentioned is called Custer, the Little Bighorn and History. The year that this secondary source was created was June 2006. However, this really educational piece was written by Louis Kraft and he is author and historian as well. The thesis of this document that came to my opinion was that although he was a really popular figure from his own time frame, the disaster that doomed George Armstrong Custer on Little Bighorn permanently secured his place in the American mind and mythology. This is a really good statement because it shows what this entire individual went through especially in the Battle whenever he was fighting for his life to protect others from danger so that they wouldn’t get hurt too. First of all, the main points that really back up this article is keeping the peace in the defeated South during the Reconstruction period and protecting westward expansion from Indians who objected to the invasion of their land as well. However, with Custer’s war record he had a whole lot of strong backers and treatment that was preferential. Also,
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  • Spring '14
  • BarbaraE.Davis
  • Biology, The Land, George Armstrong Custer, Battle of the Little Bighorn, Little Bighorn, Custer

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