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    John Sivertsen: Twelve Unfired Rounds Found Near His Effects. All of the troopers carried a quantity of spare ammunition in their saddle bags. The leather bag undoubtedly rotted and crumbled away many years ago.

    Pictured on page 287 of Glenwood Swanson's G. A. Custer: His Life and Times and accompanied by a Glen Swanson Letter of Authenticity and a Certificate of Authenticity from Jason Pitsch, President of the Reno Battlefield Museum and owner of the property on which they were uncovered. To view the pages from the above book regarding the Sivertsen Collection, click here.
    From the Glenwood Swanson Collection.


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    June, 2018
    9th Saturday
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