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    George Armstrong Custer: Newspaper Accounts of the Massacre. Five [5] newspapers with reports on the Battle of Little Big Horn. Includes: the Wilkes-Barre "Record of the Times" for April 17, 1877 with an eyewitness account on the front page, the Columbus "Daily Ohio State Journal" for July 31, 1876 with front page articles about Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse and Red Cloud, the "Boston Daily Advertiser" for July 10, 1876 has a front page account of the massacre, the "Morning Oregonian" for August 2, 1876 has an "Indian account of the battle with Custer" on the front page, and "The Chicago Daily Tribune" for November 18, 1877 has Sitting Bull's version of the battle on page five.

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