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    George Armstrong Custer: Newspaper Accounts of the Massacre. Four [4] newspapers, including: Virginia City "Daily Territorial Enterprise" for July 16, 1876 with two front page stories on Custer and his legacy (normal browning and chipping to edges), "The Chicago Daily Tribune" for July 15, 1876 with a story of the massacre on page six, "Morning Oregonian" for July 13, 1876 with front page articles on Indian raids and an Indian account of Little Big Horn, and "The Chicago Daily Tribune" for August 21, 1875 reporting on the Black Hills Expedition on page five.

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    November, 2014
    8th Saturday
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