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Horsemanship at Little Big Horn

by:
William Torbitt II (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-4056-3 ©2007
Price: $19.95
Book Size: 8.5" x 11" , 228 pages
Category/Subject: HISTORY / Military / United States

A Cavalry Reenactor looks at the Battle of the Little Big Horn. A horseman’s viewpoint of the tactical deployment reveals the secrets and the real events behind the “Custer Myths.”

Abstract:
This is not just another “Custer Book.” Authors in the past have concentrated on the prejudices of the human participants. This study of how the U.S. Army trained their men and horses grew out of a research project for a reenactment-riding group in Northern Utah It turned into a how raw recruits were turned into good horsemen and a deeper understanding of the magnificent world of horses. It also soon introduced the author to ownership of a horse and learning to ride like a cavalryman. This training and the deployment tactics that were developed by the “Old Army” helped to shape the Custer Fight.

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