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Walter M. Camp"s Little Bighorn rosters

Camp, Walter Mason

Walter M. Camp"s Little Bighorn rosters

by Camp, Walter Mason

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Published by Arthur H. Clark Co. in Spokane, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. Army. Cavalry, 7th.,
  • United States. Army. Cavalry, 7th -- Registers.,
  • Little Bighorn, Battle of the, Mont., 1876.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Other titlesCamp"s Little Bighorm rosters, Little Bighorn rosters
    Statementannotated by Richard G. Hardorff.
    SeriesHidden springs of Custeriana ;, 12
    ContributionsHardorff, Richard G.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE83.876 .C19 2002
    The Physical Object
    Pagination230 p. ;
    Number of Pages230
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3569530M
    ISBN 100870623184
    LC Control Number2002071647
    OCLC/WorldCa49936117

    Riding into glory: an introduction to the Battle of the Little Bighorn; Robert J. Ege book drafts, ; Robert Spurrier Ellison papers, ; Roll call on the Little Big Horn, 28 June Walter M. Camp's Little Bighorn rosters; Walter Mason Camp papers; War with the Sioux; Where Custer and his men fought and died! June   Doran in Horsemanship states on p. that, in , "Kanipe told Walter Camp that he had not reported to either McDougall or told Camp that he reported to a civilian, William Waggoner, the chief packer." No reference/citation is given. On pp. , Doran discusses the problem of scatter of the Camp materials and on p "The reader will have to trust this author that he.

      In Hammer's book, Custer in Walter Camp's Notes on the Custer Fight, on pg 7, he lists among his LBH interviews one with William Heyn, 1st Sgt for Company A 7th Cavalry. And while he refers to the interview in another document (Hardorff, On the Little Bighorn With Walter Camp, p. 38), I cannot find the interview. Walter M. Camp () was an indefatigable collector of Custeriana who set himself the intimidating task of interviewing every living survivor of the battle at the Little Bighorn. Unfortunately, with Camp's death this information was scattered. This volume gathers his most important material, much of which was not previously available.

    Two days later the sergeant helped bury two 7th U.S. Cavalry soldiers—Corporal John Foley and Sergeant James Butler—apparently killed while in flight from the Battle of the Little Bighorn. “On June 28 a.m. we went over to Custer battlefield to bury the dead,” Sergeant Roy told Walter Mason Camp, who interviewed dozens of Little Bighorn. 4. March to the Little Bighorn 5. Reno Attacks 6. The Annihilation of Custer 7. Reno Besieged 8. Rescue 9. Collapse of the Sioux Custer Battlefield Today Campaign Maps c. APPENDIXES I. Officers of the 7th Cavalry at the Battle of the Little Bighorn II. Low Dog's Account of .


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Liddic, Bruce R and Paul Harbaugh, eds. Custer & Company: Walter Camp's Notes on the Custer Fight. Lincoln: Bison Books, ISBN ; Camp, Walter Mason. Camp, Custer, and the Little Bighorn: a collection of Walter Mason Camp's research papers. by Richard G. Hardorff. El Segundo, CA: Upton and Sons, Walter M.

Camp's Little Bighorn Rosters. Spokane, WA: Arthur H. Walter M. Camps Little Bighorn rosters book Clark Co., First edition.

Hardcover. Hidden Springs of Custeriana, No. of limited edition of Valuable resource drawn from Camp's voluminous materials. Near Fine. No DJ, as Issued. Item # ISBN: Price: $ save 10% $   On the Little Bighorn With Walter Camp A Collection of W. Camp's Letters, Notes And Opinions on Custer's Last Fight (Montana and the West series) Walter Mason Camp.

Hardcover. 2 offers from $ Camp, Custer, and The Little Big Horn (Montana and The West Vol. 10) Walter Mason Camp. out Reviews: Walter Mason Camp () was a railroad engineer and writer, in the midwestern United States. Camp also preformed research on the history of the India Wars of the Plains, in particular the Battle of the Little Big Horn of Walter Camp was born on Ap to Treat Bosworth Camp and Hannah A.

Brown in Camptown, Pennsylvania. The following company roster is found in Custer’s Best. CPT Thomas H. “Tucker” French (Company Commander) [CW] [V2] (MB) {7} 1LT Edward G.

“Bible-Thumper” Mathey (detached to command the pack train) [V3] 2LT James G. “Jack” Sturgis (detached with Company E) (KIA) 1SG John “Paddy” Ryan (Company First Sergeant) [CW] [V3] (RS) {3} SGT Patrick “Patsy” Carey (WIA) [V2] (MB) (RT).

The Bare Bones List is a tool borne of the author’s own research for the book “Custer Survivors ” as a quick reference to help locate the names of battle participants at the Little Bighorn fight across authoritative sources.

Walter Mason, and Richard G. Hardorff. Walter M. Camp’s Little Bighorn Rosters Hidden Springs of. Walter Mason Camp is the author of Camp, Custer, and the Little Bighorn ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), On the Little Bighorn wi 5/5(5). Custer and Company by Walter Camp,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Walter M. Camp's Little Bighorn Rosters. Spokane, WA: Arthur H. Clark Co., First edition. Hardcover. Hidden Springs of Custeriana, limited edition of Valuable resource drawn from Camp's voluminous materials.

Inscribed by the editor as "#2 of nine copies presented to the author by the publisher 12/9/02" and signed "R. Dutch Hardorff.".

Marcus Albert Reno (Novem – Ma ) was a United States career military officer who served in the American Civil War where he was a combatant in a number of major battles, and later under George Armstrong Custer in the Great Sioux War against the Lakota (Sioux) and Northern is most noted for his prominent role in the Battle of the Little Bighorn, where he.

"This volume of never-before-published material is the result of the avocational efforts of the late Walter M. Camp, who was fascinated with the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Camp, who died in before he could complete his proposed masterpiece, spoke with and corresponded, between andwith individuals who either belonged to Custer's cavalry or to his Indian scout force, or.

Editor's note: Rosters of the 7th Cavalry have been published repeatedly in specialized books on the Little Bighorn River fight. Probably no two rosters have been identical. Walter Camp developed his rosters from his interviews and included some of the recruits who joined the regiment after June and were known as the "Custer Avengers.".

Item Details “Little Bighorn Rosters” by Walter M. Camp, Volume XII of ‘The Hidden Springs of Custeriana" series published by Arthur H. Clark. Date of publicationSpokane, Washington, pp. As per signature page in back of book, printed in a limited edition of copies, of which this is a publisher’s proof copy.

Brig. Gen. Alfred Terry, or mentioned it when responding to criticism of his own actions at the Little Big Horn battle. Earlier, inWindolph did not mention this Custer-Benteen encounter to Walter Camp.

A Medal of Honor recipient for his actions as a private at Little Big Horn, Windolph may be excused for his fuzzy memory some 60 years. Get this from a library.

On the Little Bighorn with Walter Camp: a collection of W.M. Camp's letters, notes and opinions on Custer's last fight. [Walter Mason Camp; Richard G Hardorff] -- "This volume of never-before-published material is the result of the avocational efforts of the late Walter M.

Camp, who was fascinated with the Battle of the Little Bighorn. The Battle of the Washita is one of the most tragic—and disturbing—events in American history. On Novemthe U.S. Cavalry under Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer attacked a peaceful Southern Cheyenne village along the Washita River in present-day western Oklahoma.

This U.S. victory signaled the end of the Cheyennes’ traditional way of life and resulted in the death of Black. On The Little Bighorn With Walter Camp: A Collection of Walter Mason Camps' Latters, Notes and Opinions on Custer's Last Fight (Montana and the West Series Volume Fourteen) - Compiled and Edited by Richard G.

Hardorff ~ This volume of never-before-published material is the result of the avocatioanl offorts of the late Walter M. Camp, who was fascinated with the Battle of the Little Bighorn.Arthur, Mark. Interview by Walter M. Camp. n.d. Unclassified Envelope Camp Manuscript Field Notes.

Walter M. Camp Papers. Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, Crow Agency, Mont. Roster of Troops in the Field, Operating Against Hostile Indians, Commanded by Brigadier-General O.O.

Howard, U.S. Army." Entry The Book of.Curley, White Swan, and Half Yellow Face were the only ones reported present in camp on Little Bighorn J Altogether there were 25 Crow scouts with Bradley, including the 6 sent with Custer on June This looks as if they had run away from Bradley when they heard the result of the Custer fight from the 3 Crows on a.m.

of June