|Typescripts and news clippings regarding the Battle of the Little Big Horn River.|
|Description: ||Typescripts and news clippings regarding the Battle of the Little Big Horn River.
a. the first account of the battle, a reprint from the Tribune, Bismarck, South Dakota, July 6, 1876.
b. a map of Custer, South Dakota, 1924.
c. an article typescript from the Denver Post regarding the battle, 1934.
d. newspaper photographs of Young Man Afraid of His Horses, General George Forsyth, Buffalo Bill, Rain-in-the-Face, and Sitting Bull, 1937.
e. “Crazy Horse, Who Led the Sioux at Custer’s Last Fight” from the New York Times Book Review, 1942.
f. National Park Service pamphlet, Custer Battle National Monument, 1956.
g. “Who Killed Custer” by Reginald Laubin, Adventure Magazine, in which White Bull is named as the killer, 1955.
h. announcement clipping of an American Heritage article by Campbell, 1957.
i. letters to the editor of the Arizona Daily Star, criticizing Campbell’s article in American Heritage, 1957.
j. “Where is Custer’s Gold,” by D. D. Dotson, Denver Post, 1957.
k. “Identity of General Custer’s Slayer Revealed by Writer; Secret Kept Until Indian Died,” from The Wichita Eagle, 1957.
l. “Indian Who ‘Killed Custer’ Tells of Fight to Death,” from The Lincoln Star, 1957.
m. article by Eagle Bear of the Sioux regarding the Battle of the Little Big Horn River, n.d.
n. news clipping of “Massacre of Custer Retold as Indian Warrior Recalls Slaughter,” n.d.
o. “Custer’s Last Secret Was Well Kept,” from Denver Rocky Mountain News, n.d.
|Collection: ||Campbell, Walter Stanley (1877-1957)|
|Document Location: ||Box 111, Folder 2|