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Benteen's Scout-To-The-Left, the Route from the Divide to the MorassJune 25, 1876 (Custer Trails Series, Vol 1) e-book

Author:

Roger Darling

Language:

English

Category:

Other

Subcategory:

Humanities

ePub size:

1809 kb

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mbr lit mobi txt

Rating:

4.9

Publisher:

Upton & Sons (March 1, 2000)

Pages:

85

ISBN:

0912783087

Benteen's Scout-To-The-Left, the Route from the Divide to the MorassJune 25, 1876 (Custer Trails Series, Vol 1) e-book

by Roger Darling


Benteen's Scout-To-The. Includes 21 b&w photos, endpaper maps, large folding map, 120p,includes location of morass, Benteen's scout to the left, what happened later to Custer and his command.

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A Sad and Terrible Blunder: Generals Terry and Custer at the Little Big Horn-New Discoveries.

book by Roger Darling. Benteen's Scout to the Left : The Route from the Divide to the Morass, June 25, 1876. A Sad and Terrible Blunder: Generals Terry and Custer at the Little Big Horn-New Discoveries.

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Benteen’s Scout-to-the-Left: The Route from the Divide to the Morass (June 25, 1876). Dunlay, Thomas W. Wolves for the Blue Soldiers: Indian Scouts and Auxiliaries with the United States Army, 1860–90. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1982. Upton and Sons, 1987. Upton and Sons, 1989.

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Illustrations include frontispiece portrait of Benteen and 10 photographs of the route. Volume One of the Custer Trail Series.

Illustrations include frontispiece portrait of Benteen and 10 photographs of the route .

Benteen's Scout-To-The-Left, the Route from the Divide to the MorassJune 25, 1876 (Custer Trails Series, Vol 1.

Benteen's Scout-To-The-Left, the Route from the Divide to the MorassJune 25, 1876 (Custer Trails Series, Vol 1). Mar 1, 2000.

Darling’s study meticulously examines that aspect of the campaign. Custer Trails Series vol. 1. 2nd printing. Upton and Sons, 2000. He drove and walked the route, reconciling official reports with times and distance. How do you rate this product? 1 star.

General Custer's final hours' - subject(s): Little Bighorn, Battle of the, Mont. Charles W. Darling has written: 'Memorial to my honored kindred'. Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights

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Qiahmagha
A must have for your Little Big Horn Battlefield library. A very detailed look at the Benteen movement on that fateful day. Finally a logical and detailed analysis of the route Benteen took during his scout to the left of the Custer battalion. His aerial pictures and scene sketches help orient the reader to the landscape. Although I disagree with his opinion of Benteen and his motives during the scout, it doesn't distract from the importance of this book and the need to have it in your library. I wish I would have been along for the ride.
Olelifan
Mr Darling's book is a must for those interested in detail about Custer's march to the Little Big Horn. Best of all are the many aerial photos he took from his plane that clearly show Benteen's probable trail after he left Custer and the aerials are accompanied by corresponding topographic maps. Additionally, Mr Darling has conducted detail research into the diaries of soldiers to supplement his analysis. This is the second Darling book I have purchased as part of my research into other aspects of the Little Big Horn battle.
The Sinners from Mitar
This is good for those who study history and want to learn more about Custer and the Battle of the Little Big Horn.
Marelyne
Roger Darling has done such an excellent job that it makes one wish that you could saddle a horse and ride across the bluffs as Benteen and his battalion did after leaving the divide. While touring the LHB I was personally able to see where Benteen turned to the left on his scout on what appears to be pretty broken county. Darling's logical determinations finds the three lines of bluffs that Lt. Gibson and his platoon crossed including his final viewing point on the thrd bluff before returning to Benteen and the Battalion in a valley and starting the oblique to the right to join Custer. Excellent four page fold out of a detailed map of the route indicating landmarks, and the geography of the land including elevations, streams, valleys, the morass etc. Although Custer sent messengers to Benteen authorizing him to advance to the next bluff, Darling makes an excellent case that Benteen the expert soildier failed to inform Custer by courier that he found no Indians in the LBH valley to the south or that he was progressing for a return to Custer. Darling notes the land is not as rough as generaly perceived and the book continues to make one think that Benteen could have been a major contributor to Custer's final scene whether the conclusion would have been different is a major question. Short book in pages but concise detail with lots of pictures and the outstanding map.
Wishamac
BENTEEN'S SCOUT GIVES GREAT VISUAL ACCOUNT OF CONTRVERSIAL EVENT THAT IS RARELY EXPLORED IN DETAIL,USUALLY INACCURATELY. THIS BOOK IS A MUST-ADD TO ANY SERIOUS CUSTER COLLECTION.EXPLAINS BENTEEN'S ACTIONS AND ROUTE ALLOWING BETTER INVESTIGATION OF LITTLE BIGHORN DEBACLE.

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