|Author:||Custer Elizabeth Bacon|
|Title:||?Boots and Saddles? or Life in Dakota With General Custer|
|Format:||azw lrf lit mobi|
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|Publisher:||BiblioLife (August 20, 2009)|
Elizabeth Bacon Custer. Elizabeth Bacon Custer (1842 - 1933) was the wife of General George Armstrong Custer, a United States Army officer and cavalry commander in the American Civil War and the Indian Wars. ents a brilliant piece of propaganda aimed at glorifying her dead husband’s memory. MoreLess Show More Show Less.
The honeymoon of Elizabeth Bacon and George Armstrong Custer was interrupted in 1864 by his call to duty with the Army of the Potomac. She begged to be allowed to go along, thus setting the pattern of her future life. From that time on, she accompanied General Custer on all of his major assignments, aside from the summer Indian campaigns - "The only woman," she said, "who always rode with the regiment. Her story, told by herself, is an absorbing adventure.
Personal Name: Custer, Elizabeth Bacon, 1842-1933. Varying Form of Title: Boots and saddles. Varying Form of Title: Life in Dakota with General Custer. A winter's journey across the plains Our life's last chapter. Personal Name: Custer, George A. (George Armstrong), 1839-1876. From that time on, she accompanied General Custer on all of his major assignments, aside from the summer Indian campaigns-"the only woman," she said, "who al The honeymoon of Elizabeth Bacon and George Armstrong Custer was interrupted in 1864 by his call to duty with the Army of the Potomac. This memoir is the story of their marriage and their life in the military, specifically the period from 1873 until Custer’s death at the Little Big Horn in June 1876. Duting this period, Custer and the 7th Cavalry he commanded were dispatched to Dakota Territory to protect the westward expansion of the railroad and keep the Indians on their reservations.
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Elizabeth Clift Custer (née Bacon; April 8, 1842 – April 4, 1933) was an American author and public speaker, and the wife of Brevet Major General George Armstrong Custer, United States Army. She spent most of their marriage in relatively close proximity to him despite his numerous military campaigns in the American Civil War and subsequent postings on the Great Plains as a commanding officer in the United States Cavalry.
General custer’s literary work. Chapter XVI. Indian depredations. Chapter XIX. General custer’s library. Tenting on the Plains or General Custer in Kansas and Texas. By Elizabeth B. Custer.
Boots and Saddles is in reality a bright and sunny sketch of the life of Mrs. Custer's late husband, General George A. Custer, who fell at the battle of Little Big Horn. After the war, General Custer was sent to the Indian frontier. His wife was of the party and she is able to give in minute detail the story of her husband's varied career since she was almost always near the scene of his adventures