Letter of the Secretary of the Interior, Communicating . . . Information in Relation to the Character of the Indians Killed or Captured by United States Troops under the Command of General George A. Custer. 8vo, disbound; 40th Congress, 3rd Session, Ex. Doc. 36, Washington, 1869. Letter of the Secretary of War, Communicating . . . Information in Relation to the Late Indian Battle on the Washita River. 40th Congress, 3rd Session, Ex. Doc. 18. Washington, 1869 Forepaugh's Wild West Show. Program titled "The Progress of Civilization: Thrilling Incidents in Actual Border Life in the Wild West," advertising a Little Bighorn re-enactment and other attractions; corners of wrapper torn. Np, circa 1888 Map titled "Custer's Battle-Field" by Sgt. Charles Becker with a portion of the related report Pair of receipts addressed to "Col. Edgerly," apparently Little Bighorn veteran Winfield Scott Edgerly, 1904 Group of 16 photographs of United States Congressman Samuel J. Barrows and his family, mounted on one scrapbook sheet, circa 1887. Barrows had served under Custer in the Black Hills; his wife Isabel Chapin Barrows was the first woman employed by the State Department.
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