Item description for McFarland: The Life and Times of George Armstrong Custer After the Little Big Horn by W. Jeffrey Dasovich...
George Custer is saved from the battlefield at the Little Big Horn by the Cheyenne women. The squaws are looting the bodies of the fallen troopers of the 7th Cavalry after the battle. The women recognize "Yellow Hair" critically wounded and since he had "married" Monahsetah, a Cheyenne woman some eight years earlier they save him from death in spite of their hatred for him. From there, after his recovery, our story unfolds and relates his adventures including working for the U. S. Government as an undercover operative. The story concludes some fifteen years after he is saved from death.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.43" Weight: 0.54 lbs.
Release Date Mar 5, 2005
Publisher Outskirts Press
ISBN 1932672605 ISBN13 9781932672602
Reviews - What do customers think about McFarland: The Life and Times of George Armstrong Custer After the Little Big Horn?
A fun, "summer read" ... Apr 21, 2005
A fun, quick, "summer read", particularly for alternative history buffs and lovers of "what if" fiction. In his first book, Dasovich explores the possibility of Custer's survival of the Battle of Little Big Horn and weaves a fascinating, and totally plausible, scenario of the subsequent years, touting his considerable knowledge of that period in history by intermixing characters, both real and imagined, with events that did and sometimes could have actually happened.