In March 1865, George Custer surprised North and South alike with an act of kindness to a

Kelly, C. Brian
October 1999
Military History;Oct99, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p90
Relates an incident depicting how Major General George Armstrong Custer behaved quite contrarily to the image he had acquired in Virginia. Accounts showing the bravery of Custer; Incidents depicting Custer's alleged cruelty; How residents of Charlottesville and surrounding Albemarle County responded to Custer's death at the Battle of Little Bighorn, Montana.


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