Philadelphia: Blair Publishing Co. 1903. Reprint. Hardcover. Originally published in 1895, this is a general American history book. Includes one chapter, Chapter XI, entitled "How Custer Lived and Died," about his life & Battle of Little Bighorn. Fanciful account, probably racist by modern standards.
Provo, UT: Brigham Young University Press, 1979. First edition. Hardcover. A 7th Cavalry officer and Custer's brother-in-law, Calhoun served as Acting Assistant Adjutant General during Black Hills Expedition in 1874 into heart of Sioux Indian territory. Subtitle: James Calhoun's diary of the Black Hills Expedition. 6155.
Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1969. 2nd Printing. Hardcover. Dust jacket shows very minor shelf wear. The personal narrative of Chief Joseph White Bull among other things of killing a soldier he believed to be George Armstrong Custer, this was translated and edited by James H. Howard in the early 1930s. 10907.