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The Journal of the Friends of the Little Bighorn Battlefield
"You have done a magnificent job with a stellar list of authors. I think you may have set a standard you cannot meet in the future. Hearty congratulations on this issue." Robert Utley
The purpose of “Ghost Herder” is to support the management
goals and objectives of Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument. Think of
it as a living biography of the battlefield. Historian Jim Donovan describes it
as one of the best edited journals he has read in years.
Plains Indian historian and Friends member, chronicles the evolution of Indian
testimony from rejection to acceptance.
Kingsley Bray studies one aspect of the battle: who killed
Charley Reynolds and
Bloody Knife? Bray found new evidence – never published – that will make one
consider his theory seriously.
Or purchase a copy when visiting the battlefield visitor center bookstore managed by Western National Parks Association.
Copyright 1999-2013 Bob Reece
Friends Little Bighorn Battlefield, P.O. Box 636, Crow Agency, MT 59022