Native American History. Beginning in 1935, Miller collected accounts from seventy-one aged Indians who actually fought in the battle. Twenty-two years of research and study went into Custer's Fall, an astonishing reconstruction of the bloodiest day in the history of the Western frontier.
By R. M. Corson on April 28, 2014
I would highly recommend this book to anyone interested in the history of our nation in relation to Native Americans. This provides a eye opening look of how things really happened...not the history written by the victors, what actually happened.