George Armstrong Custer Poster
George Armstrong Custer Poster – Colonel U.S. 7th Cavalry
Not only was Ulysses Grant a real military genius, he was an astute politician. In 1875 President Grant knew there was a possibility that George Custer could be the Democratic Candidate for the Presidency in the next election. Grant knew Custer; knew he was charismatic, liked to talk, and knew how to do it. Everything the President wasn’t. So President Grant had Custer transferred out west, knowing that there’d be a good chance Custer would get himself killed. Custer couldn’t help himself, and on June 25, 1876 his headstrong, break-neck attack methods sealed his fate, and that of his command against the 2000 or more Sioux and Cheyenne at the Little Big Horn or Greasy Grass River.
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