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The “Emerging Civil War Series” Series: The Most Desperate Acts of Gallantry

by Daniel T. Davis I’ve always been fascinated with George A. Custer. As a second grader, I watched the film They Died With Their Boots On. While far from historical fact, it appealed to my imagination. When Kris White and … Continue reading

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George Custer and Buford’s Knoll at Brandy Station

While preparing for my next work in the Emerging Civil War Series, The Most Desperate Acts of Gallantry: George A. Custer in the Civil War, I came across the photo at right that will appear in the book from the Brandy Station … Continue reading

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