The Man Who Killed Custer

To Stanley Vestal, the old Sioux warrior White Bull describes the day when he counted his greatest coup

FOREWORD

Few episodes in American history have held more fascination for writers—or the public—than George Armstrong Custer’s Last Stand. More has been written on this relatively unimportant incident in American history than on the Battle of Gettysburg—and probably no two accounts agree in all details.