April 1966

Volume 17
Issue 3

Features 

A Cheyenne historian whose grandfather was in the battle sheds new light on the slaughter of Custer and his troopers

—and America’s greatest fortune up to that time, some $100,000,000. The legal battle that followed, full of tarts and torts and turnabouts, might have been plotted by Dickens

As it Looked Ninety Years Ago…

Anonymous

A carefree Sunday lay ahead for the Oklahoma ’s mess cook. His pockets jingled, and a pretty girl awaited him for a picnic on a warm, white beach. Minutes later he lay entombed at the bottom of Pearl Harbor

George Washington had his Martha; John Adams had his Abigail—and Henry Knox had his Lucy. Or did Lucy have him? She was high-strung, demanding, and stubborn, but she loved him unto death

April 1966

Departments 

READING, WRITING, AND HISTORY