Fate brought Custer and Sitting Bull together one bloody June evening at the Little Bighorn—and marked the end of the Wild West
Thomas Berger, the author of a classic novel of the American West, speaks about its long-awaited sequel—and about what is to be learned in the challenging territory that lies between history and fiction
Our greatest Western novelist deciphers Crazy Horse, Custer, and the hard year of the Little Bighorn
Starting with a single, haunting battlefield image, an amateur photo detective managed to reconstruct a forgotten photographer’s life and uncover a treasure of Indian portraits.
No battle in American history has won more attention than the relatively insignificant defeat at the Little Bighorn River in 1876.
A Cheyenne historian whose grandfather was in the battle sheds new light on the slaughter of Custer and his troopers
So spoke Sitting Bull, greatest of Sioux chiefs, as he bitterly watched his people bargain away their Dakota homeland