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Custer"s Arikara Indian interpreter

Marvin Woods

Custer"s Arikara Indian interpreter

Frederick Francis Gerard

by Marvin Woods

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Published by Vantage Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gerard, Frederick Francis, -- 1829-1913,
  • Custer, George A. -- 1839-1876 -- Friends and associates,
  • Little Bighorn, Battle of the, Mont., 1876,
  • Indian interpreters -- West (U.S.) -- Biography,
  • Arikara Indians,
  • West (U.S.) -- Biography

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Other titlesFrederick Francis Gerard
    StatementMarvin Woods.
    GenreBiography
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE83.876 .W66 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 264 p. :
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23943762M
    ISBN 100533160529
    ISBN 109780533160525
    LC Control Number2008904015

    The Battle of the Little Bighorn, commonly referred to as Custer's Last Stand, was an armed engagement between combined forces of Lakota, Northern Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes, against the 7th Cavalry Regiment of the United States Army. The battle, which occurred on June 25–26, , near the Little Bighorn River in eastern Montana Territory, was the most prominent action of the Great Sioux. Enemy Heart (Arikara) talks with Welch, Mandan, N.D., Dec. 16th, Beauchamps (Arikara, with trace of French blood), Interpreter. “Wherever I go I hear the name Mato Watakpe, and I have come down to see you today. My name is Enemy Heart. I was a scout with Custer that time we went to .

      Once Curly arrived in camp without injury, tension began to mount between the four scouts. White Man Runs Him was the most bitter and said that Curly left Custer’s command near the lone tepee site before the battle commenced. He believed that Curly ran off with some of the Arikara to take horses from the Sioux village. The hardback book, "Uncovering History: The Legacy of Archeological Investigations at Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument” has a tentative publication date for spring Friends will receive royalty payments for the life of the book, while in print, which will provide Friends more opportunities to help the battlefield.

      The Battle Of Little Bighorn: Chief Two Moon's Own Words - June th "As we topped the low, pine-clad ridge and A looked into the hot, dry . On J , Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer and 12 companies of the 7th Cavalry attacked a massive Lakota-Cheyenne village on the Little Bighorn River in Montana Territory. Custer lost not only the battle but also his life, and in so doing achieved : Historynet Staff.


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The Battle of the Little Bighorn, known to the Lakota and other Plains Indians as the Battle of the Greasy Grass and also commonly referred to as Custer's Last Stand, was an armed engagement between combined forces of the Lakota, Northern Cheyenne, and Arapaho tribes and the 7th Cavalry Regiment of the United States battle, which resulted in the defeat of U.S.

forces, was the most. Mitch Bouyer was interpreter for Crow scouts and went with suk ush (One Ahead) was paid $ for April 10 to J $ for service and $ for horse, less 92 cents for tobacco. He was paid for 2 months, 21 days at rate of $ per. Edgar S. Paxson spent his 20 years of research wisely, as his Custer is lance-free in his oil Custer’s Last Stand.

Tragically dying on Jwith his men at his last battle, Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer has lived on as an integral part of America’s cultural heritage. Out of the mire of speculation about the 7th Cavalry. Into Annihilation: The Arikara Story of Custer’s March to, and the Battle of, the Little Bighorn from The Arikara Narrative of the Campaign against the Hostile Dakotas, June, compiled from interviews conducted by the North Dakota State Historical Society with the aged Arikara scouts in at Fort Berthold Reservation.

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$ The Colophon Book Shop was established in in LaGrange, Illinois, by Robert and Christine Liska. The move to New Hampshire was made in and we are now Seller Rating: % positive. Four of Lt. Col. George A. Custer's six Crow scouts pose for a photograph in standing among the tombstones on the Little Bighorn battlefield in this photograph from Herman J.

Viola's book. Fredrick Frances Gerard ( – Janu ) was a frontiersman, army scout, and civilian interpreter for George Armstrong Custer's 7th U.S.

Cavalry during the Little Bighorn Campaign. Biography. Fred Gerard was born in St. Louis in He moved to Fort Pierre, South Dakota in to work as a trapper. He was a trader at Fort Berthold in the Dakota Territory and was for a time Battles/wars: Little Bighorn Campaign.

William C. Slaper was green year old private from Columbus, OH, when he rode with Custer into the valley of the Little Bighorn on J Under the command of Capt. Thomas French and ordered with the rest of Reno's men to charge the huge Indian village, he survived the Seige of the Greasy Grass without injury.

Slaper's description of the scam that the Seventh Cavalry troopers used. Americans couldn’t believe a national hero such as Custer could have been beaten, and so badly. And of course, they wanted revenge – which they got, and which was part of the national tragedy that were the Indian Wars.

Bloody Knife, Custer’s scout, on Yellowstone Expedition, – NARA – Little Big Horn became a by-word for. - Explore gkrib1's board "George Custer & Battle of Little Bighorn" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Battle of little bighorn, George custer and George armstrong pins.

Apr 4, - Explore conradstanley's board "Custer’s Last Gallery" on Pinterest. See more ideas about American indian wars, Battle of little bighorn and Western art pins. The 7th Cavalry Regiment was constituted in the Regular Army on 28 July at Fort Riley, Kansas and organized on 21 September Andrew J.

Smith, a Veteran of the Mexican–American War, who had been a distinguished cavalry leader in the Army of the Tennessee during the Civil War, promoted to colonel, took command of the new : United States Army.

The above refers to the Indian trader at Fort Berthold Indian village. He was also the official interpreter for Custer on his last trip and took in the affair with Reno’s troops. Fred Garrard was the first Indian interpreter employed by General William P.

Carlin and could speak the Sioux, Arikara, Gros Ventre and Mandan languages.Scouts and Interpreters Serving with the Seventh Cavalry at the Time of the Battle of the Little Big Horn See Seventh Cavalry Listings for Additional Information About Each NP = Not Present ~ W = Wounded ~ KIA = Killed in Action.Major Reno, with Companies A, G, and M, plus 35 Arikara Indian scouts, had crossed the Little Bighorn River and charged straight into the unknown, with only the promise to be supported "by the whole outfit" as comfort.

The Arikara mission was to capture, or drive off, the huge pony herds grazing peacefully to the west of the village.