THE CROW'S NEST

To date there have been 26 issues of The Crow's Nest. Below is an index of the contents of each issue. If you wish to purchase a copy of those still available you should contact the Secretary.

Volume 1, Number 1

  • Front cover – 'The Decision' by Bill Holm.

  • Editorial – Kevin Galvin outlined the aim of the newsletter and introduced the articles.

  • Presidents Message – Francis Taunton produced a one-page message to members.

  • Chairman’s Message – Lawrence Sherrington told of his amazement of how the CAGB had grown as an informal gathering to a fully pledged organisation.

  • Battlefield News from the Superintendent – Neil Mangum.

  • Black Hills Expedition 1874 – Introduced by Peter Russell, although not formally credited to him.

  • The Deer Rutting Moon Gathering on 18 November 2000 and Agenda for Meeting 5 May 2001 – Peter Russell.

  • Book Review – Little Big Horn by Robert Nightengale reviewed by Francis Taunton.

  • British Custeriana Series – Kevin Galvin.

  • Association Notices.

  • Origin of the Crow’s Nest.

  • Decision at the Crow’s Nest – Brian Pohanka.

 

Volume 1, Number 2

  • Front Cover – 'The Decision' by Bill Holm.

  • Editorial – Kevin Galvin concentrated on the 125th Anniversary and Staff Ride.

  • The Decision – Why Bill Holm produced this excellent piece of art.

  • Meetings in London and York – Peter Russell described the two meetings held on the 17 March 2001 and 5 May 2001.

  • Battlefield News from the Superintendent – Neil Mangum.

  • Whose Last Stand? – John Gould. A personal view of the events at the 125th Anniversary.

  • Riders of the Rosebud Range – Francis Taunton described the ride on horseback to cover the battle of the Rosebud.

  • Exercise Western Trail 2001 – Terry Hurley in conjunction with Lt Col Hugh Taylor (Ministry of Defence) gave another view of the Staff Ride.

  • From Beecher Island to Summit Springs – John Statham described his visit to a number of locations including the Kidder Massacre site.

  • Book Review – Facts about Custer and the Battle of the Little Big Horn by Jerry Russell reviewed by Michael Barrett.

  • Back cover – Photographs of the 125th Anniversary.

Volume 2, Number 1

  • Front cover – 'The Sniper' by David Shanahan.

  • Editorial – Kevin Galvin covered the contents and controversy regarding Kidder.

  • Biography David Shanahan – Artist.

  • The Deer Rutting Moon Gathering 17 November, 2001 – Peter Russell provided news on the event that had included presentations on the 125th Anniversary, Staff Ride and the Big Hole Fight.

  • Rubbing Out Longhair: An Examination of the Indian Story in 1876 – Rod Thomas followed up his talk on 17 March 2001 with this article on how Indian art tells the story of the battle from the Indians perspective.

  • He Thought His Ancestors Came From Orkney – Peter Russell’s article on Custer’s Orkney connection.

  • Treaty Obligations and the Sioux War of 1876 – Francis Taunton.

  • Orders For Custer – John Statham followed up his travel diary in Issue 2 with this article on Kidder.

  • Book Reviews – 3 reviews on:

  • A Dispatch to Custer: The Tragedy of Lieutenant Kidder by Randy Johnson and Nancy Allen reviewed by Kevin Galvin;

  • Flashman and the Redskins by George MacDonald Fraser by Mike Martin;

  • Heartsong by James Welch reviewed by Ken Doran.

  • The Premonition by Don Striver.

  • Back cover – Cooke and the Scouts and Taking the Greys both by David Shanahan

Volume 2, Number 2

  • Front cover – Mari Bolen’s sculpture of Custer

  • Editorial – Kevin Galvin main theme Custer Industry plus normal introduction to articles and reviews.

  • Biography – Mari Bolen.

  • People in the News.

  • The Planting Moon Gathering 18 May, 2002 – Peter Russell.

  • The Kidder Debate Continues – Letter from Don Fisk.

  • The Kidder Memorial Plaque – Peter Russell.

  • Meeting of Scottish Members – Ken Doran.

  • A Celebration of the American West – Mark Gallear describes his visit to the Royal Armouries in Leeds, which included a sketch on Sgt Charles Windolph’s recollections of the battle.

  • A Tribute to Neil Mangum – Kevin Galvin pays tribute to Neil Mangum on his move from LBH to Arizona and for what he achieved at the battlefield.

  • From Bungay to the Little Bighorn – Peter Russell’s three page article on Frederick Nursey who was a member of F Company and died with Custer’s command.

  • The Fate of Company F – Peter Russell describes the fate of F Company commanded by Captain Yates and the British connection.

  • Custer’s Vision – Jerry Brown articulates the vision of events that Custer might have envisaged on the 25 June 1876.

  • Film/Video Review – Darrell Dorgan’s documentary of Fort Abraham Lincoln entitled The Western Edge is reviewed by Mike Martin.

  • Book Reviews:

  • The Mystery of E Troop by Gregory Michno reviewed by Francis Taunton is an in-depth 4-page analysis of the book;

  • Tom Custer: Ride to Glory by Carl Day reviewed by Rosemary Pardoe;

  • The Fatal Environment by Richard Slotkin reviewed by Mike Christian.

  • Statement of Account 1 June 2001  – 31 May 2002

  • Back cover – Colour adaptation of Black and White map from John Gray’s book Custer’s Last Campaign depicting locations of grave markers on the battlefield.

Volume 3, Number 1

  • Front cover – Michael Nunnally painting of Custer as he might have appeared on the day of the battle.

  • Editorial – Kevin Galvin. Opened with tribute to the late Dee Brown and continued the theme of the Custer industry plus comments on articles and reviews.

  • Biography Michael Nunnally – Artist.

  • E-Mail to the Editor – Comments on Book Reviews by Linda Terrell.

  • Respectable Laundresses of the 7th – extract from The Times.

  • Appointment of Vice-Presidents  – two biographies of Derek Batten and Joan Croy.

  • People in the News.

  • Governor’s Invitation – Invitation from Governor of North Dakota.

  • The Deer Rutting Moon Gathering November 2002 – Peter Russell.

  • Custer’s Sergeant Major – William Sharrow – Peter Russell.

  • Winners of the West.

  • Toške Lakotiya Eyapi Hwo? [How do you say it in Lakota?] – Tim O’Sullivan.

  • Lakota – The Language of the Sioux – Harry Seabourne.

  • Casting Custer – Jimmy Perry plus bibliography of Jimmy Perry and photograph.

  • Book Reviews:

  • Custer’s Southern Officer by John Mackintosh and reviewed by Francis Taunton, which is about the life of one of the least controversial officers of the 7th Cavalry, Captain George Wallace;

  • In His Brother’s Shadow: Tom Custer by Roy Bird reviewed by Rosemary Pardoe;

  • Scalp Dance by Thomas Goodrich reviewed by Mike Martin.

  • Back cover – Michael Nunnally artwork, a cameo of officers of the 7th.

Volume 3, Number 2

  • Front cover – ‘Victory Celebrations’ by David Shanahan.

  • Editorial – Kevin Galvin. Linked the two dedications in the USA and Editors trip to Civil War Battlefields plus introduction to articles and reviews.

  • Letter to Editor – Tom O’Neill discusses Deep Ravine and suggests the debate should be put to sleep.

  • Report on Lecture by Barbara Sutteer a past NPS at LBH who gave a lecture at the Royal Armouries in Leeds in May 2003 – Mike Christian.

  • People in the News

  • It’s Playing Our Tune (But only on Fridays!) - Kendal Town Hall Clock plays Gary Owen every Friday – this report by Mike Christian.

  • The Planting Moon Gathering, 17 May 2003 – Peter Russell.

  • From Bear Butte to the Little Bighorn by Neil Gilbert.

  • Yes! Let Me Like A Soldier Fall by John Mackintosh.

  • The Man Behind the Ridge by Kevin Connelly.

  • Kevin Connelly alias Sergeant Jeremiah Finley

  • Kidder Party Memorial Plaque Dedication by Randy Johnson.

  • Book Reviews:

  • In Search of Libbie Custer: A Wounded Thing Must Die by Jeremy Poolman and reviewed by Mike Martin;

  • Custer, Black Kettle and the Fight on the Washita by Charles Brill and reviewed by Kevin Galvin;

  • American by Blood by Andrew Huebner reviewed by Derek Ware.

  • Statement of Account 1 June 2002 – 31 May 2003.

  • Back cover – Photographs taken by Sandy Barnard at Indian Memorial Dedication.

Volume 4, Number 1

  • Front cover – ‘Here Fell Custer’ by Eric von Schimdt.

  • Editorial – included tribute to Jerry Russell.

  • Letter to the Editor from Peter Harrision.

  • Biography – Eric von Schimdt – Artist – Kevin Galvin

  • 2004 Super Bowl Winner's Ancestor – Peter Russell.

  • People in the News.

  • The Deer Rutting Moon Gathering on 15 November 2003 – Mike Christian and Peter Russell.

  • Yr Unig Gymro The Lone Welshman [Sgt James] by Peter Russell.

  • Fate of the Grey Horse Troop – Peter Russell describes the fate of E Company commanded by Captain Smith and the British connection.

  • Scottsville on the James – Peter Russell.

  • Mark Kellogg – The 7th Cavalry's First Embedded Reporter – Sandy Barnard.

  • A Dane Who Survived the Little Big Horn Fight [Jans Mollar] by Leif Rudi .

  • Book Review – Custer Victorious by Gregory Urwin reviewed by Kevin Galvin.

  • Back cover – ‘Here Fell Custer’ by Eric von Schimdt.

 

Volume 4, Number 2

  • Front cover – ‘Trumpeter Fisher and Lt Hodgson’ by Ralph Heinz.

  • Editorial – Once again the death of a member – Colin Taylor – featured in the opening paragraph. The rest of the Editorial highlighted the contents and eluded to a possible future article comparing the Sioux War of 1876 with the Anglo-Zulu War of 1879.

  • Colin Taylor Tribute by Barry Johnson.

  • Biography – Ralph Heinz – Artist – by Kevin Galvin.

  • The Planting Moon Gathering on 15 May 2004 –  Mike Christian and Peter Russell.

  • Custer’s Osage Scouts by Arthur Shoemaker.

  • Custer’s Quartermaster Sergeant – T W Causby by Peter Russell.

  • Book Reviews:

  • Frontier Soldier by William F. Zimmer reviewed by John Robinson

  • Massacres of the Mountains by J. P. Dunn reviewed by Mike Martin

  • Opening of NMAI – Tracy Potter.

  • What the Papers Say – Extracts from Daily Mirror and Bismarck Tribune.

  • UK CAGB Visit the Northern Plains – Photographic Record.

  • People in the News.

  • CAGB Members meet in Ǻlborg – Richard Pratt.

  • Statement of Account 1 June 2003 – 31 May 2004.

  • Back cover – Opening of NMAI photographs.

Volume 5, Number 1

  • Front cover – ‘Captain Keogh and Lieutenant Porter of I Troop’ by Mike Schreck.

  • Editorial – Highlighted a milestone of producing same number of issues as The Guidon.

  • Letter to the Editor regarding 'Guns at the Little Big Horn'.

  • Biography – Mike Schreck – Artist – by Kevin Galvin.

  • The Origins and Ethos of the CAGB – Kevin Galvin.

  • The Deer Rutting Moon Gathering, 13 November 2004 –  Mike Christian and Peter Russell.

  • Back to the Beginning – Little Big Horn Revisited 2004 – Derek Batten.

  • The Final Moments of "Wild I" – Mike Martin.

  • A Dane Who survived the Little Big Horn Fight – Leif Rudi Ernst.

  • The Battle of Appomattox Station – Peter Russell.

  • California Joe.

  • A Visit to the NMAI – Kevin Galvin.

  • Publications.

  • They Call Him, "The Man Who follows Native American Indians".

  • Book Reviews:

  • The Springfield Carbine on the Western Frontier by Kenneth Hammer reviewed by Barry C. Johnson;

  • The Man Who Survived Custer's Last Stand Billy Heath by Vincent J. Genovese reviewed by Derek Ware;

  • Sole Survivor An Examination of the Frank Finkel Narrative by Douglas W. Ellington reviewed by Derek Ware;

  • Forgotten Scottish Heroes reviewed by Peter Russell.

  • Back cover – 'Myles Keogh' by Gerry Stevenson.

Volume 5, Number 2

  • Front cover – ‘His Brother’s Keeper’ by Mark Churms.

  • Editorial – Once again the death of a member – Brian Pohanka, featured in the opening paragraph.

  • Biography Mark Churms – Historical Artist

  • Congratulations from President of CHBMA – Copy of letter from Rod Thomas to congratulate CAGB on reaching 5th Anniversary

  • Letters to the Editor – Letters from Lee Noyes on the subject of the Springfield Rifle, Tom O’Neil on Wild I and Barry Johnson and origins of claims that Keogh used his swagger stick to ‘beat’ his soldiers.

  • The Planting Moon Gathering, 21 May 2005 – Mike Christian and Peter Russell.

  • News from North of the Border by Ken Doran.

  • Brian Caldwell Pohanka – An Obituary by Francis Taunton.

  • People in the News.

  • Magnificent Obsession by Derek Ware.

  • My Life as an Irish Dragoon (Article on being a living historian playing Myles Keogh) by Bill Rini.

  • The Seventh’s Quartermaster by Barry Johnson.

  • Book Review: Red Sabbath by Robert Kershaw reviewed by Francis Taunton.

  • Statement of Account 1 June 2004 – 31 May 2005

  • Back cover – Re-enactment 2005 photographs.

Volume 6, Number 1

 

  • Front cover – ‘The Seventh: Friend and Foe’ by David Todd.

  • Editorial – Kevin Galvin.

  • Letter to the Editor from Mike Martin

  • Biography David Todd – Artist.

  • Biography Paul Smiley – Artist.

  • The Deer Rutting Moon Gathering, 12 November 2005 – Mike Christian and Peter Russell.

  • The Seventh’s Quartermaster [Henry J. Nowlan] by Barry C. Johnson.

  • House named after Nowlan at Fort Huachuca by Kevin Galvin.

  • The Elusive Henry Holden by Peter Russell.

  • Book Review: US Army in the Plains Indian Wars 1851-91 by Clayton K. S. Chun reviewed by Francis Taunton.

  • Back cover – ‘Custer’ by Paul Smiley.

 

 

Volume 6, Number 2

  • Front cover –‘No Way Out’ by David Shanahan.

  • Editorial – Kevin Galvin.

  • From the Chairman.

  • People in the News.

  • The Planting Moon Gathering, 20 May 2006.

  • The Lost Scalp of Delos G. Sanbertson – an investigation by Peter Harrison.

  • Doug Scott at the British Library – Derek Batten.

  • The 130th Anniversary – Megan Reece.

  • Photographs from the Anniversary weekend – Photographs taken by Kevin Galvin (Centrespread).

  • Intuitive Vision v Practical Realities: Custer at the Little Bighorn. An article first published by the US Army Combat Studies Institute. Written by Major William A. L. Campsey.

  • Nowlan Speaks – a short piece on a letter written by Nowlan to Miss Keogh by Elisabeth Kimber.

  • Nowlan at Fort Huachuca – chronicles from post records Nowlan’s time at this post by Kevin Galvin

  • Book Reviews – 2 reviews on:

  • Showdown at Little Big Horn by Dee Brown reviewed by Kevin Galvin;

  • Dog Soldier Justice by Jeff Broome reviewed by Kevin Galvin.

  • Film Review – Custer’s Last Fight by Stuart McCloy.

  • Statement of Account 1 June 2005 – 31 May 2006.

  • Back cover – Photograph of Godalming Parish Church, Surrey taken by Peter Russell and inset photograph of Charles DeRudio who married Eliza Booth at the church in 1855.

 

Volume 7, Number 1

  • Front cover – ‘Get ‘Em Boys’ by Jerry Thomas.

  • Editorial - Kevin Galvin.

  • Biography Jerry Thomas – Artist.

  • Biography Andy Amato – Artist.

  • The Deer Rutting Moon Gathering, 11 November 2006.

  • Trip of a Lifetime by Gordon Richard.

  • The Slain Sergeant [Frederick Wyllyams] by Peter Russell.

  • Frederick Wyllyams: The Photograph by Gary Leonard.

  • Dr. William Abraham Bell by Peter Russell.

  • Custer’s Mission for Benteen by Mike Fox.

  • Re-Riding the 1876 Custer Trail by Michael “Buck” Clark.

  • Mystery Mancunian drowns in Missouri River [Thomas Tattersfield] by John Tattersfield.

  • Documentary Review: A Good Day to Die by Mike Barrett.

  • Back cover – ‘Custer’ by Andy Amato.

 

Volume 7, Number 2

  • Front cover – ‘Thus Far and No Further’ by Rick Reeves

  • Editorial – Kevin Galvin.

  • Biography Rick Reeves – Artist.

  • Biography Kenneth Ferguson – Artist.

  • Letter to the Editor from Barry Wyllyams.

  • E-mail to the Editor from C. Lee Noyes.

  • Custer in Monroe with War of 1812 Veterans? – a photograph.

  • The Moon When the Green Grass is Up Gathering, 9 June 2007.

  • Riding in the Hoof Prints of History by Derek Ware.

  • The Bangor Experience by Derek Batten.

  • The Little Bighorn Alive and Well in British Schools by Robin Sadler, with introduction by Kevin Galvin.

  • Men from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland who served with the 7th U.S. Cavalry Regiment at the time of the Battle of the Little Big Horn – 25 & 26 June 1876 [A schedule of all 64 members plus notes] by Peter Russell.

  • Benteen’s Route and Timing by Mike Fox.

  • Cracking the Horsewhip Story by Peter Harrison.

  • Statement of Account 1 June 2006 – 31 May 2007.

  • Back cover – ‘Brave Bear’ by Kenneth Ferguson.

Volume 8, Number 1

  • Front cover ‘The Victor’ by Michael Schreck.

  • From the Chairman – includes portraits of all five Committee members.

  • Editorial – Kevin Galvin.

  • Emails to the Editors from Mike Fox (Custer’s Mission for Benteen); Don Fisk (Benteen’s Route and Timing) and Steve Goldsmith (Custer and the War of 1812 Veterans).

  • Where was Custer in June 1870? By Peter Russell.

  • The Deer Rutting Moon Gathering, 10 November 2007.

  • “A Fortnight with Sheridan”: Keogh and the 1868 Campaign’ by Elisabeth Kimber.

  • He Died With Keogh [Felix J. Pitter] by Peter Russell.

  • The Bangor Experience – Again by Lawrence Sherrington.

  • The Little Big Horn Alive and Well in British Schools – Part 2 by Daniel Roberts, with introduction by Kevin Galvin.

  • “Lame White Man Fell Near Here” or The History of the Warrior Markers at Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument and How the Markers Almost Never Happened by Bob Reece.

  • Book Review: Touched by Fire: The Life, Death, and Mythic Afterlife of George Armstrong Custer by Louise Barnett reviewed by Kevin Galvin.

  • Back cover – Warrior Markers at the Little Bighorn Battlefield. National Monument – Six photographs by Bob Reece and one by Kevin Galvin.

Volume 8, Number 2

  • Front Cover – ‘Crazy Horse Sacred Warrior’ by Michael Gentry.

  • Editorial – Kevin Galvin.

  • Biography Michael Gentry – Artist.

  • The Planting Moon Gathering, 10 May 2008 – Gary Leonard.

  • Thoughts Whilst on the Custer Re-ride 2008 by Derek Ware

  • No Ordinary Trooper: The Extraordinary Life of Private James Pym by Peter Russell.

  • Crazy Horse – “… one of the most remarkable men of his remarkable race …” by Kevin Galvin.

  • 80th Anniversary of the Death of the Man from Markinch [Peter Thompson] by Peter Russell.

  • Book Reviews:

  • In Custer’s Shadow: Marcus Reno by Ronald Nichols reviewed by Derek Ware;

  • Custer’s Thorn: The Life of Frederick W. Benteen by Jules C. Ladenheim reviewed by Gary Leonard.

  • Statement of Account 1 June 2007 – 31 May 2008.

  • Back cover – ‘Strange Man of the Lakota, Crazy Horse, Oglala Lakota, circa 1876’ by Kenneth Ferguson.

 

Volume 9, Number 1

  • Front Cover – ‘Before the Little Big Horn’ by Howard Terpning

  • From the Chairman.

  • Editorial – Kevin Galvin.

  • Biography Howard Terpning – Artist.

  • No Ordinary Trooper: Private James Pym

  • E-mail to the Editor

  • “…a desperate situation required a desperate effort …”

  • Pym’s application for an Army Pension

  • Letters to the Editors: John Harvey and Derek Batten.

  • The Deer Rutting Moon Gathering, 8 November 2009 – Gary Leonard.

  • Peter Harrison (1947-2009) – Obituary by Gary Leonard.

  • Take the Gatling Guns, by George by Donald Fisk JD.

  • Keogh’s Private Gettysburg Battle by Elisabeth Kimber.

  • Black Elk – An Indian Life by Harry Seabourne.

  • Captain Frederick W. Benteen’s Disobedience at the Little Bighorn – Part 1: The Case for the Prosecution a transcript of the debate held at the 8 November Gathering 2008.

  • Book Review: Crazy Horse: A Lakota Life by Kingsley Bray reviewed by Francis B. Taunton.

  • Back cover – 'Black Elk' by Bernard John.

 

Volume 9, Number 2

  • Front cover – ‘Signalling the Squaws’ by Richard S. Headley.

  • Editorial – Kevin Galvin.

  • Letters to the Editor – Two letters relating to Custer’s messages to Benteen.

  • Visit to United States Military Academy at West Point by Jim Puppe.

  • The Planting Moon Gathering Report, 6 June 2009 – Peter Russell.

  • A Weekend with ‘Friends’ by Kevin Galvin.

  • The Job Custer Almost Accepted by Lawrence Sherrington.

  • Captain Frederick W. Benteen’s Disobedience at the Little Bighorn Part 2: The Case for the Defence – Mike Fox A transcript of the debate held at the 8 November Gathering 2008.

  • A Stab in the Dark (Charles De Rudio) by Peter Russell.

  • Book Reviews:

  • A Terrible Glory: Custer and the Little Bighorn – Lawrence Sherrington;

  • Sitting Bull’s Pipe: Rediscovering the Man, Correcting the Myth – Ian West.

  • Statement of Account 1 June 2008 – 31 May 2009.

  • Back cover – ‘Visions of Glory’ Richard S. Headley.

 

Volume 10, Number 1

  • Front cover – ‘Yellow Hair’ by George Kush.

  • Editorial – Kevin Galvin.

  • From the Chairman – Peter Russell.

  • Biography George Kush – Artist.

  • The Deer Rutting Moon Gathering Report, 7 November 2009 – Gary Leonard.

  • From Montana to the Mount by Derek Batten.

  • Charles De Rudio and Eliza Booth by Peter Russell.

  • Sergeant William H. Sharrow Revisited by Peter Russell.

  • “… paying homage to Comanche ..” by Kevin Galvin.

  • The CAGB: The First Ten Years. A Personal View by Lawrence Sherrington.

  • Fiddler’s Green – Eight members of the Association who died during the last 10 years.

  • Photographs from the last 10 Years – a full colour centre-spread – Kevin Galvin.

  • Major Reno’s Defence. Presented by his ‘Alter Ego’ – Derek Ware.

  • Another Dane who survived the Little Big Horn Fight (Christian Boisen) by Leif Rudi Ernst.

  • Film Review: Little Big Horn – Mike Christian.

  • Book Review: Crossing the Plains with Custer – Rod Thomas.

  • Back cover – ‘Canucks with Custer’ by George Kush.

 

Volume 10, Number 2

  • Front cover – ‘Custer's Last Stand’ by Edward Willard Deming

  • Editorial – Kevin Galvin

  • From the Chairman – Gary Leonard

  • Biography Edward Willard Deming – Artist.

  • Letters to the Editor – Two letters on Custer films relating to the film review in Volume 10, Number 1 and one with reference to the article on Comanche.

  • The Deer Rutting [should have read Planting Moon] Gathering Report, 12 June 2010 – Gary Leonard.

  • My Favourite Book Custer in'76 – Mike Fox.

  • “... an Officer brave and ambitious of distinction ...” (Charles De Rudio) by Peter Russell.

  • Custer and The Crow's Nest by Mike Fox.

  • “Deep Ravine Trail & Beyond”  Field Trip, 26 Jun 2010 by Bob Reece.

  • Book Review: ‘How the West was Spun’ a review of Nathaniel Philbrick's The Last Stand  – Clive Sinclair.

  • Statement of Account 1 June 2009 – 31 May 2010.

  • Back cover – ‘They Fought Custer’ by Michael Schreck.

Volume 11, Number 1

  • Front cover – ‘General Custer at the Little Big Horn’ by Giuseppe Rava.

  • Editorial – Kevin Galvin.

  • From the Chairman – Gary Leonard.

  • Biography Giuseppe Rava – Artist.

  • Biography Carlos Andrea – Artist.

  • Letters to the Editor – Two letters on the article 'The Crow's Nest' by Mike Fox and Peter Russell's continued research into Charles De Rudio.

  • Men With Custer: Biographies of the 7th Cavalry – Peter Russell

  • Custer of the West – Derek Batten.

  • My Favourite Book A Mighty Afternoon – C. Lee Noyes.

  • A Tribute to Major Charles C. De Rudio – Peter Russell.

  • The Deer Rutting Moon Gathering Report, 7 November 2010 – Mike Fox.

  • Sergeant Major William H. Sharrow - more revelations by Peter Russell.

  • The Battle of the Little Big Horn: Part 1 The Opening Moves by Colonel T. A. Gibson OBE with introduction by Francis Taunton.

  • Book Reviews:

  • Uncovering History: The Legacy of Archaeological Investigations at the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, Montana – Derek Batten;

  • Newspaper Chronicle of the Indian Wars (Volumes 5 to 9) – Gary Leonard;

  • Rubbing Out Long Hair Pehin Hanska Kasota: The American Indian Story of the Little Big Horn in Art and Word – Kevin Galvin.

  • Back cover – ‘Son of the Morning Star

Volume 11, Number 2

  • Front cover – ‘Custer Spots the Camp’ by Jay Johnston.

  • Editorial – Kevin Galvin.

  • From the Chairman – Gary Leonard.

  • Biography  Jay Johnston – Artist.

  • Biography  Don Marco – Artist.

  • People in the News

  • My Favourite Custer Book or Books Custer's Last Stand/The Story of General Custer – Vincent Heier.

  • The Planting Moon Gathering Report, 21 May 2011 – Mike Fox.

  • Using the Web to Research the Battle of the Little Big Horn by Mike Fox.

  • Cavalry Memories: A Scottish Soldier in the 7th US Cavalry by Murray Neil.

  • The Battle of the Little Big Horn: Part 2 Showdown by Colonel T. A. Gibson OBE with introduction by Francis Taunton.

  • Book Reviews:

  • G. A. Custer to the Little Big Horn – Francis Taunton;

  • The Killing of Crazy Horse Francis Taunton;

  • Empire of the Summer Moon – Mike Christian.

  • Film Review: Sitting Bull (1954) & 7th Cavalry (1956) Mike Christian.

  • Statement of Account 1 June 2010 – 31 May 2011.

  • Back cover – ‘Legend of Sitting Bull’ by Don Marco

Volume 12, Number 1

  • Front cover – ‘Last Stand Hill’ by Jay Johnston.

  • Editorial – Kevin Galvin.

  • From the Chairman – Gary Leonard.

  • Obituary – Tom O'Neil (1943-2012 – Ken Doran.

  • The Deer Rutting Moon Gathering Report, 5 November 2011 – Mike Fox.

  • My Favourite Custer Book A Road We Do Not Know: A Novel of Custer at the Little Bighorn – Lawrence Sherrington.

  • Rhymes of the Regiment – George Kush.

  • A Blighted Rank? – Majors in the Early Years of the Seventh Cavalry by Gary Leonard.

  • True Heart The Story of Edmund Guerrier by Dee Cordry.

  • Documentary Review – American Experience: Custer's Last Stand – A Review by C. Lee Noyes.

  • Back cover – ‘The Sergeant Major’ by George Kush.

 

Volume 12, Number 2

  • Front cover – 'The Victor' by Jerry Thomas

  • Editorial – Kevin Galvin.

  • From the Chairman – Gary Leonard.

  • Letter to the Editor.

  • People in the News.

  • The Moon When June Berries Are Ripe Gathering Report, 30 June 2012 – Mike Fox.

  • James Calhoun's Forgotten Dispatches in the 'New York World' by Marc H. Abrams.

  • The Dakota War of 1862 by Ronald Teigen

  • Custer of the West: A Review by Clive Sinclair.

  • Statement of Account 1 June 2011 – 31 May 2012.

  • Back cover – ‘Custer of the West’ Original Lobby Card from the Film painted by the late Frank McCarthy.

 
   

Volume 13, Number 1

  • Front cover – 'Come On you Wolverines' by Don Troiani.

  • Editorial – Kevin Galvin.

  • From the Chairman – Gary Leonard.

  • Biography  Don Troiani – Artist.

  • The Deer Rutting Moon Gathering Report – Mike Fox.

  • People in the News.

  • A 'most desperate situation': Tom O'Neill's Valley Fight by Geoff Topliss.

  • Schreyvogel, Remington and "Custer's Demand" by Marc H. Abrams.

  • Custer at Gettysburg: Saviour of the Union? by Kevin Galvin.

  • Book Reviews:

  • Sioux War Dispatches: Reports from the Field, 1876-1877 – Francis Taunton;

  • Custer Clive Sinclair.

  • Back cover – 'Death on the Greasy Grass' - a poem by Neil Dowds.

 

Volume 13, Number 2

  • Front cover – 'Retreat to Last Stand Hill' by Jim Carson.

  • Editorial – Kevin Galvin.

  • From the Chairman – Gary Leonard.

  • Biography  Jim Carson – Artist.

  • The Moon When June Berries Are Ripening Gathering Report, 8 June 2013 – Mike Fox.

  • 'A Gloucestershire Boatman' by Geoff Topliss.

  • "A Very Lively Affair": The Skirmish at Tongue River Heights, 9 June 1876 by Marc H. Abrams.

  • A Warning Flag? by Gordon Richard.

  • Book Review:

  • Where the Custer Fight Began – Kevin Galvin.

  • Wild Geese of the Greasy Grass – Elisabeth Kimber.

  • Kansas Forts & Bases – Gary Leonard.

  • Thunder Rolling on the High Plains – Mike Christian.

  • Custer's Women - Loves and Lovers – Mary Christian.

  • Statement of Account 1 June 2012 – 31 May 2013.

  • Back cover – ‘Panoramic Images from the Little Bighorn' by Sandy Barnard.

 

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