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BLBHBattle of the Little Bighorn
BLBHBloody Loosers But Happy (gaming)
BLBHBridge Lane Beth Hamedrash (UK)
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Sarah Sadlier enrolled in Professor Scott Sagan's Sophomore College seminar on the Battle of the Little Bighorn, in part because one of her ancestors, "Big Leggins" Bruguier, was an interpreter for Sitting Bull and present in the Little Bighorn camp the day the fighting began.
At the Battle of the Little Bighorn (LBH), a Civil War legend named George Armstrong Custer met death at the hands of Sitting Bull's warriors.
This history of the Battle of the Little Bighorn reads like a novel.
The Battle of the Little Bighorn, which long ago gained mythic proportions, is likely to be studied over and over again, Mr.
The Modoc War - which ended three years before the historically more famous Battle of the Little Bighorn, where Gen.
Custer may have carried into the Battle of the Little Bighorn a Webley Royal Irish Constabulary revolver rather than a standard-issue Model of 1873 Single Action Army revolver.
Custer of the West (1967) Sky Movies Classics, 10.45pm Historical biopic based on the life of the controversial American general who met his end at the bloody Battle of the Little Bighorn.
A corrupt senator coaxes General Custer out of retirement with the prospect of presidential office, and the soldier tries to further his political ambitions by wresting control of the current military campaign from its commanding officer, culminating in Custer's last stand at the Battle of the Little Bighorn.
Heading back to Denver on I-90, we stopped at the Battle of the Little Bighorn memorial, marking where Custer's US Army forces were defeated by Lakota and Cheyenne Indians.
Specific communication discussed include Red Jacket's rhetoric, Leonard Peltier's prison writings, the cultural translation of the Battle of the Little Bighorn and Custer's death, and much more.
It is to prevail." Kerry visits NYU, says he'd have done it all differently and then, by way of constructive ideas, mumbles absurdly about the need to involve America's allies in the occupation, which sounds like General Custer wiring the Canadians to come help him turn the tide at the battle of the Little Bighorn.
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