A review of the Campaign of 1876 looking over the Custer battle ground a few hours after the massacre by the Sioux.
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Homer Coon, soldier in General Gibbon's command, fought in the Sioux campaign of 1876 and Nez Percé outbreak of 1877.
Two typewritten manuscripts: "The outbreak of Chief Joseph" (WA MSS 109) and "Recollections of the Sioux Campaign of 1876..." (WA MSS 110) Pen and ink sketches: a plan of the battlefield in the Nez Percé war and sketch of the way wounded soldiers from the Battle of the Little Big Horn were transferred to the steamer Far West.
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