G.A. Custer To The Little Big Horn

G.A. Custer To The Little Big Horn

Andrea Press

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This book by renowned historian Mr. Steve Alexander, traces the life and deeds of George Armstrong Custer from his beginnings to his famous Last Stand and death on June 25th, 1876 near the Little Big Horn River in southeastern Montana Territory. Mr. Alexanders G.A. Custer to the Little Big Horn is an in-depth approach to the always controversial figure and a reflection on the man, his time and the myth through exhaustive research and understanding gained from a whole life of study and dedication.


Steve Alexander spent 32 years in the Telecom industry after graduating from the GTE-Sylvania Tech School, and has been active in Christian ministry for 28 years. His views on the plight of the American inner cities are shaped by over a decade's worth of experience teaching classes in the nation's prisons and working with inner city children in some of America's largest cities. Steve is a family man, having been married to his wife Angela for 33 years, and has taught his three sons the value of hard work. One of his children is an FBI agent, and the other two work in the Telecom industry. He is also a contributing author to the best seller "Million Man March Atonement", a moving spirit filled collaboration between the men who attended this remarkable gathering.

Pub Date: 2011
Format: Hardback with color illus.
Pages: 175
Size: 8.75 x 12.50 inches

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