By Douglas W Ellison

Vintage paintings on even if Finkel survived the Little great Horn conflict in 1876.

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Graham, The Caster Myth, 290. Ibid. , The Gibson and Edgerly Narratives, 8. Graham, The Caster Myth, 290. SOLE SURVIVOR 52 Continuing on his mission, Martin soon found Benteen and delivered his message, his horse by then being able to move no faster than a jog trot. He also noticed for the first time, after Benteen called his attention to it, that his horse had been wounded in the hip. Getting another horse, Martin rejoined his company. Meanwhile, as previously stated, the Custer battalion had followed Cedar Coulee to its juncture with Medicine Tail Coulee, then started down that coulee and within moments had encountered its first opposition.

Only after the Indians left that evening was the command able to obtain an adequate supply of water for both men and animals. In evidence of the Indians' murderous firepower is the fact that, besides many having been wounded, 11 men had been killed in the second day's fighting alone. Private Richard Dorn of Company B had been killed while waking up Captain McDougall, his company commander. Private Julien D. Jones of H was shot through the heart as he attempted to remove his overcoat while lying on the firing line.

By that time the village had begun to move away to the south, away from the advancing Terry/Gibbon column which was then marching apprehensively up the Little Big Horn. Only after the Indians left that evening was the command able to obtain an adequate supply of water for both men and animals. In evidence of the Indians' murderous firepower is the fact that, besides many having been wounded, 11 men had been killed in the second day's fighting alone. Private Richard Dorn of Company B had been killed while waking up Captain McDougall, his company commander.

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