LINKS TO OTHER CUSTER RELATED SITES
(The links below are checked periodically but can change if owners either move sites to a new internet host or decide to no longer maintain the site)
Custer Battlefield Historical & Museum Association (CBHMA) This site as been updated with some interesting new pages as well as the latest news from the largest American 'Custer' Group. A Message Board has recently been added to this site.
Little Big Horn Associates (LBHA) This is the homepage of this organisation of long standing.
Men With Custer UK This is an excellent website that Peter Russell has put together based on his research into the men who hailed from the United Kingdom who were members of the Seventh Cavalry during the 1876 campaign. For those wanting to know more about the individuals, many of whom died at the Little Bighorn, then make this your first stop.
Custer Museum at Garryowen holds a excellent collection of Custer and battle related artefacts.
Tom Custer Home Page A site dedicated to that other Custer who died alongside his more famous older brother.
George Armstrong Custer Home Page Another site to visit.
Against All Odds This is a site put together by Richard Federici which provides links to the Battle of the Little Bighorn and other battles in American History.
Friends of the Little Bighorn The Friends were established in 1998 and their site is worth visiting.
Jim Creitz's site contains a series of pictures of the battlefield and should be checked out.
Fort Abraham Lincoln Foundation provides news from Custer's last home, which is one of the buildings re-built as part of the Foundation's efforts to restore the buildings that would have existed during the tenure of the 7th U.S. Cavalry.
Steve Alexander and his wife Sandy, who have re-enacted the lives of General and Mrs. G A Custer for many years have their website at GeorgeCuster.com, which is worth visiting to find out more about Steve and Sandy's portrayals of Autie and Libbie.
This site dedicated to Myles Keogh is worth a visit.
Custer Lives is a new site that I came across by accident worth a look as it appears to have won a number of awards.
LAST UPDATED 1 APRIL 2016
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