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Bugles Banners & War Bonnets: From Fort Riley to the Little Big Horn A Study of Lt. Colonel George A. Custer’s 7th Cavalry, the Soldiers, their weapons and equipment

by Reedstrom, Ernest L., Don Russell, Editor

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  • hardcover
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Light blue full pebble cloth boards, dark blue lettering on front board and spine, profusely, illustrated The only flaw on this book is the binding is lightly pushed at headband. Jacket has light wear to head and heel of spine, small mark to rear panel near bottom edge.


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Bugles Banners & War Bonnets
Reedstrom, Ernest L., Don Russell, Editor
Book condition
second hand - Very Good+
Jacket condition
Very Good+
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First Edition
The Caxton Printers Ltd
Place of Publication
Caldwell, Idaho
Date Published
8.75 X 11.25”
8.75 X 11.25”

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Boise, Idaho
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