Disturbed by portents and haunted by dreams and premonitions, the men of the Seventh followed Custer into the valley of the Little Bighorn with trepidation. Ahead of them, brought together by the great Lakota mystic, Sitting Bull, was the largest gathering of plains Indians ever assembled. And Custer was eager to confront them.But many of his men doubted Custer's ability to command. Many of them feared the worst. And some of them knew they were going to die...
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