Battle of the Little Bighorn, battlefield artifacts, George Armstrong Custer, shell casings, bullets, Seventh Cavalry
Over a thousand shell casings and bullets have been found at the location of the Battle of the Little Bighorn. These artifacts have led to many interpretations on the nature of the battle, but there are many problems with these theories. Many of the artifacts are suspect because some of them could have been moved, introduced later, or may not be a representative sample. Any analysis made on the bases of the remaining shell casings and bullets must be made with these limitations in mind.
This is the second article in a two-part series. You can access the first article of the series here.
Original Publication Citation
Winkler, A (2016). Die Schlacht am Little Bighorn und ihre physischen Zeugnisse: Eine Frage der Interpretation (2. Teil). Magazin for Amerikanistik: Zeitschrift for amerikanische Geschichte, 4, 5- 8.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Winkler, Albert, "Die Schlacht am Little Bighorn und ihre physischen Zeugnisse: Eine Frage der Interpretation (2. Teil)" (2016). All Faculty Publications. 1984.
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