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Crazy Horse and Custer: The Parallel Lives of Two American Warriors Quotes

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"The crucial difference was discipline. Custer got his men to charge because he could threaten them with something worse than the risks of the battlefield if they did not," (p. 206).

"But she hid her feelings and did as she was told," (p. 211).

"Sitting Bull: I have just one more word to say. Of course, if a man is a chief, and has authority, he should be proud, and consider himself a great man," (p. 480).

"Then Custer sent Charlie Reynolds on a dangerous ride to Laramie, Wyoming...and by the end of August 1874 the New York Tribune and other papers were carrying sensational stories about gold in the Black Hills,' (p. 379—footnote #13) [the Sioux owned the Black Hills].

"Crazy Horse meanwhile was in the biggest trouble of his life," (p. 338).

"The night before the lovers ran away..." (p. 339).

"Spring came late to the Powder River country in 1867, but...

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