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Curley
Ashishishe
Crow
1856-May 21, 1923

Burial: Custer National Cemetery
Crow Agency, Montana


The following publications contain information about Curley:

Article: "War With the Sioux: Indian Fights and Fighters; Part II – The Last of Custer" Cyrus Townsend Brady • Pearson's Magazine • September 1904.

Article: "Custer's Crow Scouts" • Morgan City Review • 25 October 1922.

Article: "The Picture Post Card: Custer's Last Battle" by Bob Finnegan • Hobbies—The Magazine for Collectors • April 1968.

Article: "Was It Only Custer's Folly?" by Carl W. Breihan • Golden West: True Stories of the Old West • Vol. 4, No. 5 • July 1968.

Article: "Custer's Last Battle" by Charles King, Introduction by Paul L. Hedron Annuals of Wyoming Vol. 48 Spring 1976.

Photograph: "White-Man-Runs-Him, Hairy Moccasin, Curly and Goes Ahead" • Research Review: The Journal of the Little Big Horn Associates • Vol. XII, No. 1978-9 • September 1978.

Cover Illustration: "Curley" by Lisle Reedstrom • Little Big Horn Associates Newsletter • Vol. XVI, No. 7 • July 1982 [labeled as No. 6, June 1982]

Photograph: "Curley" • Research Review: The Journal of the Little Big Horn Associates • Vol. XVII, No. 1983-12 • December 1983.

Article: "Scout Curley" by Fred G. Bond • Little Big Horn Associates Newsletter • Vol. XXIII, No. 8 • September 1989.

Photograph: "More Little Big Horn Faces" • Rare photos of Indian scout Curley, Blacksmith Henry W. B. Meckling and Saddler John G. Tritten are published for the first time. • Greasy Grass, Journal of the Custer Battlefield Historical & Museum Association • Vol. 10 • May 1994.

Article: "Mystery Along Rosebud Creek" by Douglas W. Ellison • On August 3, 1876, troops, including Little Bighorn survivors, made a startling discovery, the bodies of a cavalryman and his horse. • Greasy Grass, Journal of the Custer Battlefield Historical & Museum Association • Vol. 17 • May 2001.

Three articles about Curley from Winners of the West, edited by George Webb • Little Big Horn Associates Newsletter • Vol. XXXVII, No. 2 • March 2003.

Article: "First Sergeant Lemuel Edwin Bobo: Company C, 7th U.S. Cavalry" by Timothy E. Bradshaw, Jr. • Greasy Grass, Annual of the Custer Battlefield Historical & Museum Association Vol. 28 • May 2012.

 

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