On the morning of June 25th, 1876, Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer made a fateful decision to attack a large Native American village camped on the banks of the Little Big Horn River. It was a decision that would cost him his life, the lives of 268 of his men, and the lives of over 60 Native Americans defending their right to live free. Myths, mysteries, and legends of this fight have grown for over 142 years, elevating a lonely patch of dirt and grass, dotted with white and brown tombstones, to mythological proportions. How did this apocalyptic clash of cultures happen? What is true, and what is conjecture? What really happened? Experience the entire battle as it was told by the survivors. Foreword by award-winning author and historian, Frederic C. Wagner III with additional research articles from the author.