General Custer died at the battle of the Little Bighorn, southeastern Montana.
General George Custer was defeated and killed in the Battle of Little Bighorn
The Battle of Little Bighorn
General George Armstrong Custer died at the Battle of the Little Bighorn on June 25, 1876.
Custer, general Custer was one of the us leaders in the battle of little bighorn fighting bravely against 1200 to 1500 plains Indians.
Custer died and was defeated in the Battle of Little Bighorn in 1876.
because he was a director
He got impatient and led his troops to their death.
If you mean General Custer as in Custer's Last Stand, it should be in American History... He was killed during this battle, also known as the Battle of Little Bighorn, for a nearby river.
General Custer is famous for his last stand where every last man in his army was slain by American Indians at the Battle of Little Bighorn in Montana.
They lost becuase they did have a plan
He turned down chemical warfare
The Battle of the Little Bighorn took place on June 25 and 26, 1876. The Battle of the Little Bighorn was in late June 1876, in the valley referred to as the valley of the Little Bighorn, in Montana, where General George Custer encountered a number of Sioux Indians.
Little Bighorn. It is now a national park.
That was the Battle of the Little Bighorn.
George Custer and his entire regiment died at the battle of Little Bighorn.
General Goerge Armstrong Custer
General George Armstrong Custer
I am pretty sure it was the gattling gun....
The Custer Battlefield National Monument was dedicated to a comander by the name of Custer. The actual battle was called the battle of Little Bighorn due to it's being on the side of the Little Bighorn river.
The Gatling Gun, six of them, on the grounds they they would slow his advance.
Taking down General Custer and his 700 men in the year 1876 in The Battle of Little Bighorn.
The Battle of the Little Bighorn was Custer's Last Stand.
No, Custer and his men were all killed.
Lt Colonel Custer Died...
commander George Armstrong Custer
Battle of the Little Bighorn.
Custer the year he died was 1876
he was massacred in the battle of little of Little Bighorn.
George Armstrong Custer .
George Armstrong Custer
Custer was 36 when he died in battle against the Sioux on June 25, 1876. (born December 5, 1839) Though his wartime rank reached Major General, George Armstrong Custer was a Lieutenant Colonel and commander of the 7th Cavalry when he was killed at the Battle of Little Bighorn.
He was the leader of a US cavalry patrol which was destroyed at the Battle of the Little Bighorn by native Americans of the Sioux & Cheyenne tribes.
1887. NEW RESPONDENT. On June, 25, 1876.
General Custer was famous for fighting in the Civil War in the US. He is most known for the 'Battle of Little Bighorn' which is otherwise known as 'Custer's Last Stand'. This is because he fought and lost and all his troops died.
George Custer survived the first Battle of Manasas and Fredrickburg during the US Civil War. He was also at the Battle of the Little Bighorn which he did not survive.
General George Armstrong Custer and much of his family and all his men were killed by Native Americans under the leadership of Sitting Bull at the battle of the Little Bighorn.
General George Armstrong Custer was the commanding officer of the 7th Cavalry, which was defeated by the Sioux at the Little Bighorn.
The 7th Cavalry commander killed at Little Bighorn was George Armstrong Custer. His substantive rank was Lt. Colonel, but he held a brevet major general rank, the same as he had at the end of the Civil War.
Custer got scalped as a result of his ignorance.
the battle of little bighorn and the death of custer
On June 25,1876 at the battle of Little Bighorn.
George Armstrong Custer and his troops.
General George Armstrong Custer performed heroically during the Civil War, but is remembered for being stupid enough to divide his forces and lose every man in his command during the Battle of the Little Bighorn River.
When the Indians killed him!! 1876 The above answer is not appropriate
None. Custer was a colonel at the time of his death. He was a general during the Civil War, but as most were, was reduced in rank after hostilities ended.
Gen. George Armstrong Custer
He won the Battle of Little Bighorn against Custer and his forces.
Custer had more courage than good sense.