Downloadable below is a document I drew up back in 2011 in relation to the Irish that served in June 1876 with George Armstrong Custer.
Illustration by Charles Marion Russell, Wikimedia Commons
Read the details of the Irish with Custer starting here: Part 1: The 'Greening' of the 7th Cavalry
Part 1: The 'Greening' of the 7th Cavalry
Part 2: For 'Garryowen' and Glory
Part 3: The Road to 'Fiddler's Green'
Part 4: 'Big Village. Be Quick. Bring Packs'
Part 5: For Custer's Irishmen, An Seastán Deiridh
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