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Frank Huston's Story of the Battle
FRANK HUSTON'S COMMENTS
IN MARCH, 1925, he [Frank Huston] wrote me: "I differ with you on the point that the 'cognoscenti' of those days owe it to posterity to become garrulous. They were not exactly Sunday School scholars, you know...
"I will not hint, nor will I talk, but as Hoffman knows, I was one of the bunch that helped Rain (Rain In The Face) escape from the guard house. I saw Tom Custer kick and slap Rain while troopers held him a prisoner, and I got out of the Post Trader's before they came back to get me. I was a squaw man, yes; but I was not present at the Little Big Horn. I was 50 miles away headed thereto. But O -- how I would have liked to have been there! Yet as a matter of fact...
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