Gentlemen in "fights on the little horn" it says Black Fox was the only scout not to give an account of the battle does anyone know why he didn't best wishes Trish.
From the book "Participants in the battle of the Little Big Horn" by Fred Wagner, the following. (Condensed version)
Basically Black Fox assigned to Renos command, hooked up with Curley early in the fighting. They left the battle scene before the other Rees to get something to eat. Black Fox returned to the area of Reno hill on the evening of the 25th. On the 26th he saw Reno surrounded and may have thought discretion in this case was the better part of valor and left. Now, Black Fox may have thought the other Rees would frown upon his action or it just may be that he didn't see enough of the fight to say anything about it.
Be Well Dan
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