Post by benteeneast on Nov 4, 2018 14:18:55 GMT -5
The battle related artifacts have been there since 1876. Kuhlman did not plant the artifacts at Fords C-D. 14 different carbines have been identified by cases found on Battle Ridge Extension. Of those 4 match cases found in the Calhoun Area. This location is north of LSH.
Kuhlman went to the battlefield in 1930 and spent numerous days there after his visit.
Kuhlman only has Custer as far north as LSH. His north south flow is from LSH toward the Calhoun Area.
Kuhlman did not accept Indian accounts.
The Indians oral accounts relate to events from 1876.
An eyewitness to troopers being on Cemetery Ridge places them firing in two directions one covering LSH and the other the Indian and Cavalry site located on Battle Ridge Extension. That photo was taken at the 10 year anniversary. Kuhlman has nothing to do with that photo.
Benteen on his map has trail across Cemetery Ridge. His map was made in real time in 1876.
The artifacts found when constructing the old entrance road are north of Cemetery Ridge. Kellogg's marker in a picture is north of Cemetery Ridge along the old entrance site.
There is overwhelming support of soldiers north of LSH with the artifact evidence discovered by Douglas Scott.
Bottom line is that Kuhlman should have listened to the Cheyennes because they place Custer north of LSH. From there any movement south is the beginning of a North to South flow. Gordon Harper talked with the Cheyennes and their accounts match up with artifacts found north of LSH.