This rather important historical matter, identifying a lost battle ground, carries very important significance for Little Bighorn and its study through implication that in being aware of the different proposed routes of march by the five companies of 7th Cavalry's right wing and attendant Head Quarters accompanying the C.O, Because Camp was aware of discovering battlefield activity through relic hunting, and because it is definately known he undertook this activity at Little Bighorn, his notes should reflect discoveries most certainly at Blummer's ridge and also Luce Ridge. Of course, Walter passed away in 1925, just as the relic discoveries on 'E' of his questionaire map, began coming to light.
Edward S. Godfrey passed away in 1932.
Battle controversy. Edward S. Curtis Shadow Catcher
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If it walks like a duck, sounds like a duck, and looks like a duck ~ it is probably a goose.