The Sole Survivor
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|Caption||Famous Horses of Fact and Fiction: The Sole Survivor. The 100th Anniversary of the founding of the United States was also the year of the Battle of Little Big Horn. Only Comanche, the horse belonging to Captain Miles Keogh, second-in-command to Custer, survived.|
|Creator||James Edwin McConnell, English (1903–95)|
|Artwork medium||printed material|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|Battle of Little Big Horn Custer Sioux Cheyenne American Indians Miles Keogh horses red Indians Sole Survivor James E McConnell James Edwin McConnell|
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|B001036||Hi-res: 4,228 x 3,785 pixels
Lo-res: 1,057 x 946 pixels
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