"The Officer Corps of Custer's Seventh Cavalry,1866-1876" includes colorful biographies of over a hundred officers who served under Lt. Colonel G.A. Custer from the early days at Ft. Riley to the debacle at the Little Big Horn River. In addition to numerous period photographs and maps of the campaigns and expeditions of the regiment, this definitive work also includes an impressive collection of portraits, some never-before-published, acquired from numerous little-known private sources and public institutes. The author has gone to great lengths to highlight the story of what history has thus far neglected to tell, and scholars and military enthusiasts will undoubtedly find this a unique and fascinating record of the frontier leaders in Custer's legendary regiment.