Laudie Chorne presents a day-by-day account of the six-week march by the Seventh Cavalry from Fort Abraham Lincoln to its destiny along the banks of the Little Bighorn River. Each map and each page shows a camp site and location description and is followed with a summary describing that day's events, the type of weather encountered affecting marching, bivouc conditions and other difficulties faced by the enlisted man. This book gives readers a greater appreciation and understanding of the hardships endured by the regular troops along the Custer trail of 1876. Softcover. 200 pages.