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  • 1-34 Custer Park 1-34 Custer Park
  • 1-34 Custer Monument 1-34 Custer Monument
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  • 1-34 George A Custer 1-34 George A Custer
  • 1-34 George A Custer 1-34 George A Custer

ALERT: This marker has been permanently removed. For historical and reference purposes, this listing will remain on our website. Information panels have replaced the marker at this site.

Title, side A
George Armstrong Custer
Text, side A
Only this foundation remains from the house in which Custer was born, Dec. 5, 1839. Custer's boldness and daring during the Civil War won him the rank of Brigadier General in 1863, and the nickname "Boy General." He later commanded the 7th Cavalry during the western Indian wars. Custer and his entire command died in the battle of Little Bighorn, Montana Territory, June 26, 1876.
Address
Custer State Memorial, OH 646
New Rumley, OH 43984
Location
NE corner of OH 646 & Chrisman Rd