NBRncuster09p 10/4/2008 blade photo by herral long Dave Ingall gives a tour of cemetary indicates plot of Capt George Strong on tour Custer celebration at Monore's historic Woodland cemetary - reading and our main grave Was that of col George Custer there was also a tour by Dave Ingall of historic sites at he cemetary see guide
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The city of Monroe is celebrating the life and times of one of its most famous persons, George Armstrong Custer. The event takes on a somber note with a cemetery tour conducted by Dave Ingall, gesturing, assistant director of the Monroe County Historical Museum. Custer is not buried there, but other family members and city pioneers are.
Slug: nbrs sittingbull09p Date: 10/01/2008 The Blade/Andy Morrison Location: Perrysburg Caption: Ernie LaPointe, great-grandson of Sitting Bull, greets surprise guest Steve Alexander, Monroe, Mi., portraying General George Custer, as he speaks at Fort Meigs, Thursday, 10/02/2008. Summary:
In a ligher vein, Ernie LaPointe, great-grandson of Sitting Bull, whose tribe vanquished Custer at the Battle of Little Big Horn, shakes hands with Steve Alexander of Monroe, who portrays Custer during a talk at Fort Meigs State Memorial in Perrysburg. Mr. LaPointe also took part in Custer Celebration activities in Monroe.