(Received 25 January 1983; accepted 7 February 1983)
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On 2S June 1876, Lieutcnant Colonel George Armstrong Custer perished along with 224 men under his immediate command in a battle historically referred to as the Battle of the Little Bighorn. There is some evidence that this was not a battle at all, but a mass suicide. The theory of mass suicide could be substantiated by examination of the skeletal remains.
Chairman, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, DC
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