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Custer lost his life and that of his cavalry in June 1876 at the Little Bighorn River. The battle, called the Battle of the Little Bighorn, is known as Custer's Last Stand. More »

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The 7th Cavalry is nicknamed Garryowen in honor of the Irish drinking song Garryowen that was adopted by the cavalry as its march tune. The 7th Calvary is a United States Calvary Regiment that traces its roots to the mid... More »

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Cavalry SPV I, LLC is a collection agency. However, the business describes itself as a company that acquires and manages consumer loans that do not work, according to CavalryPortfolioServices.com. More »

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