Lives of the Little Bighorn: Michigan Honors Custer

If George Armstrong Custer was born in New Rumley in Ohio, and died at the Little Bighorn Battlefield in Montana, why is there a statue of him in Monroe, Michigan?
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Here's a brief history about the event that was talked about in 6,000 newspapers across America, brought 25,000 people and the President of the United States-- not to mention more than 400 proud Civil War veterans-- to the tiny city of Monroe to see an extraordinary work of art unveiled.
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Michigan Governor Fred Warner said he "presented the Statue from the State, not to Monroe, but to the World."
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More than twenty of America's finest sculptors had vied for the commission. One stood out...
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