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Custer Battlefield Museum Founding Director, Chris KortlanderHi, my name is Christopher Kortlander and I'm the Founding Director of the Custer Battlefield Museum in Garryowen Montana. I would like to personally welcome you to our online store. This store took about two months to develop and we are very proud of it. If your experience is not 100% satisfactory please contact us by phone (406/638-1876) or email and tell us what you think should be made better. Enjoy your shopping experience!


/s/ Chris Kortlander

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Anheuser Busch Print


Custer Battle BUDWEISER Print Custer's Last Fight, Anheuser-Busch Print We are proud to be authorized by Anheuser-Busch in St. Louis, Missouri, to be the first ever to reprint, in high fashion, the famous Otto Becker Painting, depicting Custer's Last Stand. This special printing has been published by the Custer Battlefield Museum. The color is extremely vivid. No other printing of this well-known work has had the color depth as this ...

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Crazy Horse


The famous Chief of the Sioux Nation and victor at the two most famous Indian Battles in American History, The Battle of the Little Big Horn and the Fetterman Fight. This image is reproduced from the original tintype, taken in 1877 shortly before his death. This is the only known photograph of Cra...

Gen. George A. Custer


The "Boy General," who became a legend in his own time, was first a decorated Civil War officer, and later became the famous commander of the Seventh Cavalry during the Indian Wars. His overzealous determination ended at teh Battle of Little Bighorn-Custer's Last Stand. ...

Custer, Fellow Officers and Friends 401


Fort Abraham Lincoln Following the Yellowstone Expedition, Custer was assigned the command of Fort Abraham Lincoln, D.T. The 7th Cavalry arrived September 23, 1873. Custer, donning the "long hair" which became legendary among the Indians he fought and the men he led, poses in front of the Custer ho...