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At the Water's Edge
Blackfoot Piegan camp

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Before the Final Journey 234
Cheyenne before the final journey 1910.

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Blackfoot Hunting Ground
Blackfoot Tribe. Hunting Ground

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Burying The Hatchet 412
Exactly 50 years after the Battle of Little Bighorn, White Bull, a Sioux Indian Chief, and General Edward Godfrey bury the ha...

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Captain Fredrick W. Benteen 402
Benteen became part of the 7th Cavalry in 1866 upon its organization, together with the renowned George A. Custer. After Maj...

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Captain Thomas W. Custer 405
Recipient of two Congressional Medals of Honor during the Civil War and commander of Company C at the famed "Last Stand", Tho...

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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 ...

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Crow Camp on the Little Big Horn
This newly established camp on the banks of the Little Bighorn River show that weeds and grasses still fill the interior of t...

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Curley, Ashishishe, Crow Scout 106
Curley, often referred to as "the Crow" helped guide Custer and the 7th Cavalry into the valley of Little Bighorn on June 25,...

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Custer Battlefield Monument 408
This monument stands atop Custer Ridge, where Lt. George Armstrong Custer and his men made their last stand. Custer's body w...

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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 ...

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Elizabeth Bacon Custer 411
Perhaps the most famous widow of the Indian Wars, "Libbie" Custer faithfully served the memory of her husband, George Armstro...

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First LT. Edward S. Godfrey 406
Godfrey began his military career with the 7th Cavalry in 1867. Fought with Custer and Benteen during the Black Kettle-Washi...

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First LT. James Calhoun 403
Calhoun was Custer's brother-in-law and commander of Comapny L at the Battle of Little Bighorn. Warriors overran his positio...

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Gall 177
Sitting Bull's adopted brother and one of the few Indians for which the army offered a bounty; Gall was bayoneted by soldiers...

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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 ...

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Libbie Custer 416
Elizabeth Bacon Custer photographed in 1865 at the age of 23, only one year after she married the "Boy General." Perhaps the...

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LT. COL. George Armstrong Custer 404
A distinguished Civil War officer, the glorious "boy general" later became the famous commander of the 7th Cavalry. In 1876 ...

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Sitting Bull 143
Acclaimed for his vision, courage and strength in battle, Sitting Bull headed the Strong Hearts warrior society and tribal co...

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The Cordwood Monument on Custer Hill 413
The "Cordwood Monument" was the first memorial built on Last Stand Hill at the Little Bighorn Battlefield. This structure wa...

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Villa of Brule 128
Following the massacre of Wounded Knee, some 400 Oglala and Brule Sioux banded together forming what was known as the Great H...

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White Man Runs Him 242
History remembers White Man Runs Him as one of the famous Crow Scouts who guided George Armstrong Custer and the Seventh Cava...

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