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George armstrong Custer leading a union cavalry charge
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a large group of people standing on top of a field next to a pile of horses
Little Big Horn. Extremely tough day at the office.
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Custer Massacre At Big Horn, Montana June 25 1876
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Forge Your Own Path | VisitBillings.com - Awe And Wonder
The Battle of the Little Bighorn Tour: includes entrance fees, hotel or campground pick up in the Billings or Hardin area, and no host lunch. Take in sites like Reno/Benteen Hill, Indian encampments, Last Stand Hill, and so much more. Battle of the Little Bighorn / a Custer and Sitting Bull story. A native Montana historian is your guide for this battle of two cultures.
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The reversal of a Custer decision … or being willing to be wrong!
The reversal of a Custer decision … or being willing to be wrong! Honesty = Integrity.
Historical Topic American War, Military History, Civil War Artwork, Civil War Art, War Dogs
1860s - Historical Topic
Historical Topic
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Custer’s Last Stand Makes Auction Appearance in Heritage Wild West Event
George Custer Last Stand | Custer’s Last Stand Makes Auction Appearance in Heritage Wild West ...
By the time troops came to recover the bodies, they found most of the dead stripped of their clothing, ritually mutilated, and in an advanced state of decomposition, making identification of many impossible. Custer was found with shots to the left chest and left temple. Either wound would have been fatal, though he appeared to have bled from only the chest wound, meaning his head wound may have been delivered post-mortem. Horn
By the time troops came to recover the bodies, they found most of the dead stripped of their clothing, ritually mutilated, and in an advanced state of decomposition, making identification of many impossible. Custer was found with shots to the left chest and left temple. Either wound would have been fatal, though he appeared to have bled from only the chest wound, meaning his head wound may have been delivered post-mortem.
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Col. A.B.Welch notes on Custer | Welch Dakotah Papers
Sioux who fought Custer, June 5, 1913 photograph (check out the link for some great history about the Battle of the Little Big Horn and others around that time and place!)
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Scabbard Knife, elderly Native American Sioux man who fought in the Little Bighorn - 1936
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40 Years After The Genocide That Killed His People, Ishi Stepped From The Woods
California History - Ishi (circa 1860-1916) - Last member of the Yahi - 1911
an old man sitting in front of a building with a long pole on it's back
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Amos Wooden Knife, an old Sioux warrior who fought in the Battle of Little Bighorn. Photo 1936.
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Photo Gallery (U.S. National Park Service)
Mrs. Elizabeth Bacon Custer in Mourning Clothes and Veil
four pieces of metal sitting on top of a red surface
4 cartridges found at the battle of the little big horn in the early 30s
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ZFC Item Details - General Custer's Headquarters Command Guidon.
Major General George A. Custer's Headquarters with his two guidons, Winchester, Virginia, December 25, 1864. On each of the two horizontal bars, the respective division number was applied in the color of the opposite bar. Brigadier-General James Wilson initially commanded the 3rd Cavalry Division of Sheridan's Cavalry Corps. In September of 1864, however, Wilson was transferred to the western theater to command his own Cavalry Corps.
a painting of cowboys riding horses in the wild with other people on horseback behind them
January 10, 2008 ~ Roundup & Little Bighorn National Park
Reno's men fleeing across river after valley fight
June 25, 1876 – Determined to resist the efforts of the U.S. Army to force them onto reservations, Indians under the leadership of Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse wipe out Lieutenant Colonel George Custer and much of his 7th Cavalry at the Battle of the Little Big Horn.
June 25, 1876 – Determined to resist the efforts of the U.S. Army to force them onto reservations, Indians under the leadership of Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse wipe out Lieutenant Colonel George Custer and much of his 7th Cavalry at the Battle of the Little Big Horn.
Hearing a battle raging to the north of their position Captain Weir with D company advances to a hilltop position now know as Weir Point. From a distance Weir witnesses the battle between Custer and the Indians. Benteen and others begin to gather on the hill and realize that the Indians have now turned their attack towards them. The men quickly return to the original position now know as the Reno-Benteen Battlefield. Models, Pony, Reno
Hearing a battle raging to the north of their position Captain Weir with D company advances to a hilltop position now know as Weir Point. From a distance Weir witnesses the battle between Custer and the Indians. Benteen and others begin to gather on the hill and realize that the Indians have now turned their attack towards them. The men quickly return to the original position now know as the Reno-Benteen Battlefield.
a group of men sitting next to each other in front of a teepee
Custer and Hostages
Custer stands in front of his tent at Fort Dodge, Kansas, in November 1868, surrounded by his Osage scouts who killed most of the noncombatants during the 1868 Battle of Washita River.
two children are playing in the mud with their mother and father on top of a hill
Archeology at The Battle of the Little Bighorn
Two women and one man excavating, with large granite marker in background and several grave markers.
GERONIMO & WARRIORS NATIVE AMERICAN INDIANS
GERONIMO & WARRIORS NATIVE AMERICAN INDIANS
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The Little Big Horn. Custer tried to ford here and was unable. Weir Point and Reno's Hill to the left (out of sight), Last Stand Hill to the right (out of sight). The camp was there across the river and spread for miles.
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Secret America:Little Big Horn from Ravine to Last Stand Hill 1.mov
Secret America:Little Big Horn from Ravine to Last Stand Hill 1.mov
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Reno's men cross the Little Bighorn river in this area. Indians have lined the shoreline and soldiers are killed as they attempt to cross the river. Reno has incurred heavy casualties as his men race to the top of the ridge and form a defensive position.
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Postcrossing postcard US-1390670 from U.S.A.
Little Bighorn Battlefield in Montana where Sioux and Cheyenne warriors defeated a U.S. Cavalry force led by General George A Custer, then a celebrated Civil War veteran, in 1876.
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Custer's Battlefield between 1903 and 1908
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Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, Montana | Little Big Horn Battlefield National Monument - Crow Agency Montana ...
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Rifle pits dug by the men on the Reno-Benteen Battlefield at the Little Bighorn