Little Bighorn Battlefield

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Grave marker for Mark Kellog, New York Herald correspondant and reporter for Bismarck Tribune, Killed covering Bighorn Battle. r2 f 12
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Ridges along Bighorn river near Reno's crossing. Note two small stones on distant ridge. Little Bighorn is one of two battlefields in the world where markers have been placed at the spot the men were slain. r3 f21
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Horses graze on ranch land between the two sections of Federal owned park land at Bighorn Battlefield r4 f30
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Little Bighorn Battlefield, Montana adjacent to battlefield at sunset. r4 f32
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Little Bighorn Battlefield, adjacent to battlefield.
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Twp Crow Indian ranchers cross Bighorn River on land between two sections of Federal Park land. r6 f9
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Marker for fallen U.S. soldier at Little Bighorn. r6 f22
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Marker at National cemetery, Little Bighorn Battlefield. Marker reads "Curly, Custer Scout".
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"Lame White Man", a Cheyenne leader fell near here. Photographed at sunset. r7 f34
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Tombstone for "Boop She Ball" at National Cemetery at Little Bighorn Battlefield. R9 f3
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Woody "Yellowtail" Glenn, Crow Indian is a distant descendant of "White Man Runs Him", one of Custer's scouts. r10 f31
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Sioux war club #'s 43 and 12 Colt 1873 revolver #'s 6777 and 156 photogaphed on grass next to Bighorn River r11 f15
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Memorial shaft at Custer Hill with names of those killed in battle. R11 f20
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Woody "Yellowtail" Glenn, Crow Indian is a distant descendant of "White Man Runs Him", one of Custer's scouts. r12 f 102
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Rolling grasslands of Little Bighorn Battlefield. r12 f11