|Little Big Horn Monument|
It is roughly estimated between 1,000 to 1,500 Indians fought the U.S. 7th Cavalry on June 25, 1876 here at Little Big Horn. Based on interviews and officer reports after the battle, it is estimated that only 38 warriors, four children, and six women lost their lives in those two days of battle.
|Hill Side of Custer Last Stand|
|General Custer Last Stand Hill|
|Horse Cemetery located behind the hill of Custer Last Stand|
|Little Big Horn - Two US Soldiers|
|Little Big Horn - Three US Soldiers|
Three US Indian Scout's who served under General Custer during the battle of Little Big Horn fell here. (Front) Sgt Bobtail Bull. (Rear Left) Bloody Knife. (Rear Right) Little Brave.
Cheyenne Indian scout who lost his life in battle on June 25, 1876, during the battle of Little Big Horn.
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