• Calhoun Hill and Custer Battlefield.

    Kenneth F. Roahen (1888-1976)

    Text reads, 'View looking northwest from Calhoun Hill where troop L was annihilated. Custer Battlefield, Montana.' See A Terrible Glory: Custer and the Little Bighorn - the Last Great Battle of the Am…

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  • Custer Battlefield National Cemetery and Monument

    Kenneth F. Roahen (1888-1976)

    View of Custer Battlefield National Cemetery with Custer group and monument in background. By Executive order, in 1886, the Custer Battlefield and the cemetery were proclaimed the National Cemetery of…

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  • Custer Monument - Custer Battlefield.

    Kenneth F. Roahen (1888-1976)

    Custer Monument with names of General Custer, Captains, Lieutenants, surgeons, and Soldiers.- Custer Battlefield. See Custer's Last Campaign: Mitch Boyer and the Little Bighorn Reconstructed by John S…

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  • Custer Battlefield Marker

    Kenneth F. Roahen (1888-1976)

    Within this enclosure are buried about 228 of Custer's Troops. See The Last Stand: Custer, Sitting Bull, and the Battle of the Little Bighorn by Nathaniel Philbrick. To See KF Roahen's photographs see…

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  • Custer Battlefield National Cemetery - World War I and WWII sections

    Kenneth F. Roahen (1888-1976)

    Custer Battlefield National Cemetery - World War I and World War II sections. Custer group and monument in background. The Battle of the Little Bighorn was fought near the Little Bighorn River, in Mon…

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  • Custer Battlefield markers and caretaker's home

    Kenneth F. Roahen (1888-1976)

    First stone on right denotes the spot where General Custer Fell. Custer Battlefield markers with caretaker's home in the distance. The Battle of the Little Bighorn was fought near the Little Bighorn R…

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  • Crow Indian girls decorating graves at Custer battlefield on 25th anniversary, June, 1901

    Fred E. Miller

    14 girls from Crow Agency boarding school decorating graves at Custer Battlefield on the 25th Anniversary, 1901. Smithsonian Institution Notes: See the two partially conflicting identification lists f…

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  • Crow Indian girls decorating graves at Custer battlefield on 25th anniversary, June, 1901

    Fred E. Miller

    14 girls from Crow Agency boarding school decorating graves at Custer Battlefield on the 25th Anniversary, 1901. Smithsonian Institution Notes: See the two partially conflicting identification lists f…

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  • Custer Battlefield National Cemetery with Weir Point

    Kenneth F. Roahen (1888-1976)

    Custer Battlefield National Cemetery with Weir Point in the center of the photograph. See Bloodshed at Little Bighorn: Sitting Bull, Custer, and the Destinies of Nations (Witness to History) by Tim Le…

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  • Little Big Horn Valley - Reno Retreat Site.

    Kenneth F. Roahen (1888-1976)

    Little Big Horn Valley - Reno Retreat Site. Text reads, 'Where the Indians First Attacked Reno's Troops Later Reno retreated across the river and climbed the bluffs in foreground.'

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  • Custer Battlefield - 7th US Cavalry Monument on the Reno-Benteen Battlefield

    Kenneth F. Roahen (1888-1976)

    Custer Battlefield - 7th US Cavalry Monument on the Reno-Benteen Battlefield. See Lakota Noon: The Indian Narrative of Custer's Defeat by Gregory F. Michno.

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  • Custer Battlefied marker of troop graves and Custer monument

    Kenneth F. Roahen (1888-1976)

    Where Custer and 51 of his men were slain, Custer Battlefield, Montana. The Battle of the Little Bighorn was fought near the Little Bighorn River, in Montana, on June 25-26, 1876. See Stricken Field:…

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  • Custer Battlefield Site.

    Kenneth F. Roahen (1888-1976)

    Text reads, 'View looking southwest where troops F and I were annihilated. Custer Battlefield.' The Battle of the Little Bighorn was fought near the Little Bighorn River, in Montana, on June 25-26, 18…

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  • Decoration Day, 1897, at the Custer Battlefield

    Copyright by Frank Purcell in 1897

    Photo taken on Decoration Day, 1897, during memorial exercises at the battlefield. Photographer took an image of Bloody Knife in war dance costume and it was accidently super- imposed on the bottom im…

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  • Southwest section of Reno-Benteen Battle Field.

    Kenneth F. Roahen (1888-1976)

    Southwest section of Reno-Benteen Battle Field. Text reads, 'Southwest section of Reno-Benteen Battle field. Center background where Reno's troops first crossed the Little Horn River and were attacked…

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  • Custer Battlefield.

    Kenneth F. Roahen (1888-1976)

    Text reads, 'View looking northwest towards Custer Hill Where Troop I was annihilated and where Capt. Keogh's horse Comanche was found, Custer Battlefield, Montana.' See Drawing Battle Lines: The Map…

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  • Custer Battlefield and Custer's wooden cross.

    Kenneth F. Roahen (1888-1976)

    Image looking south west toward the Little Bighorn River from the hill top at Custer Battlefield, circa 1895. The Battle of the Little Bighorn was fought near the Little Bighorn River, in Montana, on…

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