• Custer Monument and battlefield

    The 7th Cavalry monument sits within a fence at the top of a hill on the Little Bighorn Battlefield. Markers on the hillside show where soldiers originally fell and were buried after the battle.

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  • Survivors of Custer Fight with Usher Burdick and Frank Zahn

    Fiske, Frank Bennett, 1883-1952

    Bear Soldier, Little Soldier, Black Bear, Usher Burdick, Frank Zahn, and an unidentified man stand in front of the Standing Rock monument.

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  • Battle of Little Big Horn drawing by One Bull

    Fiske, Frank Bennett, 1883-1952

    Drawing by One Bull of the Battle of the Little Big Horn. Specific markings include the location of the battle, Reno's location, locations of the specific tribes, and the spot where Custer was killed.

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  • Sioux Survivors of the Battle of the Little Big Horn (Custer's Last Stand)

    Bell Studio, Black Hills Novelty and Mfg. Co., Metrocraft (Metropolitan)

    Colorized postcard of Sioux survivors of The Battle of the Little Big Horn. Little Warrior, Pemmican, Little Soldier, Dewey Beard, John Sitting Bull, High Eagle, Iron Hawk and Comes Again. Photograph…

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  • Custer Trail marker, New Salem, N.D.

    A sign made of boards, bricks, and stone marks a place near where Custer and the 7th Cavalry made camp near New Salem, N.D. on their way to the Little Big Horn.

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  • Buffalo robe presented to President Roosevelt

    Fiske, Frank Bennett, 1883-1952

    A buffalo robe painted with a representation of the Battle of the Little Big Horn presented by John Grass to Theodore Roosevelt.

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  • White Swan

    Fred E. Miller

    Traditionally dressed in tall bonnet in front of a tipi. 'Crow: White Swan' One of the Crow scouts at the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Smithsonian Notes: Negative 56243, National Anthropological Arch…

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  • The silent sentinels of the 'Seventh'

    A view of some of the markers on the Little Bighorn Battlefield, including one shaped like a cross.

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  • Opening of Little Bighorn Battlefield visitors center

    General Jonathan Wainwright and men in military uniforms enter the new visitors center at the Little Bighorn Battlefield. Members of an honor guard stand at attention inside the building.

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  • View of trenches on Little Bighorn Battlefield

    A view of trenches on the Little Bighorn Battlefield, looking south from the Indian position. The ground is covered with scrub and grasses.

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  • View of camp and river, Little Bighorn Battlefield

    A view of the camp, Gall's advance, and Custer's positions from Reno's point of view on the Little Bighorn Battlefield. The various positions are identified in ink on the photograph.

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  • Charles Windolph and Frank Anders at Lead, S.D.

    Charles Windolph and Frank Anders pose for a portrait outside in Lead, S.D. Both men wear suits. They stand in front of a large bush, and a white building is visible behind the bush.

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  • Custer Battlefield

    Fiske, Frank Bennett, 1883-1952

    A view of the Custer Battlefield shows a monument behind a wrought iron fence. Headstones, trees, and a building are visible in the distance.

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  • White Swan

    Fred E. Miller

    Traditionally dressed in tall bonnet in front of a tipi. 'Crow: White Swan' One of the Crow scouts at the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Smithsonian Notes: Negative 56243, National Anthropological Arch…

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  • Little Bighorn Battlefield, Montana

    People walk on a path across the Little Bighorn Battlefield in Montana. White markers are visible in the grass.

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  • Horse survivor of Custer Battle

    Horse survivor of Custer Battle, 'Comanche.' A soldier stands holding the horse. Other soldiers and horses can be seen.

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  • Map of Custer battlefield

    White Bear, Russell

    Date of situation 1876. Relief indicated by hachures.; "Presented by John B. Ritch, 11/24/41."; Inset: This map shows the routes and positions of the armies of the Yellowstone and the Platte expeditio…

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  • Monuments west of Custer Hill, Little Bighorn Battlefield

    A line of white stones dot the landscape to the west of Custer Hill on the Little Bighorn Battlefield. The battlefield's large monument and fence can be seen in the distance at the top center of the p…

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  • Jacob Horner and White Bull portrait

    Jacob Horner and White Bull meet and shake hands outside. White Bull wears a feather headdress and embroidered and fringed shirt and trousers and carries a sword. Horner wears a light colored suit, ba…

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  • The Seventh United States Cavalry : too long neglected

    McAuliffe, Eugene, 1866-1959

    A brief overview of the Seventh Cavalry, George Custer, and the Battle of the Little Big Horn.

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