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    • Custer's Battlefield

    • 1932-09-11
    • Site of the Battle of Little Big Horn, which took place in 1876 between the U.S. Army and the Lakota-Northern Cheyenne, and which is also known as Custer's Last Stand. Native Americans refer to it as the Battle of A view of the site of the Battle...
    • View across the Custer Battlefield

    • 1932
    • Looking across the Custer battlefield from a southeasternly direction. The Battle of Little Big Horn was also known as Custer's Last Stand, and by the Native Americans it is referred to as the Battle of Greasy Grass Creek. This was a battle...
    • Custer's Battlefield

    • 1932-09-11
    • Site of the Battle of Little Big Horn, which took place in 1876 between the U.S. Army and the Lakota-Northern Cheyenne, and which is also known as Custer's Last Stand. Native Americans refer to it as the Battle of A view of the site of the Battle...
    • Wagon Train destruction at Cow Creek

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    • Looking at Cow Creek where, according the writing in the back of the picture, was the ""scene of wagon train destruction"". It is here on September 23, 1877 the Nez Perce attacked an army entrenchment and broke into the freight storage and took...
    • Valley of the Bighole

    • 1930-10-24
    • Scenic view of the valley in which the Bighole Battle took place. On September 9th, Chief Joseph led his warraior agains General Gibbon's army, who attacked the indians and drove them from their village. However, Joseph rallied his men and in turn...
    • Yellow Bull

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    • Nez Perce Warrior, 1877. Red Moccasin Top, son of Yellow Bull, also took part in the killings leading up to the Nez Perce War of 1877. Yellow Bull was opposed to the use of violence against white settlers. However, Red Moccasin Top and a few other...
    • Ash Hollow Battlefield on Blue Creek

    • 1931-06-15
    • This battle was the defining engagement of a short war between the U.S. and the Sioux sparked by disputes over violations of the Treaty of Fort Laramie (1851). 600 U.S. soldiers engaged 250 Sioux, which resulted in 86 war casualties. Consequently,...

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