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Crow Agency, Montana: Custer's Last Stand: Little Big Horn Team Field Report

Little Big Horn Battlefield National Monument

US Hwy 212, Crow Agency, MT
I-90 exit 510, east on US Hwy 212. Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument is on right.
Daily 8-dusk (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
$25 per car
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Custer's Last Stand.

Custer's Last Stand: Little Big Horn

Custer vs. the Indians, a battle still being fought for hearts and minds by the various memorials at Little Big Horn. Report...

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Hilltop where Custer was killed features cemetery and monument.

Custer's Last Stand: Little Big Horn

Little Big Horn National Monument includes Last Stand Hill and Custer's place of final breath.

[Malcolm Hansman, 09/02/2019]
Custer's Last Stand: Little Big Horn

Right off I-90, and it's the only battlefield in the world where there are markers denoting where people died. Between the preserved landscape and these markers It really helps you to visualize the battle. Definitely recommend.

[Jason Davis, 08/25/2019]

Little Big Horn Battlefield National Monument.

Custer's Last Stand: Little Big Horn

Little Big Horn Battlefield National Monument: You gotta go! Maybe spend an hour here, tops.

[M. Miller, 06/26/2019]

Native American marker.

Indian Memorial to Battle of Little Big Horn

After the Battle of Little Big Horn the fallen U.S. soldiers were memorialized with white granite headstones where they fell, and even their horses were recognized with a marker. It took nearly 150 years until the Native Americans who died fighting were memorialized. Red granite headstones dot the landscape, marking the place they died during the Battle of Little Big Horn.

[Vicki Stevison, 07/03/2015]

The first red granite headstones were placed on Memorial Day, 1999 (The white headstones were placed in 1890). The Indian Memorial was dedicated June 25, 2003.

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