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    This is a ‘must see’. You get an amazing lesson in history and can almost feel the presence of those who fought here. The memorials for both the cavalry and Indians are very well done.

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    The Battle of Little Bighorn is one of the most amazing places I have ever been I suggest anyone who is a history buff or likes it to definitely get there as soon as you can you will not be disappointed it was a memorable experience and shed a few tears so take your Kleenex with you

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    a must see! the person doing the talk about the battle did an exceptional job.

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    Custer’s wife set up the initial funding to have a monument however because the visitor center was built in 1956 it does not have the facility to hold the collection that requires special temperature and humidity so it is in Tucson, AZ in a storage vault. That’s sad and illegal because the items were deeded to be placed there in her will. Hope the NPS can fight to have a place built here and bring the collection back. Otherwise it was worth the trip to dispel misinformation about the battle that I had.

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    I went here in June 2013 and I was very sad to see the battlefield and for a moment you are seeing the battle as though you were there. General Custer was very foolish and Benteen & Reno didn’t help when he sent them a message to come now!!! The white stone grave markers are where the Cavalry were first buried and each grave was marked. In the fenced off area near Monument Stone is a grave with black markers and that is where they found General Custer. Along the trails were grave markers for those who tried to escape. The Indians came and removed their dead but there are some Cheyenne warrior grave in RED STONE. All the Indians wanted was a peaceful way of life just like we want in 2013 and we should never forget the brave Cheyenne, Sioux & Arapaho who were protecting their families.