Tag Archives: Battle of the Little Bighorn

From the ECW Archives: Scattered Across the Earth

On June 25, 2017, I wrote this article on the placement of headstones at the Little Bighorn battlefield. Today marks the 142nd Anniversary of the engagement. With that in mind, I decided to update the original work from the ECW … Continue reading

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Through Deep Ravine

Below Last Stand Hill lies one of the enduring mysteries of the Little Bighorn. A dirt trail allows visitors access to the area called Deep Ravine.

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In the Rosebud Valley

I am late with the Little Bighorn post. It is due mainly to being on the road for much of the day. This morning I set out to follow, as closely as possible, the Seventh Cavalry’s route from the Yellowstone … Continue reading

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Memorial Day at the Little Bighorn

It is Day 2 at the Little Bighorn and Memorial Day. I started the morning by walking through the National Cemetery. A number of notable individuals are buried there, including Major Marcus Reno, several of Custer’s Indian scouts and Captain … Continue reading

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On the Little Bighorn

This morning, bright and early, I arrived at the Little Bighorn. As I walk up from the Visitor Center to Last Stand Hill, one of the first things that grabbed my attention were the white marble markers scattered across the … Continue reading

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