The Battlefield where Custer and his soldiers met their fate is so vast it takes your breath away. No camera or video can accurately portray the vastness as you stare in wonderment on the events leading up to June 25, 1876 and thereafter, knowing full well Peace did not exist as recorded by our History. While this memorial battlefield is peaceful now, it is a silent reminder of what mankind can do to one another. This place is about 38 miles north of the Wyoming border and as you drive to and from this memorial, your imagination can unfold as you picture man's conflicts being resolved in such an open landscape filled with natural beauty. There is both a sadness and peacefulness that one must experience by actually being here. Make the decision to visit and explore Little Bighorn.
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