Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument Virtual Walking Tour; Brilliant Montana Summer Day

We spent the weekend over south of Hardin, MT on the weekend anniversary of the Battle of Little Bighorn, June 25, 1876. We also attended a re-enactment put on by a Crow family between Crow Agency and Garryowen off of I-90. There were lots of horses and old guns but it was fascinating to hear the events explained from the native peoples’ perspective. We also went up to the Big Horn County Museum in Hardin where we saw a cannon fired and a working Gatling Gun and then on Sunday, took a tour over at the Rosebud Battle site which occurred one week prior to Little Bighorn. We had a fascinating weekend and I had a bit of time to do a walk at the Little Bighorn Battlefield. I of course couldn’t film the whole monument nor did I try to give a historic tour but I thought it was a good chance to give an idea of what the infamous battle might have looked like almost 150 years ago.

I’m currently reading “Keep the Last Bullet for Yourself” by Thomas Marquis and it’s a fascinating read. I’m hoping to read up more from other sources as well.

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