Unity Through Peace: Honoring Sacred Ground at the Battle of Little Bighorn

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The view from the hill where Custer made his last stand. Photo: Nancy Peckenham
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Custer National Cemetery. Credit: Nancy Peckenham
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The red marker of a fallen Cheyenne warrior. Credit: Nancy Peckenham
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Custer was an acclaimed Union officer in the Civil War,. Credit: Courtesy of the National Park Service, Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
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It took an act of Congress to authorize this memorial to the Native Americans who died at the Battle of Little Bighorn. Credit: Nancy Peckenham
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Credit: Nancy Peckenham
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The names of the fallen Native Americans are inscribed on the wall. Credit: Nancy Peckenham
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Credit: Nancy Peckenham

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