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

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

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