Ruins of United States Army western forts from the late 1800s, and United States Army cemetery near "Battle of Little Big Horn"
United States USA Date:1966 Duration:3 min 10 sec Sound:Yes
Ruins of United States Army (Union) forts establisehd in the Great Plains of the United States from the time of the American Civil War until the late 1800s. View of various paintings by Remington that depict the Union Army regular soldiers in encampments and in battle with Native American Indians in western regions of the United States. Tombstones in a graveyard or cemetery near the Battle of the Little Big Horn. The grave of Corporal of the 2nd U.S. Cavalry James Kelley dated December 21, 1866. The grave of 2nd U.S. Cavalry Blacksmith Dennis Hurley dated July 29, 1878. The grave of Trumpeter 1st U.S. Cavalry Albert Anderson dated 22nd February, 1929. The grave of the an Unknown Soldier.
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