“inside the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument”
Custer National Cemetery is located on the Crow Indian Reservation, inside the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument. Custer National Cemetery, established in 1886, was offically closed to further non-reservation interments in 1978. Within it there are approximately 4,900 interments, with about 100 reserved spaces for veterans or their spouses, who have burial plots. Cremains are still accepted for scattering in the cemetery, however these do not have markers.
Very nice historical drive. Use your phone to get an idea of what you are looking over. Spent about 2 hours here.
Extensive research and knowledge is evident here. After touring the museum and watching a 15 minute video of the battle, we took the 4.5 mile drive around the memorial. They provide a phone number for you to call and at each stop you listen to the audio guide. Very educational and informative.
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