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The Deep Ravine Trail in the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument follows the path of where US soldiers of the 7th Calvary tried to run down to the river from the Lakota, Northern Cheyenne, & Arapaho Indians following the attack at Last Stand Hill on June 25, 1876 (where the monument & fenced off marble stones are).  It is also speculated that the running soldiers also tried to create a skirmish line while fighting down to the ravine.  The stone markers along the trail indicate where a US soldier fell, most of them being unnamed.

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