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Last Stand Hill monument
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View of the Battle of Little Bighorn National Monument in Montana at Custer Hill, also known as Last Stand Hill.  This site lists all the US Soldiers who died in the 7th Calvary during the battle.  A fenced area nearby shows where soldiers fell.  George Custer's marble grave lies in the middle, though he is buried at West Point.

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