Posted: Jun 22, 2013 9:29 AM by Jason Laird - MTN News
HARDIN - Custer's Last Stand Reenactment is about living history, by taking events from the past and bringing them alive.
Battle of the Little Bighorn Reenactment is held on the banks of the Little Bighorn River where Sitting Bull's Camp was between Crow Agency & Garryowen, MT (1 hour south of Billings, MT) The dates are June 21-23.
Before and after the show, visitors can interact with cavalrymen who have set up camp just as they would have over 100 years ago. Watch as they make bullets, clean weapons and get ready for the coming battle. The re-enactors welcome questions from visitors.
The Reenactment's living history area also features an Native American family, making and selling traditional beadwork. The family's tipi will be set up with authentic furnishings such as hides, furs and tipi backrests.
Before the show, you might also catch some of the cavalry mounting their horses and getting ready for battle.
Saturday at 1pm.
Sunday at 1pm.
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