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Bear Paw Battlefield


One of three sites of the Nez Perce National Historic Park in Montana, the Bear Paw Battlefield is located 16 miles south of Chinook on Highway 240. At this site the Nez Perce Indians surrendered to the US Army on October 5, 1877, after a 1,300 mile retreat. It was here that Chief Joseph spoke ...

Historic Sites & Battlefields

Historic Sites & Battlefields in Montana

7th Ranch RV Camp

Private Campground
Garryowen, MT

Next to Custer's Little Bighorn Battlefield in southeast Montana- we're top rated 8, 10*, & 10 by Good Sam with excellent reviews and Trip Advisor Certificates of Excellence for 2014, 2016, & 2018 - notable destination! Yelp Shout-out & Campendium awards! ARVC Green Award Our terraced sites are ...

Rosebud Battlefield State Park

State Park

Rosebud Battlefield, a National Historic Landmark, is associated with the Great Sioux War of 1876-1877, considered to be the greatest Indian conflict ever to occur in America. The Great Sioux War is dominated by the victory of the Lakota and Northern Cheyenne warriors over Colonel George Custer ...

Big Hole National Battlefield

National Historic Site
Wisdom, MT

Big Hole National Battlefield is a memorial to the people who fought and died here. Just before daybreak on August 9, 1877, military forces attacked the near 750 non-treaty Nez Perce as they rested after six weeks of conflicts and flight from military forces. They charged the US Army troops in ...

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7TH Ranch Historical Tours

Specialty Tour
Garryowen, MT

Next to Custer's Little Bighorn Battlefield in southeast Montana- we're top rated 9, 10*, & 10 by Good Sam with excellent reviews and a Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence for 2014 and 2016 - notable destination! Just received a Yelp shout-out award! All long pull-throughs with free broadband ...

Little Bighorn (Custer) Tours

Specialty Tour

Tours offered year-round! Although this was the biggest defeat of the U.S. Army by the Plains Indians, it was also the beginning of the end for the Indians. With the massacre occurring right before the nation's centennial birthday, the mood changed against the Indian in Washington. American ...

Canyon Creek Battlefield Monument


The Friends of Canyon Creek are currently working on a walk through display at the monument location to tell the history of the Canyon Creek Battle between the Nez Perce led by Chief Joseph and the US Calvary led by Colonel Samuel Sturgis. This battle took place on September 13,1877. 125 warriors ...