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Historical Markers in Custer, Montana

 
Clickable Map of Yellowstone County, Montana and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Yellowstone County, MT (154) Big Horn County, MT (75) Carbon County, MT (73) Golden Valley County, MT (4) Musselshell County, MT (1) Rosebud County, MT (74) Stillwater County, MT (16) Treasure County, MT (9)  YellowstoneCounty(154) Yellowstone County (154)  BigHornCounty(75) Big Horn County (75)  CarbonCounty(73) Carbon County (73)  GoldenValleyCounty(4) Golden Valley County (4)  MusselshellCounty(1) Musselshell County (1)  RosebudCounty(74) Rosebud County (74)  StillwaterCounty(16) Stillwater County (16)  TreasureCounty(9) Treasure County (9)
Billings is the county seat for Yellowstone County
Custer is in Yellowstone County
      Yellowstone County (154)  
ADJACENT TO YELLOWSTONE COUNTY
      Big Horn County (75)  
      Carbon County (73)  
      Golden Valley County (4)  
      Musselshell County (1)  
      Rosebud County (74)  
      Stillwater County (16)  
      Treasure County (9)  
 
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1Montana (Yellowstone County), Custer — Buffalo Country
Buffalo meant life to the Plains Indians, and the mountain Indians used to slip down from the hills for their share, too. Some tribes would toll buffalo into a concealed corral and then down them; another system was to stampede a herd over a cliff; . . . Map (db m165475) HM
2Montana (Yellowstone County), Custer — Crossing the Yellowstone
By mid-April 1876, Colonel John Gibbon's most immediate concern was crossing to the north side of the Yellowstone before reaching the confluence of the Bighorn River. Plans called for the Montana Column to patrol the lower Yellowstone from the . . . Map (db m165445) HM
3Montana (Yellowstone County), Custer — Junction of Bighorn and Yellowstone Rivers
The mouth of the Bighorn River as it enters the Yellowstone, 13 miles east of here, is one of the most significant areas in Montana history. The Crow Indians knew the Yellowstone as the Elk River. French explorers called it the la Roche . . . Map (db m163404) HM
4Montana (Yellowstone County), Custer — Junction of Bighorn and Yellowstone Rivers
The area that surrounds the mouth of the Bighorn River as it enters the Yellowstone 13 miles east of here is one of the most significant areas in Montana history. The Indians knew the Yellowstone as the Elk River. French explorers called it . . . Map (db m165450) HM
5Montana (Yellowstone County), Custer — The Great Highway of the Northwest: The Yellowstone Trail
Motoring was an adventure in the second decade of the 20th century and people usually didn't travel very far from home. There were a few paved roads, most were choked with dust during the summers, knee-deep in mud in the rainy seasons, and blocked . . . Map (db m165449) HM
 
 
 
 
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Sep. 30, 2022