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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Rosebud
Rosebud, Montana and Vicinity
▶ Rosebud County (62) ▶ Big Horn County (49) ▶ Custer County (53) ▶ Garfield County (4) ▶ Musselshell County (0) ▶ Petroleum County (0) ▶ Powder River County (0) ▶ Treasure County (6) ▶ Yellowstone County (13)
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|Wherever you are in Montana, you stand in the pathway of Lewis and Clark. Their 1804-1806 expedition was a grand adventure to investigate the people and resources of the newly acquired Louisiana Purchase and to seek a navigable passage across the . . . — — Map (db m164417) HM|
|A few days after the Custer disaster on June 25, 1876, General Alfred Terry moved the decimated Seventh Cavalry to Fort Pease on the Yellowstone waiting nearly a month for additional troops and supplies.
By late July, the steamboats contracted . . . — — Map (db m164626) HM|
|From July 28, 1806, when William Clark passed Rosebud Creek on his way down the Yellowstone, this river valley has served as one of the major avenues for development and trade in eastern Montana. Innumerable trappers and traders followed Clark's . . . — — Map (db m164409) HM|
|In June 1876, the column of General John Gibbon and Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer, both under the command of General Alfred Terry, met near here at the mouth of Rosebud Creek aboard the steamer Far West. They were under orders to . . . — — Map (db m164624) HM|
|Beginning in early May, 1876 when the Lakota ran off about thirty horsed belonging to the Crow scouts, patrols from the Montana Column reported Indian sightings almost every day from the Big Horn River on down to Rosebud Creek. All signs indicated a . . . — — Map (db m164542) HM|
|From its origins as a railroad siding established by the Northern Pacific in 1882, Rosebud grew into a bustling homesteading community. The town boasted 300 residents when Fred and Mary Mefford arrived from the Midwest in 1896, bringing with them a . . . — — Map (db m164619) HM|
|About 65 million years ago, the inland sea receded as the Rocky Mountains rose, pushing the shoreline further east. Great rivers meandered through the coastal plain in a warm and humid climate, depositing sediment which would later become known as . . . — — Map (db m164492) HM|