This is a once-in-a-lifetime moment - a unique opportunity to inform, educate, and inspire future generations by preserving several important aspects of our past. It is imperative that we preserve this important historical site, on the legendary grounds of an epic battle that is seared forever into the world's imagination.
The site is the last and best available real estate inside the boundaries of the Custer Battlefield and it is positioned with perfect access and visibility from a premier tourist route. This property—five verdant acres with impeccable facilities—tenderly shelters the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, one of Custer's dead.
A major component of the whole is the world's largest assemblage of Custer family documents – as yet unstudied and in its original state. Already housed on the grounds of the Battlefield, the Custer Archive is a profound historical resource and a moving testament to the iconic general, his wife, and an epoch of American history that must be preserved for future generations.
To learn more about how you can help to preserve and protect the site of Sitting Bull’s camp during the Battle of the Little Big Horn, the historic Town of Garryowen, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and the Custer family archive of documents, manuscripts, and ephemera, please contact: