Panoramas in the Parks

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National and State Parks and Monuments offer great opportunities for panoramic photography (QTVR and otherwise). I have assembled this collection from our travels around the USA.

I have organized them by alphabetically by state and park name.

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MONTANA

Custer Battlefield National Monument

Custer's Last Stand.
Markers have been placed where each trooper fell throughout the memorial. The area inside the wrought iron fence is where Custer's troop made their 'last stand'. It was originally the troopers grave sites as each was buried where they fell, but later they were disinterred and placed under the monument that was erected and memorial markers were placed. By pure chance we visited the memorial on the 132nd anniversary of the battle. ('08)
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7th Cavalry Monument on Last Stand Hill. ('08)
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They has also been a memorial location where all of the 7th Cavalry horses that dies were buried. Custer's troop killed their horses to erect defensive cover on the hillside. ('08)
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Down the hill from the 7th Cavalry Memorial, a memorial has been built for the Native Americans that died at the battle. ('08)
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The inside walls of the memorial have verbal histories from the tribes that were present at the battle. ('08)
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Pompeys Pillar National Monument
(East of Billings)

A view halfway up Pompeys Pillar National Monument. The locked frame protects the signature
of Captain William Clark which he carved into the stone on July 25, 1806. ('10)

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A view from the top of Pompeys Pillar, a sandstone butte and National Monument along the
Yellowstone River East of Billings MT.The Lewis and Clark Expedition and
LtCol (General) Custer both stopped at this location. ('10)

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