Radio program will broadcast Bighorn battle
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TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 2003

A re-enactment of the Battle of the Little Bighorn, using modern reporting practices, will be broadcast June 25 on radio stations in South Dakota and Wyoming.

Reporters will be "embedded" with U.S. Army troops and Indian warriors who fought at the June 25, 1876, battle. The show will feature retired military officer who will "analyze" the battle.

Get the Story:
Radio to portray Bighorn battle (The Rapid City Journal 6/17)

Relevant Links:
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument -

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