Granite slabs mark positions of fallen soldiers from the 1876 encounter between the 7th Cavalry and Sioux and Cheyenne warriors at the Little Bighorn in Montana.
At ghost town in Bannack, Montana. The building was a county courthouse from 1876-1881, and after years of vacancy was turned into a hotel in the 1890s. It operated fitfully into the 1940s.
Hotel Meade and Skinners Saloon in Bannack, Montana. Founded on an 1862 gold discovery in Grasshopper Creek, Bannack is one of the best-preserved ghost towns in the American West and is now a state park.