This photograph taken in 1908 on Last Stand Hill features, from left, Whiteman Runs Him, Hairy Moccasin and Goes Ahead. - Photo courtesy of Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument. - Photographer not known. - (Original)
Hearing a battle raging to the north of their position Captain Weir with D company advances to a hilltop position now know as Weir Point. From a distance Weir witnesses the battle between Custer and the Indians. Benteen and others begin to gather on the hill and realize that the Indians have now turned their attack towards them. The men quickly return to the original position now know as the Reno-Benteen Battlefield.
The real-life Django: The legendary African-American Wild West marshal who arrested 3,000 outlaws and killed 14 men Bass Reeves was born a slave in 1838 and later broke from his owner to live among Native Americans Reeves became a Deputy U.S. Marshal in 1875 at the age of 38 During his 32-year career as a Deputy Marshal he arrested 3,000 felons, killed 14 men and was never shot.