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The site of the Battle of Rosebud that took place in 1876 to 1877, which is considered to be the greatest Indian conflict to ever erupt in the United States, the Rosebud Battlefield State Park is a National Historic Landmark, declared in 2008. It is also known as the Rosebud Battlefield-Where the Girl Saved Her Brother by the Cheyenne people.

The Battle of Rosebud is a product of the government?s motion to move all Native Americans to reservations, despite having the Treaty of 1868 that recognizes the natives? ownership of land in the region. The conflict has brought on the loss of many lives on both sides of the warring parties.

Today, the Rosebud Battlefield State Park may be undeveloped, but it can also be seen as untainted and in almost pristine condition. It is open to the public, although, there are a couple of rules that visitors must adhere to.
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