|The round shape was the site of a Mandan earth lodge. Photo by Debi Lander.|
|Model of the On-A-Slant Village.Photo by Debi Lander.|
They welcomed the newcomers, helped them and were wiped out by the diseases they brought, especially the small pox epidemic of 1837.
|In the Council House. Photo by Judy Wells.|
|In an earth lodge. Photo by Judy Wells.|
Don't miss the Visitors Center with its excellent displays and details on Mandan life and the interaction between newcomers and natives.
|Guides treat you as visitors in 1875. Photo by Debi Lqnder.|
|Gen. and Mrs. Custer's house. Photo by Debi Lander.|
|Mrs. Custer's drapes. Photo by Judy Wells.|
|Thimble-sized bathtub. Photo by Judy Wells.|
|The living room, dining room and the General's "rumble doors" that separated them. Photo by Debi Lander.|
|The General's office. Photo by Judy Wells.|
After the General's last stand, the army responded with typically heartless efficiency: Mrs. Custer had 40 days to vacate after learning of her husband's death.
|Something blue, the bride's tennis shoes! Photo by Judy Wells.|