Be on the look out for this image of the 1966 Guard House excavation at Fort Robinson (25DW51) as we Celebrate Nebraska Archaeology Month 2018 in September!
The foundation of the structure, constructed in 1874-75, is depicted here, looking east. The Guard House is most notable as the site where Crazy Horse was mortally wounded on September 5, 1877. Based on the findings of the archeological investigation, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission reconstructed the building in 1967, and it remains open to visitors today.
Want to help discover the history of Fort Robinson? All are invited to partake in a volunteer archeological dig at Fort Robinson this September. Join History Nebraska Archeologists as they investigate a new area of Fort Robinson, and help uncover the past! Visit our 2018 Archaeology Month Calendar of Events for more information as it becomes available!