Recently I completed a web site for Custer Battlefield Historical & Museum Association (CBHMA).  CBHMA is one of several organizations that take a scholarly interest in the historic Battle of the Little Bighorn and the context in which it was fought, including the life and times of George A. Custer and the Plains Indians tribes of the day.

One of the founding members of CBHMA, Chief Joe Medicine Crow, was honored with the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2009.   His photo was incorporated into the design of the web site, along with photos (all taken by members of CBHMA) of the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument.

The main functions of the web site are to encourage membership in the organization, promote interest in its publications, and provide resources for study.  The web site features a photo gallery and a news page, both of which can be updated by volunteer staffers.

It was a pleasure to work with this group of historians and be exposed to their passion for accurate knowledge regarding this period of American history.