The Sand Creek Massacre - 1864
The Sand Creek Massacre - 1864
The Sand Creek Massacre - 1864
Sand Creek by witness Howling Wolf, a Southern Cheyenne warrior who was a member of Black Kettle's band
The Creek memorial plate at Big Sandy Creek in Kiowa County.  The Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site is preserved by the National Park Service and was dedicated on April, 2007
A delegation of Cheyenne, Kiowa, and Arapaho chiefs in Denver, Colorado, 1864., including Black Kettle
Captain Silas Stillman Soule, born in Bath, Maine in 1838. In November 29, 1864, he and his company were with the regiment at Sand Creek, Colorado. He testified against  Colonel John Chivington and was later murdered.

The Sand Creek Massacre - 1864

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The year was 1864 when the U.S. Volunteer Cavalry attacked a peacefull Cheyenne and Arapaho village in the Eastern Colorado Territory. Estimates of 80-163 men, women, and children brutally killed and mutilated were reported. Despite the risks, Captain Silas Soule testified against U.S. Army Colonel John Chivington. He was murdered in Denver in 1865.

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