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4 articles avec washita: the causes (i)

The 1868 Kansas massacres

The 1868 Kansas massacres

BLACK KETTLE'S MASSACRES Black Kettle, Little Rock and his people all admitted the massacres their warriors had done. But they are still remembered as peaceful chiefs... edited by David Cornut, author of "Little Big Horn" (France, 2006) http://www.oldgloryprints.com...

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A newspaper and the Washita campaign

A newspaper and the Washita campaign

A NEWSPAPER AND THE WASHITA VICTORY Emporia News Archives (from microfilm) Emporia News, August 21, 1868. INDIAN MASSACRE. We clip the following news from the Junction City Union of Saturday last. We stop the press to record an Indian outbreak of a horrible...

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Black Kettle, not a peaceful leader

Black Kettle, not a peaceful leader

BLACK KETTLE source: Chief Black Kettle, by historian Gregory F. Michno, custerwest.org member and author of several important Custer books, Wild West magazine, December 2005, History Net "After all the efforts of both sides, the treaty lasted only until...

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