The Wounded Knee Massacre: 121st Anniversary

( – promoted by navajo) The Sand Creek Massacre and the Washita Massacre both led to the Wounded Knee Massacre. The Sand Creek Massacre brought the realization that “the soldiers were destroying everything Cheyenne – the land, the buffalo, and … Continue reading

The Wounded Knee Massacre: 120th Anniversary

The Sand Creek Massacre and the Washita Massacre both led to the Wounded Knee Massacre. The Sand Creek Massacre brought the realization that “the soldiers were destroying everything Cheyenne – the land, the buffalo, and the people themselves,” and the … Continue reading

The Wounded Knee Massacre: 119th Anniversary

( – promoted by navajo) The Sand Creek Massacre and the Washita Massacre both led to the Wounded Knee Massacre. The Sand Creek Massacre brought the realization that “the soldiers were destroying everything Cheyenne – the land, the buffalo, and … Continue reading

The Wounded Knee Massacre: 118th Anniversary

( – promoted by navajo) The Sand Creek Massacre and the Washita Massacre both led to the Wounded Knee Massacre. The Sand Creek Massacre brought the realization that “the soldiers were destroying everything Cheyenne – the land, the buffalo, and … Continue reading

Custer & the Abandonment of Major Elliot

( – promoted by navajo) Was losing Major Elliot’s strategic location during the extermination of the Southern Cheyenne Arapaho at Washita by Lieutenant Colonel Custer acceptable by U.S. military standards? Captain Benteen thought not. Source “Surely some search will be … Continue reading

117th Anniversary of the Wounded Knee Massacre

The Sand Creek Massacre and the Washita Massacre both led to the Wounded Knee Massacre. The Sand Creek Massacre brought the realization that “the soldiers were destroying everything Cheyenne – the land, the buffalo, and the people themselves,” and the … Continue reading