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The summer of 1864 was ripe for war on the prairies of Kansas. Tensions with the Plains Indians were heating up as homesteaders continued to flock to the open prairie 150 years ago. In the spring of 1864, 175 head of oxen being driven along the Santa
It has been said that more books have been written about the Battle of the Little Bighorn than any other battle in our nation's history. Yet as we approach its 137th anniversary, the fight remains shrouded in mystery and misconceptions. The
Photos Frank Dwight Baldwin was a career Army officer who spent time at nearly all the frontier forts in Kansas. He was a soldier who fought Native Americans but also understood their plight and hardship. Baldwin also is one of only 19 men who have
Custer attacked Cheyenne Chief Black Kettle's peaceful village just before dawn in 1868...Elliott's story - that Barnard doesn't want people to forget. A Hoosier Quaker Goes to War, The Life & Death of Major Joel H...The Quivira Chapter of the Santa
He was one of 44 chiefs who helped govern the Southern Cheyenne tribe of Oklahoma...A funeral service will be at 1 p.m. today at Affinity All Faiths Mortuary, 2850 S...In 1926, he was born in a tepee near Seiling, Okla., according to an interview
Filed Under George Armstrong Custer Out of Our Past Steve Martin A very tough Civil War soldier from Centerville rode with Custer ... and died at the hands of the very people he was intent to slaughter...Elliott served heroically with the 7th Indiana
The Wichita Eagle In celebration of the 150th anniversary of Kansas, a replica of the 1865 Peace Treaty will soon be on display. The Wichita-Sedgwick County Historical Museum is creating a permanent peace treaty exhibit, to open to the public July 29.