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The Sand Creek massacre has been featured in several movies, including Tomahawk ( 1951 ); The Guns of Fort Petticoat ( 1957 ); Soldier Blue ( 1970 ); Little Big Man ( 1970 ); Young Guns ( 1988 ); Last of the Dogmen ( 1995 ); and Steven Spielberg's mini-series Into the West.
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* 1864 – American Indian Wars: Sand Creek Massacre – Colorado volunteers led by Colonel John Chivington massacre at least 150 Cheyenne and Arapaho noncombatants inside Colorado Territory.
* November 29 – American Indian Wars – Sand Creek Massacre: Colorado volunteers led by Colonel John Chivington massacre at least 400 Cheyenne and Arapahoe noncombatants at Sand Creek, Colorado ( where they had been given permission to camp ).
* November 27 – Chief Black Kettle, Southern Cheyenne Peace Chief, Survivor of Sand Creek massacre ( b. 1803 )
In November 1864, a small village of Cheyenne and Arapaho became victims of the Sand Creek massacre, an attack by the Colorado militia, led by Colonel John Chivington.
All of their efforts will be recognized and remembered by the " Sand Creek Massacre " signs that appear along the roadways from Limon to Casper, Wyoming, and then to Ethete.
* Chief Niwot ( c. 1825 – 1864 ), led a band in Northern Colorado and died from wounds sustained during the Sand Creek Massacre ).
The Sand Creek massacre, as it was known, resulted in the death of between 150 and 200 Cheyenne, mostly unarmed women and children.
American Indian attacks increased after the Sand Creek Massacre in Colorado in 1864, bringing more troops to the post, which was by now called Platte Bridge Station.
The county is divided into thirty-six townships: Allen, Altoona, Banner, Barrett, Belle Prairie, Bonilla, Broadland, Burr Oak, Carlyle, Cavour, Clifton, Clyde, Custer, Dearborn, Fairfield, Foster, Grant, Hartland, Huron, Iowa, Kellogg, Lake Byron, Liberty, Logan, Milford, Nance, Pearl Creek, Pleasant View, Richland, Sand Creek, Theresa, Valley, Vernon, Wessington, Whiteside, Wolsey.
His article describing the visit includes an old map showing the fort located on the north bank of the Arkansas River near Sand Creek, just south of the line separating Tulsa County and Osage County.
The county consists of the cities of Belle Plaine, Jordan, Elko New Market, New Prague, Prior Lake, Savage and Shakopee and Belle Plaine, Blakeley, Cedar Lake, Credit River, Helena, Jackson, Louisville, New Market, St. Lawrence, Sand Creek, and Spring Lake townships.
On November 29, 1864, more than a decade before Colorado became a state and long before Kiowa County was formed, a massacre of Native Americans, a group of old men, women, and children, occurred on Sand Creek that initially was greeted as a victory in the Colorado War against hostile Indians ; within months, Congressional inquiries revealed the truth, and a national scandal erupted.
In 2005, final land acquisitions by the National Park Service allowed official designation of the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site, but no park facilities have yet been erected.
The town lies in a narrow valley on Big Wills Creek in the Cumberland Plateau region immediately west of Lookout Mountain, with Sand Mountain somewhat more removed to the west.
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Mochi ( Cheyenne ) | Mochi, a Southern Cheyenne in Black Kettles camp, became a warrior after her experiences at the Sand Creek massacre.
The Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site was dedicated on April 28, 2007, almost 142 years after the massacre.
The Sand Creek Massacre Trail in Wyoming follows the paths of the Northern Arapaho and Cheyenne in the years after the massacre.
The massacre has also been written about in literature, such as Centennial ( 1974 ) by James Michener ; From Sand Creek ( 1981 ) by Simon Ortiz ; James Bradley's Flyboys: A True Story of Courage ( 2003 ); and Lauren Small's Choke Creek ( 2009 ).
The militia struck back hard, most notably by attacking the winter quarters of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians, filled with women and children, at the Sand Creek massacre in eastern Colorado in late 1864.
Now he's convinced that the fugitives were killed by a tribe of Dog Soldiers, a hardy band of native Americans who had somehow escaped the 1864 Sand Creek massacre and survived for 128 years secluded in the Montana Wilderness.
Likewise, the savagery shown by the Colorado Volunteers during the Sand Creek massacre resulted in Native Americans, particularly the Dog Soldiers, a band of the Cheyenne, engaging in savage retribution.
In the spring of 1865 raids continued along the Oregon trail in Nebraska and the Sioux, the Northern Cheyenne, the Northern Arapaho together with the warriors who had come north after the Sand Creek massacre raided the Oregon Trail along the North Platte River, and in July 1865 attacked the troops stationed at the bridge across the North Platte at the present site of Casper, Wyoming, the Battle of the Platte Bridge Station.
Chivington gained infamy for leading a 700-man force of Colorado Territory militia during the massacre at Sand Creek in November 1864.
An Army judge publicly stated that the Sand Creek massacre was " a cowardly and cold-blooded slaughter, sufficient to cover its perpetrators with indelible infamy, and the face of every American with shame and indignation.
Because of Chivington's position as a lay preacher, in 1996 the General conference of the United Methodist Church expressed regret for the Sand Creek massacre.
* Soldier Blue is a 1970 American Revisionist Western movie directed by Ralph Nelson and inspired by events of the 1864 Sand Creek massacre.
Other members of the peace commission were Lieutenant General William T. Sherman, commander of the Military Division of the Missouri ; Major General William S. Harney ( retired ), who had taken part in earlier conflicts with the Cheyenne and Sioux along the Platte River ; Brigadier General Alfred H. Terry, commander of the Military Department of Dakota ; Senator John B. Henderson of Missouri, Chairman of the Senate Indian Appropriations Committee, who had introduced the bill that created the peace commission ; Colonel Samuel F. Tappan, formerly of the First Colorado Volunteer Cavalry and a peace advocate who had led the U. S. Army's investigation of the Sand Creek massacre ; Major General John B. Sanborn, formerly commander of the Upper Arkansas District, who had previously helped to negotiate the Little Arkansas Treaty of 1865.
Soldier Blue is a 1970 American Revisionist Western movie directed by Ralph Nelson and inspired by events of the 1864 Sand Creek massacre in the Colorado Territory.
The movie provided the first motion picture account of the Sand Creek massacre, one of the most infamous incidents in the history of the American frontier, in which Colorado Territory militia under Colonel John M. Chivington massacred a defenseless village of Cheyenne and Arapaho on the Colorado Eastern Plains.
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Though the original text has been lost, a reference in Archimedes ' book The Sand Reckoner describes Aristarchus ' heliocentric theory.
Sand casting is one of the most popular and simplest types of casting that has been used for centuries.
Algeria has fought only one brief war after independence ( the Sand War, a border conflict with Morocco in 1963 ), but the country is also, like most Arab nations, formally at war with the Israel since 1948.
In the book Elena has an affair with Franz Liszt, becomes friends with George Sand and has a friendship with the king of a small Germanic country obviously based on Ludwig I of Bavaria, then moves to California, all documented as having happened in Montez's life.
Though the original text has been lost, a reference in Archimedes ' book The Sand Reckoner ( Archimedis Syracusani Arenarius & Dimensio Circuli ) describes another work by Aristarchus in which he advanced the heliocentric model as an alternative hypothesis.
It has historically been read as stating that the angle subtended by the Sun's diameter is 2 degrees, but Archimedes states in The Sand Reckoner that Aristarchus had a value of ½ degree, which is much closer to the actual average value of 32 ' or 0. 53 degrees.
St. Louis County has over 500 lakes, including Rainy Lake, Kabetogama Lake, Namakan Lake, Sand Point Lake, and Crane Lake.
The suggestion that Valdés was unsound on the Trinity was first made in 1567 by the Transylvanian bishop, Ferenc Dávid ; it has been adopted by Sand ( 1684 ), Wallace ( 1850 ) and other nontrinitarian writers, and is countenanced by Bayle.
Citronelle Oil Field, located on the crest of the dome, has produced more than 169 MMbbl ( million barrels ) of 42-46 ° American Petroleum Institute ( API ) gravity oil from the Lower Cretaceous Donovan Sand.
Like all of Southwest Alaska, Sand Point has a subpolar oceanic climate ( Köppen Cfc ), though compared to most parts of the region it is a little less rainy and has fewer wet days-145 as against over 220 throughout the Aleutian Islands and in most of Southeast Alaska.
The Sand City post office opened in 1961, but has now been combined with the Seaside Post Office and shares Seaside's zip code ( 93955 ) as well.
In 1899, the village of Sand Beach changed its name to Harbor Beach, because of the impression that the area has nothing but sand.
It was taken down in 1816 and removed to West Sand Lake, where it has since been known as the First Lutheran church of West Sand Lake.
The Methodist Episcopal church at Sand Lake has been established many years, but just when the first society was formed is not known, as the early records are indefinite on this point.
Wynantskill has a major grocery store, several banks, restaurants, convenience stores, a post office, and a bowling alley, with almost all houses located on side streets off Main Ave. Other major roads are Whiteview Road, a primarily residential road that leads to Route 4 ; and West Sand Lake Road.
Sand removal and deposition by the Baltic Sea has to be constantly countered by dredging operations to the north and south of Hiddensee, otherwise Hiddensee would merge with Rügen within a few years.