The Sand Creek Massacre in late November 1864 sparked one of the most tumultuous periods of Indian warfare the Plains region would see. From Montana to the Santa Fe Trail, the Cheyenne, Arapaho and Sioux, eager for revenge, raided and plundered ranches, wagon trains and outposts. Here, an avenging band of warriors has surprised a train at a vulnerable point along its route - just as it is about to stop for much needed water.
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Image size: 16" x 32"
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