Chivington Massacre

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In the days following the massacre, Chivington would return to Denver proudly with his men, flaunting over a hundred Native American scalps. As the troops swept across the Cheyenne camp, chief Black Kettle raised both an American and white surrender flag. Chivington and his troops disregarded the flags...
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Chivington and his troops disregarded the flags. Terror arose as Chivington’s militia slaughtered the Native Americans, one of the first being a seventy-five-year-old man. Some Native Americans tried to defend themselves by retaliating, however, most attempted to escape. Lieutenant Richmond of the Third Colorado shot and scalped three women and five children as they screamed for mercy...
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