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Feb 18th
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... Kettle, White Antelope, and Left Hand lay in the valley before them. Chaotic, horrific, tumultuous, and bloody, the events of Nov. 29, 1864 changed the course of history. For more information, visit ...
... along the Santa Fe Trail. Approximately 100 men fought a bloody battle that lasted nearly three hours, ending with Henry Pate, the leader of the proslavery forces, surrendering to Brown. The fighting ...
... known as "Bloody Basin," and sharp fights such as Skull Cave, Turret Mountain, the Apache Leap, Bloody Tanks and others are part of military and Western history. At the turn of the 20th Century, with ...
4. The Civil War's First Major Battle Fought in the West
(Civil War and the West/Missouri)
... Union troops against 12,000 Confederates), much of the Wilson's Creek battlefield remains unchanged from that bloody day on Aug. 10, 1861 when the fighting took place, and aside from trees and other vegetation ...
... coming together of two armies that had been crossing paths and testing each other ever since Gen. Curtis began his drive into Arkansas. The bloody result of Pea Ridge was more than 400 men killed outright, ...
Kansas, Bloody Kansas. Men murdered in cold blood, others wounded or beaten, a town sacked, buildings burned, homes looted, women robbed - and all of this even before the American Civil ...
7. Part One: It's All About Silver and Cattle
(Civil War and the West/The Indian Campaigns)
... need supplies and news from home, following close behind were cattle ranchers, trading posts and the Pony Express. Two examples of local-and bloody-wars between whites and Indians took place in Nevada ...