Hancock's War: Conflict on the Southern Plains

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When General Winfield Scott Hancock led a military expedition across Kansas, Colorado, and Nebraska in 1867, his purpose was a show of force that would curtail Indian raiding sparked by the Sand Creek massacre of 1864. But the havoc he and his troops wrought on the plains served only to further incite the tribes and inflame passions on both sides, disrupting U.S.-Indian relations for more than a decade. One of the most significant Indian campaigns in American history, Hancock's War is in many ways a microcosm of all the ...

Hancock's War: Conflict on the Southern Plains 2014, University of Oklahoma Press

ISBN-13: 9780806144597

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Hancock's War: Conflict on the Southern Plains 2010, Arthur H. Clark Company

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Hancock's War: Conflict on the Southern Plains 2010, Arthur H. Clark Company

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