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Tragedy at Taos is a vivid account of the brutal murder of Charles Bent, newly appointed governor of the Territory of New Mexico, by Indian and Mexican rebels. In the days following the heinous crime, the bloodbath continued. Before the revolt against the American occupation ended, five more leading citizens were murdered and mutilated in crimes that until now have received little historical investigation and documentation.

Tragedy at Taos 1995, Republic of Texas Press

ISBN-13: 9781556223853

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