Massacre at Cheyenne Hole

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Massacre at Cheyenne Hole
Author : John H. Monnett
File Size : 48,8 Mb
Publisher : Unknown
Language : English
Release Date : 03 December 1999
ISBN : 087081527X
Pages : 143 pages
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"In Massacre at Cheyenne Hole, John H. Monnett sifts through the various interpretations of the event over the years and places them into proper historical perspective."--BOOK JACKET. "Avoiding the current approach of separating the participants into clear camps of victims and victimizers, Monnett instead uses the Sappa Creek battle as a case study to understand how Americans since 1875 have perceived the Indian wars in general within the larger cultural construct."--BOOK JACKET.

Massacre at Cheyenne Hole

"In Massacre at Cheyenne Hole, John H. Monnett sifts through the various interpretations of the event over the years and places them into proper historical perspective."--BOOK JACKET. "Avoiding the current approach of separating the participants into clear camps of victims and victimizers, Monnett instead uses the Sappa Creek battle

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