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Cheyenne Indians -- History.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:


Identifier: WH1704
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection comprises correspondence and manuscript drafts for the book, Life of George Bent, Written from His Letters. George Bent's letters to George Hyde described life with the Cheyennes, Arapahoes, Comanches and other tribes of the Arkansas and Platte valleys. The letters include information on events such as the Indian wars, Sand Creek massacre, Julesburg raid, Platte bridge and also the Indians who took part in these and other battles....
Dates: TBD


Identifier: WH1690
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The collection comprises military records and copies of correspondence between Silas Soule, his mother, Sophia Low, and his sisters, Annie and Emily. Material dates between 1861-1865 with one manuscript written on Soule during the mid-twentieth century. The military records were generated by the First Regiment, Cavalry of Colorado, Company D, where Soule served as Captain. The majority of these records comprises inventories of equipment and clothing. The most significant military documents...
Dates: TBD