What caused the chivington massacre in 1864?
The Cheyenne Indians, assuming they were under the protection of the U.S. Government, returned to Colorado's Sand creek reserve for the winter. Colonel John Chivington and his troup's killed over 115 habitants mostly women and children on the order of General Curtis.
Came right out of a "The Americans" History book.
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US Army Colonel, Commander of the Colorado Militia; J.M. Chivington. Read More
There was no General Chivington. Colonel Chivington led the Union Militia at the Sand Creek Massacre in the Southwest. Read More
Sand Creek, November of 1864 was the sight of a massacre. Colonel Chivington, unwilling to take prisoners, opened fire on Black Kettle's tribe who were peaceably flying a white flag. The tensions had begun regarding land and mining rights, and ended in an all out massacre. Read More
there was no purpose! the dude decided that he thought the Indians were idiots and killed them all . the Indians actually hung up a flag for peace but he didnt care. well, whos the idiot now. ill give you a hint: John Chivington. Read More
The Sand Creek Massacre was caused by a long conflict for control of the Great Plains of Eastern Colorado. Southern Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indians were massacred by a group of volunteers under Colonel John Chivington. Read More
Yes. On November 29, 1864 Colonel John Chivington led an attack on around 100 peaceful Cheyenne Indians. Most in the camp were killed. Read More
Yes. Colonel John Chivington led a militia group of the 3rd Colorado in 1864. Read More
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he led a massacre of 133 native americans, including women and children Read More
what happpened was a man named john chivington took the Indians land and didn't care but the Indians had put up a flag for a war. Read More
This attack is known as the Sand Creek massacre, or as the Chivington Massacre, the Battle of Sand Creek, or the Massacre of Cheyenne Indians - they refer to the same event in history. Black Kettle had been camping out of Fort Lyon while trying to establish peace, but American forces under Colonel John Chivington drank heavily on the night before, and attacked the camp - of mostly women and children - in the morning… Read More
The cheyenne and arapaho indians, and colonel John chivington and his men. Read More
He was responsible for the Sand Creek Massacre as the Colonel commanding the Colorado Volunteer Militia. Read More
Where Colonel John Chivington led a force of mostly volunteer militiamen which slaughtered hundreds of indians, mostly women and children, and mutilated the bodies taking limbs and organs as trophies which they displayed at the Denver Opera House to a cheering crowd. The Sand Creek Massacre (also known as the Chivington Massacre, the Battle of Sand Creek or the Massacre of Cheyenne Indians) was an incident in the Indian Wars of the United States that… Read More
When john m chivington and 700 volunteers murdered approximately 200 American Indians camping in Colorado?
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In 1864 Colorado militia led by john chivington killed over 100 native Americans in a cheyenne village at sand creek?
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John Chivington earned the nicknames The Fighting Preacher and Fighting Parson, on November 29, 1864, when he led more than 800 troops on an unprovoked attack of a peaceful Cheyenne village and massacred 150-200 Native Americans (nearly all women and children). Chivington was both an Army officer (who left the service in disgrace) and a Methodist lay minister. Read More
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They caused bloody Massacre. Recently we have seen massacre in France . Read More
Who is colonel Chivington and what event was he responsible for? ---- Read More
The Sand Creek Massacre on 29 November 1864. Read More
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The Massacre at Wounded Knee was caused by the federal government attempting to forcefully remove the Native Americans to reservations. The Massacre at Wounded Knee occurred on December 29,1890. Read More
Ari Kelman has written: 'A misplaced massacre' -- subject(s): Sand Creek Massacre, Colo., 1864, United States. Army. Colorado Cavalry Regiment, 1st (1862-1865), Wars, 1864, United States, Cheyenne Indians, United States. Army. Colorado Cavalry Regiment, 3rd (1864), History Read More
The Sand Creek Massacre happened at Sand Creek in Colorado. This massacre occurred during The Indian War on November 29, 1864. Read More
John Chivington was a tall, Anglo man that killed 300 cheyenne. Read More
It was mostly caused by British Troops settling in Boston. Read More
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After Boston massacre they told king that colonists want to be free. No taxation without representation they screamedd!!!!! -PK bffl's with Kiki & Gabb =) whoever wrote this above is stupid and wrong. They wanted to be free they were arguing and that is what caused the mob,which caused them to say that.The Revolutionary war is what have been caused and happened after the Boston Massacre. Read More
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Richard Ritter has written: 'War on the Southern Plains' -- subject(s): Cheyenne Indians, Indians of North America, Sand Creek Massacre, Colo., 1864, Wars, Wars, 1864 Read More
the boston massacre had a lot of effect on the colonies, like the damage it caused and the killing of a several amount of people. your welcome for the answer guys! :) Read More
bostan massacre caused colonial resentment toward great britain and big asys hoe Read More
The sand creek massacre of 1864 and the battle at wounded knee in 1890 are examples of what us policy toward native Americans?
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On November 29,1864, John Chivington lead dozens of Colorado men in the Battle of Sand Creek. Over two hundred Cheyenne men, women and children were massacred and mutilated that day. It is now correctly known as the Sand Creek Massacre. Read More
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What were the two main events under Union commander John Chivington that has given him both acclaim and shame?
John Milton Chivington was a Union hero in New Mexico during the US Civil War. In 1862 he led an assault on a Confederate supply train that helped turn back a Southern invasion of New Mexico. This was during the Battle of Glorieta Pass. In 1864, however, he had turned his attention from defeating Confederates to assaulting Native Tribes. He led a Union attack on the Natives called the Sand Creek Massacre. This action led… Read More