What groups were involved in the Chivington Massacre?
The Chivington Massacre, more commonly called the Sand Creek Massacre, involved the Colorado Territorial Militia, who attacked and destroyed a peaceful village of Cheyenne and Arapaho. Of the estimated 70-162 native Americans who were killed and mutilated, approximately 2/3 were women and children
The cheyenne and arapaho indians, and colonel John chivington and his men.
There was no General Chivington. Colonel Chivington led the Union Militia at the Sand Creek Massacre in the Southwest.
Sand creek, Colorad
Coronel John Chivington
Colone John Chivington :~.)
The Sand Creek massacre
he led a massacre of 133 native americans, including women and children
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.
Sand Creek Massacre led by Chivington Nov 1864
The Native Americans and the US Cavalry.
He was responsible for the Sand Creek Massacre as the Colonel commanding the Colorado Volunteer Militia.
US Army Colonel, Commander of the Colorado Militia; J.M. Chivington.
When john m chivington and 700 volunteers murdered approximately 200 American Indians camping in Colorado?
sand creek massacre
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.
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.
Led a massacre of 133 Native Americans including women and children
Who is colonel Chivington and what event was he responsible for? ----
No Naval Vessels were involved in the Boston Massacre.
John Chivington was born on January 27, 1821.
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.
I think it was more a massacre because there was fighting involved, and the British soldiers shooting the colonist.
There were over 4,000 redcoats at the Boston massacre
amerindians and the spanish
Yes. On November 29, 1864 Colonel John Chivington led an attack on around 100 peaceful Cheyenne Indians. Most in the camp were killed.
The Japanese and Chinese were involved in the Nanking Massacre of 1937. The imperial Japanese army murdered and raped Chinese civilians and unarmed combatants.
WHAT GROUPS WERE INVOLVED IN THE DAZZLING dECADE
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
There were believed to be a dozen armed stockmen involved in the Myall Creek massacre, as twelve men were brought to trial.
6 people were involved in the Boston massacre.
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.
John Chivington was a tall, Anglo man that killed 300 cheyenne.
They were British soldiers
what were the groups involved in the king philip's war
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
British soldiers and a group of colonists
Yes. Colonel John Chivington led a militia group of the 3rd Colorado in 1864.
There are several groups involved in the middle east conflict. There are Shia and Sunni Muslims involved. The United States is also involved, as well as terrorist groups like ISIS and Al Qaeda.
Chinese citizen's and Chinese government
paul revere i'm guessing
The Indiginous australians.
The Myall Creek massacre involved the killing of up to 30 unarmed Indigenous Australians.
The massacre was led by John Brown & his four sons. There was also three other men from the Pottawatomie Rifles involved.
-the lawyer who defende the soldiers involved in the boston massacre was Thomas Jefferson. qlad i could help:D