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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... Custer gained his great victory over BlackKettle on the Washita rlvor.south of the Canadian. But of how -he, to the surprised Indians, apparently dropped from the clouds in the gray of the early morning..."
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Date:Day Month 1889
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"..., Serentli Cavalry, :>u e!.?.'htly woiiii.ii-it. Brevel Lient. Col. ) , > i.? nt< ? bis in in ?i,, ? ander him by a son ol BlackKettle, Bbom In- .if t? i v? a ni kiili vi (i.l li. hi, it/. In fore 1..."
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Date:Day Month 1868
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... and quartermaster at Fort Harker, near the present town of Ellsworth. The terrible massacre on Spill-man creek by the band of Whirlwind and BlackKettle had aroused General Sheridan to the knowledge that regular army..."
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Date:Day Month 1895
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... In Ten Days- Store Closed to re-arrange and . mark-down stock. Open Wednesday, January 5, at 9 a.m. ed picture writing on a buffalo hide which was taken from the' tepee of Chief BlackKettle by Sheridan..."
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Date:Day Month 1910
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:".... Denny. lieadiug, Othello's Apology, Shakespeare—o. W. Kyle. Original story, BlackKettle's Sister—Mrs. Dr. •irinnell Vocal solo, Happy Days—Miss Ruby Breed Violin obi gato—Mr. Cliase. Musical recitation..."
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Date:Day Month 1895
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... winter camp down yonder on the Canadian—BlackKettle's outfit. Onc't thar, all hell couldn't pry her loose." "And Le Fevre dared go there?" Among those hostiles?" "Him!" Hughes laughed scornfully. "Why, he..."
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Date:Day Month 1913
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... on the camp of BlackKettle on the Washita, in '68, the alarm spread down the river and brought several thousand braves to the assistance of their Chief. So swiftly did they come thata detachment of soldiers..."
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Date:Day Month 1908
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... mean much now. Dupont had disappeared over that ridge to the right, in the direction of BlackKettle's camp. How far away that might be waa altogether guess work, yet what would inevitably occur when..."
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Date:Day Month 1913
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"..., that of Chief BlackKettle, some 75 miles northwest of Fort Hayes. When they rode into the encampment, on the third day, there was much commotion and abundant evidence that the Cheyennes were already..."
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Date:Day Month 1903
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... for the < heyetnif? autl Araunho?-? nie full of aame and the m???t luxurious urtmor. Mark K? ttlo'*?l?ter r?iHirta three white women In the IoiIr?? below BlackKettle'? camp" Another letter from ?ten. js..."
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Date:Day Month 1868
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... the reds. There were 130 lodges of the Cheyennes aud eight lodges of the Arrapahoes. The Chiefs were BlackKettle aud Spotted Antelope, the latter frieudly aud the others not. They had dared the soldiers out..."
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Date:Day Month 1876
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... under CJeus. Primrose and Carr had a desperate and decisive battle with the bloodthirsty Chcyennes, under their famous War Chief BlackKettle. The savages were just returning south from participation iu..."
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Date:Day Month 1886
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... the Invading stockmen back, had butchered their cattle, and once again roamed these plains as masters. Hamlin knew this; he had met and talked with those driven out, and he was aware that even now BlackKettle..."
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Date:Day Month 1913
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... that will fly. e It seems that the mob at Pittsburg will now take-time to rc2ect on tbs fact that It lynched the wrong THE CACIQUE'S 10Y. Old Major Effingham, who was stolen and adopted by BlackKettle..."
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Date:Day Month 1902
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"..., a distance of about forty miles. Win-koop, I think he was in command at Fort Lyon, a major of the(pet lambs)Colo-rado First, sent word to Denver to Col. Chivington that BlackKettle wasat Sand creek spoiling..."
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Date:Day Month 1888
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... 4at 4seaq n lt i t tald v t 11I MVS iMii ojvrei Junin lu from tflr lidjv hiding behind theft or hula ilu bank of the little slrentn thin I acted ns a rifle lilt the reds fought In vain BlackKettle..."
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Date:Day Month 1909
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... hostile Indians—Cheyennes, Arapahoes and Kiowas—under the noted chiefs BlackKettle, Little Raven and Santanta, on the Wachita, Nov. 27th, shows it to have been a very severely contested and quite decisive..."
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Date:Day Month 1869
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