by Billy J. Stratton
Why did they arrive at different conclusions?
SOURCE: The New Republic
by John B. Judis
Why, we wondered, have a statue commemorating the soldiers who perpetrated the massacre?
SOURCE: Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study
The massacre of Native Americans was so horrific that it prompted two Congressional investigations; forced the resignation of two leaders—Colonel John M. Chivington and the governor of Colorado Territory, John Evans—and launched years of battle with the Plains Indians following the Civil War.
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