Blood at Sand Creek: The Massacre Revisited
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BeschreibungThe dust at Sand Creek settled long ago. But 150 years after the infamous event people still wonder what really happened? Were the inhabitants of the village victims or hostile aggressors? Was Colonel John Chivington a ruthless murderer or political scapegoat? Blood at Sand Creek reaches conclusions that will surprise some. Using rare documents, affidavits, and military records, historian Bob Scott reexamines the battle.
PortraitRobert J. "Bob" Scott was born in Wichita Kansas, but grew up in Fort Collins, Colorado. An award-winning radio journalist, Scott works and lives in McAllen Texas.
Pressestimmen"By reinterpreting the Sand Creek massacre of 1864, Bob Scott has taken on the role of a pioneer, facing the arrows of western history revisionists. Blood at Sand Creek restores much-needed context to the history of the Sand Creek massacre." - Mike Antonucci, True West
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CAXTON PR
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 1994
Seitenanzahl: 214 Seiten