Report of the Sectretary of War, communicating...evidence... The Sand Creek Massacre, November 1864
Publisher: Government Printing Office
Place: Washington, DC
228p. Octavo (8 7/8" x 5 1/2") unbound. 39th Congress, 2d Session, Executive Document number 26. Report of the Secretary of War, communicating, In compliance with a resolution of the Senate of February 4, 1867, a copy of th evidence taken at Denver and Fort Lyon, Colorado Territory, by a military commission, order to inquire into the Sand Creek massacre, November, 1864. (Howes: S80)1st edition.
This document which was bound with other documents, not related to this subject, numbers consecutively through 228p. It contains the testimony and hearings which lasted 76 days of lurid details of Chivington's sickening massacre of un-offending Indians at Sand Creek, Colorado.
Small tear on front page, pencil notation listing of Howes S80. Part of the Condition of the Indian Tribes which consisted of 532p. Over all an unbound copy in very good condition.
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