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Sand Creek at 150

Although I’m about three weeks late, I would be remiss if I did not take the time to mark an important anniversary in Great Plains history.  It has been 150 years since the Sand Creek Massacre in what is now … Continue reading

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Getting My Bearings

The next tribe along the Great Plains Trail is the Cheyenne.  I would like to relate a personal story about a place the Cheyenne believe is sacred. This past summer I had the opportunity to hike Bear Butte in South … Continue reading

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