During the years of the Civil War, Colorado was embroiled in its own battle – the struggle between the increasing waves of white settlers and the tribes who lived in the region. Both sides were deeply divided within themselves – some worked tirelessly to find a way to co-exist peacefully; others wanted total war. At a moment when the peacemakers thought they had found a way forward, those who preferred the violent solution intervened.
These are the stories of fourteen people whose lives intersected over the most infamous event in Colorado history: the massacre of Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians at Sand Creek.
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