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Full title: The Battle of Massacre Canyon - The Unfortunate Ending of the Last Buffalo Hunt of the Pawnees; An Account of the Last Battle by Indians

Account of the last Pawnee buffalo hunt, which ended with a battle with the Sioux. The hunt departed from the Pawnee Agency at Genoa, Nebraska. The battle occurred northeast of Trenton, Nebraska.

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Special Collections E99.P3 W5

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Republican Leader


Trenton, Nebraska


Pawnee Nation, Sioux Nation, Nebraska history


Native American Studies | United States History

The Battle of Massacre Canyon



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