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The Sand Creek Massacre of 1864

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"The Sand Creek Massacre" Modified Version of Award-Winning Film 06:37

A short version of the award-winning Sand Creek Massacre documentary film by award-winning writer/filmmaker Donald L. Vasicek. The complete version (You can purchase it at: http://www.films.com/ecTitleDetail.aspx?TitleID=13926&r=SR) won best film at 3 film festivals, was cataloged into the Smithsonian Institute Libraries, 42 Tribal College Libraries, several college and university libraries, numerous museums and is being distributed by Films Media Group.

  • "The Sand Cree...
    A short version of the award-winning Sand Creek Massacre docum...
Inspired by a drawing from survivor Howling Wolf. It was November 29, 1864 when the Cavalry attacked a Cheyenne and Arapaho village in the Colorado Territory. Estimates of 80-163 men, women, and children brutally killed and mutilated were reported.
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