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This is correspondence among Charles F. Scott, Harold C. Short, Frank Fuhr, Mrs. F.C. Montgomery and George A. Root. The correspondence focuses on the Lone Tree massacre, Meade County, 1874, where a group of United States Surveyors were killed by Indians.

Creator: Scott, Charles F., b. 1860
Date: 1931-1932

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Correspondence on the Lone Tree massacre, Meade County - 1

Item Number: 219058
Call Number: Historical collections: Meade County
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 219058

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