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The "Indian Boy" monument, marking the grave of a victim of the Northern Cheyenne attack on Sappa Creek, Rawlins County, Kansas, September 30, 1878, commonly referred to at the Last Indian Raid in Kansas. The photos were taken by William C. Piper.

Date: 1979

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Item Number: 442122
Call Number: FK2.R1 .61 *9-*11
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 442122

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