3 comments on “U.S. Army massacres Sioux at Wounded Knee — History.com This Day in History — 12/29/1890

  1. Pingback: Wounded Knee Massacre by Christians Crusaders | The Tale Of Bitter Truth

  2. Same Native American perspective you can find on 1,000 plus websites on the internet. There is another side to the historical record. See the first hand accounts of the cavalry troopers. Learn about the officers that led them. Find out why the US Government saw fit to award many of the soldiers that fought that bloody day.

    A blog dedicated to documenting through primary sources, the Army’s actions at Wounded Knee


  3. Pingback: 29 December 1890: Wounded Knee Massacre | Moorbey'z Blog

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