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Take "The Quill" Along

J. D. and Joan Shipman stopped to visit the Sand Creek Massacre Site on their way home from Rocky Ford. The 1864 massacre of Cheyenne and Arapaho people Peace Chief Black Kittle raised a U. S. flag and a white flag of truce, signals of peaceful intentions. They say the soldiers, led by Col. John Chivington, attacks lasted eight hours. In the end 165-200 indians were dead and 200 wounded. The army started with 675 soldiers with sixteen of those killed and 70 wounded. Whenever you go on a trip, take "The Quill" along, have your picture taken with it, and then send it to us. Let's see where all "The Quill" can travel.