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Medicine Lodge Indian Peace Council

Indian Lodge at Medicine Creek, Kansas -- Scene of the Late Indian Peace Council.

Harper's Weekly, October 16 - 26, 1867.

Sketch by J. Howland.
Indian Lodge at Medicine Creek, Kansas -- Scene of the Late Indian Peace Council
Harper's Weekly, October 16 - 26, 1867.
Sketch by J. Howland.


Articles on this site about the

Medicine Lodge Indian Peace Treaty

Signing of Indian Treaty to be Celebrated in 1927, The Western Star, June 25, 1926.

Ten Bears, Comanche Chief, Made an Eloquent Address At The Medicine Lodge Peace Council
Barber County Index, September 29, 1927.

"The Medicine Lodge Peace Council", New York Daily Tribune Report
Barber County Index, September 29, 1927.

"The Medicine Lodge Peace Council": A Graphic Description of Famous Peace Council By An Eye Witness, Gov. A. A. Taylor of Tenn.
Barber County Index, September 29, 1927.

The Medicine Lodge Peace Council Location:
Sworn Statement of I-See-O

Barber County Index, September 29, 1927.

"The Medicine Lodge Peace Council" by George Bent
Barber County Index, September 29, 1927.

"The Medicine Lodge Peace Council": Some More Interesting Articles Telling About Famous Medicine Lodge Indian Peace Council
Barber County Index, September 29, 1927.

The West That Was - Cody
Barber County Index, September 29, 1927.

Indian Givers Fate Told As A Warning
Barber County Index, September 29, 1927.

Real Men of the West
Barber County Index, September 29, 1927.

Kiwiktaka, Chief of Pawnee, Deserves Place in History
Barber County Index, September 29, 1927.

Padilla was First Missionary to Tell Kansas Indians of Christianity -
Killed by Wichita Indians

Barber County Index, September 29, 1927.

The Indians Agree To Abandon Kansas
Barber County Index, September 29, 1927.

Governor Paulen's Address Regarding the Medicine Lodge Peace Council
Barber County Index, October 20, 1927.

It Went Over! (Report on the 1st Medicine Lodge Peace Treaty Pageant)
Barber County Index, October 20, 1927.

Photographs of the Medicine Lodge Peace Treaty Pageant Grounds, courtesy of Nathan Lee.


Articles on this site about "Indian Troubles" in Barber County, Kansas

Adjutant General's Muster Rolls & Payrolls for the Barber County Mounted Guards Under Captain L.H. Bowlus in 1874. (partial listing)

Barney O'Conner Tells of Indian Scraps Here (in 1874).
The Barber County Index, March 27, 1930.

EARLY DAYS IN BARBER COUNTY:
Mrs. Jennie Osborn Writes Most Interesting Article Concerning Experiences In Barber County

Barber County Index, September 29, 1927.

Green Adams Describe Things As He Saw Them In Barber County In The Early 1870's
Barber County Index, October 6, 1927.

Memoirs of Phoebe (Rogers) Gibson:
The Early Days of Barber County, Kansas

Barber County Index, May 16, 1929.

Barney O'Conner Tells of Indian Scraps Here:
Early Day Character Relates Incidents From Fund of Pioneer Knowledge

Barber County Index, March 27, 1930.

Indians Killed Her Father Here In 1874
Barber County Index, September 18, 1930.

Lee Wynkoop: "Recalls Narrow Escape From Indians"
(Undated newspaper clippings.)

"The Largest Indian Council", from When Kansas Was Young by Thomas A. McNeal.


Medicine Lodge Indian Peace Treaty Pageant - the official web site for the pageant.


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