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The July 11, 1869 Battle of Summit Springs


Just a continuation of the whites bothering the innocent Anishinabe people of the Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas region. White settlers were causing all kinds of trouble for the Anishinabe people who were obviously fleeing from the evil whites. American soldiers were called in to attempt to halt the constant Anishinabe diasporas to the north of Mexico and towards the west, into western Colorado, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah. The American soldiers numbered 244 and their Indian allies numbered 50. They were instructed to attempt to halt the Anishinabe diasporas and not do what white historians claim. In the battle that followed on July 11, 1869, the whites and their Indian allies were once again victorious as a result of having the superior weapons. Anishinabe casualties were 30 killed, 17 captured, and an unknown number wounded. American casualties were 15 killed and 1 wounded. The Battle of Summit Springs was fought where present day Logan County, Colorado is located.



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