DescriptionPLENTY HORSES - CHEYENNE, IMPERIAL PHOTO BY JOHN K. HILLERS
Mounted on board. Image is excellent, light soiling on mount.
Plenty Horses was with the Cheyenne Dog Soldiers when Hancock's troopers attacked and burnt their village on Red Arm Creek (Pawnee Fork, near Fort Larned, Kansas) in April, 1867. Plenty Horses participated in subsequent skirmishes with Custer's Seventh Cavalry in Kansas in 1867. This image was taken on May 10, 1875 near Okmulgee, Indian Territory.
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