Treaty of the Little Arkansas Mural

TREATY OF THE LITTLE ARKANSAS 1865 РBlack Kettle Speaks: October 12th, 1865 on the east bank of the Little Arkansas River in the presence of more than three thousand Indians, treaty negotiations began with the pipe being passed and smoked. Black Kettle, when he spoke of the desolated wigwams, murdered braves, squaws and children on that occasion, sent a thrill throughout the whole of the Indians present and even in translations touched every heart there,  Secretary Samuel A. Kingman. The mural is permanently installed in the rotunda of the Carnegie Library, Wichita, KS.


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