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Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site is a moving memorial where Cheyenne and Arapaho families were brutally murdered by US military in 1864. Interpretive signage and knowledgeable park rangers share a wealth of information. Though there is not much to “see” this site examines an important piece of American history. Situated in a remote area, the 8-mile maintained gravel road can be tough on RV’s or trailers. Have water and a full tank of gas.
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