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A letter from Hercules H. Price, Napa County, California, to George W. Martin, Kansas State Historical Society, Topeka, Kansas. Price writes about the Battle of Summit Springs, which took place in northeastern Colorado on July 11, 1869.

A response letter from Eugene Carr to Hercules Price. Price had asked for a copy of a map of the Battle of Summit Springs. The battle had taken place on July 11, 1869, in northeastern Colorado.

A letter from Hercules Price of Napa County, California, to Ferdinand Erhardt of Lincoln, Kansas. Price writes of his participation at the "Battle of Summit Springs" in northeast Colorado on July 11, 1869, against the Cheyenne Indians.

Two letters from E. E. Blackman of the Nebraska Historical Society, to Adolph Roenigk, Lincoln, Kansas. In the first letter, Blackman acknowledges receipt of Roenigk's letter and states that he'll work on Roenigk's request for information at a later…

An account by Adolph Roenigk of Lincoln County, and his time in Kansas, starting in the summer of 1868. Roenigk recounts working for the military at Fort Harker, Indian depredations and attacks on Indians, of which he includes an account of the…

A reminiscence of Ferdinand Erhardt. Erhardt recounts his time working for the military, which involved lending his cattle to them for the movement of military supplies. He also tells of fights between the military and Indians, his nearness to…

A map with table of contents of the plan for the battlefield of Summit Springs in northeastern Colorado, on Sunday, noon, July 12, 1869. This battle was between the 5th U.S. Cavalry Regiment, together with Pawnee Indian scouts, against Cheyenne…
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