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and Creek Massacre National Historic Site in southeastern Colorado is relatively unknown, a bit out of the way, and one of our more recently designated national historic sites. The story behind it is simultaneously controversial, fascinating, sad and shameful. I had never heard of the Sand Creek Massacre until I rode across Colorado. About 150 miles southeast of Denver, after riding through the small town

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