Guide to the A.C. Beckwith Collection
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Two letters from A.C. Beckwith, of Cheyenne, to his nephew. The letters are dated March 29, 1868 and April 15, 1868. The letters include brief descriptions of Cheyenne and the region. A reference is also made to the Fetterman Massacre of December, 1866. Beckwith wrote that he was at Fort Phil Kearny at the time and helped bury the slain soldiers.
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Two letters from A.C. Beckwith, of Cheyenne, to his nephew which include brief descriptions of Cheyenne and the region, a referenceto the Fetterman Massacre. Beckwith was at Fort Phil Kearny at the time and helped bury the slain soldiers.
Donated prior to 1970
Processed by Curtis Greubel. Finding aid last updated in 2002. Finding encoded in 2022.
- Guide to the A.C. Beckwith Collection, 1868
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- Curtis Greubel
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