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Black Kettle Museum
U.S. 283 & S H 47
Phone: 405-497-3929 --
Statement of Purpose:
Collect artifacts from the nearby "Battle of Washita" Battlefield, where General Custer massacred Cheyenne Chief Black Kettle and his village on the Washita River.
Highlights & Collections:
- April 1-30: Traveling Exhibit --
The Image and the Word: The Exploration and Settlement of the American West, regular museum hours, free.
- April 3 : Lecture (related to exhibit) by Dr. Mel Firgel on The Santa Fe trail and Its Effect on the Buffalos and Indians of the area.
Tuesday through Saturday; 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Admission & Directions:
Corner of US Hwy. 283 and State Hwy. 47 in Cheyenne. .m.
Check with us at a later date.
Key Personnel: Bob Duke, Curator
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