A score of battles and running skirmishes raged across the plains and canyons with some 3,000 soldiers engaging up to 700 Indian warriors. Several pivotal battles took place in the Texas Panhandle during the summer and fall of 1874.
Outnumbered and outgunned, native warriors and their families spent months running and fighting. After decisive Army victories, Southern Plains Indians gave up their free-roaming way of life and by June of 1875, began new lives on the reservation. Wild West Podcast proudly presents “Bat Masterson and the Red River War.”
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