Red River Campaign
Whitney Alspaugh 3rd period
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The U.S. Army launched a campaign to remove the Comanche, Kiowa, Arapaho and Southern Cheyenne Native American tribes and put them on the Indian reservations. Of course, they didn't like this idea, so they went to war. Later they made a treaty called the Medicine lodge treaty of 1867. The treaty says in exchange for stopping the attacks and raids, they would provide basic training, housing, food and supplies,guns, and other weapons needed for hunting. They would do this in 30 year intervals, but it worked for the time being.
This picture shows what the war zone might have looked like during battle.
The routes of the army during the campaign.
This picture is a good representation of war because it shows the sadness and depression of what war brings.