Osages Massacre Pawnees, 1830

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After a Pawnee war party had killed a hundred Osages near an Osage town during the autumn of 1821, an Osage revenge raid of 300 warriors massacred an entire Pawnee village in Woodward County, Oklahoma during the spring of 1830. None of the Pawnees escaped as the Osages collected over sixty scalps, five captive women and eighty-four horses.

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