Indians Raid Camp Wichita

June 11, 1869, Indians raided Camp Wichita, Indian Territory. Their objective was to stampede the soldier's horses. Troops A, F, H, I and K of the Tenth U. S. Cavalry and Companies B, E, and F of the Third Infantry, led by Colonel Nelson, pursued the raiders. The raiding warriors turned on them, wounding three soldiers and killing six horses. Six Indians were killed and ten others were wounded.


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