Spanish Attack Comanches East of Santa Fe, 1774

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About 1774, Don Carlos Fernandez led a successful counterstrike against the camp of a Comanche war party east of Santa Fe. His force of 600 troops, civilians and Indian allies drove many of the Comanches into a pond, killing approximately 400 and captured large herds of animals and other spoils.

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