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Western History/Genealogy Department, Denver Public Library
"Diagram of the situation at the Battle of Wounded Knee
at the time the Indians opened fire."
Photo reproduction of a map depicting the location of United States troops and Native American Lakota Sioux, at the start of the Wounded Knee massacre, South Dakota. It shows: "soldiers tents, Indian tepees, Big Foot's tent, the Bee correspondent, General Foresythe, [sic] (Forsyth) Major Whiteside, Captain Wallace, Father Crafts, two interpreters, cavalry horses tied together; Captain Varnum's men, Lieut Taylor's scouts, Capt Nolan with mounted guard, Capt Wallace's Troop K, Co. G. 'Gray Horse Troop', hill on which Hotchkiss battery was located, ambulance wagon, ravine, Wounded Knee Road, road to Pine Ridge Agency, open field, log cabin, post office, and where the Indians escaped to hills.