The subsequent flight and battle claimed the lives of women, children and fighting men, including their Chief. All of the camps winter supplies were burned and the horse herd destroyed. The Calvary also incurred a number of casualties, both officers and men.
The decisive strategy of searching out and attacking what was considered hostile Indians camps, during the cold months of winter, was deemed necessary by the U.S. Army to force them on to government designated reservations.
The poignant scene depicted in this bronze was undoubtedly repeated many times during the Indian war of the American West.
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