The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 106, July 2002 - April, 2003 Page: 171
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2002 Archeological Investigations at the Battle of Red River Site 171
I ,E WALLS. JUNE 217
, LYMAN'S WAGO TRAIN, SEPT. 9-I
SUFFALO WALLOW FIGHT, SEPT, 17
BATTLE OF SWEETWATER CREEK, SEPT 2
T[ATLE OF RED RIVER, AUG. 30
MAJOR BATTLE SITES
RED RIVER WAR, 874
Figure 1. Battle sites of the Red River War Project.
the Federal Army back east. As a result, the frontier settlement line in
Texas was driven eastward as the Indians threw greater effort into their at-
tempts to reclaim territory they saw as rightfully theirs. In response to the
increased raiding, the settlers who remained on the frontier "forted up"
in more concentrated locations for protection. Indian activities viewed by
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