• Blankets, hides, and other offerings hang at massacre overlook

    Sand Creek Massacre

    National Historic Site Colorado

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  • April Night Tour of Sand Creek

    Sand Creek Massacre NHS is offering an evening tour and presentation on April 19, 2014. Appointments are required; please see the linked page for more information on scheduling and information. More »

Brochures

In order to request a park brochure, please call the park at 719-438-5916 or 719-729-3003.

Email our staff at SANDInfo@nps.gov.

Write to Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site at P.O. Box 249, Eads, CO 81036.

 

 
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Park brochure front available in pdf form.

 
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Park brochure back available in pdf form.

 

Did You Know?

Pvt. Aldrich

There were about 675 Colorado troops at Sand Creek. Private Joseph Aldrich of Company F of the 1st Regiment, pictured below, was one of 18 to die. The first soldier to fall at Sand Creek was likely Private George Pierce, Company F, 1st Colorado Regiment. More...