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

    Sand Creek Massacre

    National Historic Site Colorado

Bookstore

WNPA

The bookstore at Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site is operated by the Western National Parks Association. The WNPA helps to support parks across the nation with grants, support, and operations. The following list includes most of the books and materials they offer at the site for sale.

Books:

  • American Indians and the Civil War
  • Arapaho Journeys
  • Arapaho: Our People
  • Battle of Glorieta: Union Victory in the West
  • Bent's Fort
  • BEOL: Bent's Old Fort National Historic Site Handbook
  • Birds of Colorado Field Guide
  • Blood and Thunder
  • Buffalo Prairie
  • Buffalo Standing
  • Capulin Volcano National Monument Handbook
  • Cheyenne and Arapaho Ordeal
  • Cheyenne Again
  • Cheyenne Dog Soldiers
  • Cheyenne Indians: Volume 1 and 2
  • Chief Left Hand
  • Contested Plains
  • Daily Life in a Plains Indian Village
  • Fact Pack: The People of Westward Expansion
  • FAQ About Coyotes
  • Fighting Cheyennes
  • Finding Sand Creek
  • Fort Larned National Historic Site Handbook
  • Friday the Arapaho Boy
  • Fort Laramie National Historic Site Handbook
  • Halfbreed
  • Helldorado: Bringing Law to the Mesquite
  • Hinono'ei Way of Life
  • Images of America: Kiowa County
  • Kid's Passport to Your National Parks - Companion
  • Ledgerbook of Thomas Blue Eagle
  • Life in a Plains Camp
  • Life of George Bent
  • Lincoln and the Indians
  • Mammals of Colorado Field Guide
  • Misplaced Massacre
  • National Park Service Map and Guide - New Edition
  • North American Indians
  • Northern Cheyenne Album
  • Passport Book and Stamp Sets
  • Peace Chiefs of the Cheyenne
  • Pocket Naturalist: Animal Tracks
  • Pocket Naturalist: Colorado Birds
  • Pocket Naturalist: Edible Plants
  • Pocket Naturalist: Medicinal Plants
  • Prairie Dogs
  • Prairie Thunder People
  • Prairie Traveler
  • Santa Fe Trail Handbook
  • Sand Creek Massacre
  • Soldiers West
  • Sweet Medicine
  • Tell Them We Are Going Home
  • Tipi Booklet
  • Travel Guide to the Plains Indian Wars
  • Tsististas Journey
  • Tsististas: People of the Plains
  • Violent Encounters
  • Washita Battlefield National Historic Site Handbook
  • Washita Memories
  • Wachita Paperback
  • Wildflowers of Colorado Field Book

DVD:

  • Canyons and Plains
  • Bent's Old Fort Orientation
  • Their Shots Quit Coming
  • Destiny at Dawn

Assorted Other Goods, including: Sand Creek Button, four postcards, the Plumstone Game, plush prairie dog and bison dolls, and posters of two paintings on Sand Creek.

Did You Know?

Camp Weld Conference

On September 28, 1864 Cheyenne Chiefs Black Kettle and White Antelope, with other Cheyenne and Arapaho, met in council with Colorado Governor John Evans and Colonel John Chivington. Held at Camp Weld near Denver, Major Edward Wynkoop, commander at Fort Lyon arranged the council and anticipated peace.