Corporal Paul Wernert and gunners of Battery E 1st Artillery. Seven Lakota scouts and four uniformed Euro-Americans are posed behind a Hotchkiss gun, probably in the Pine Ridge Reservation near Wounded Knee, South Dakota. These guns fired deadly shells into an encampment during the Wounded Knee Massacre. Photo by John Grabill, Jan. 1891 (BSLOC 2017 18 17)

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Corporal Paul Wernert and gunners of Battery E 1st Artillery. Seven Lakota scouts and four uniformed Euro-Americans are posed behind a Hotchkiss gun, probably in the Pine Ridge Reservation near Wounded Knee, South Dakota. These guns fired deadly shells into an encampment during the Wounded Knee Massacre. Photo by John Grabill, Jan. 1891 (BSLOC 2017 18 17)

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Image ID: KWDMNM