The trail of the Loup; being a history of the Loup River region . Sioux joined in the fray, soon becoming the leaders.The Cheyennes were by this time closely allied to the Sioux throughintermarriage of the tribes, and trouble wiffi the one nation was sure tomean war with both. The Cheyennes had long been dissatisfied with theway the whites treated them and especially did they hate the soldiers atthe army posts along the route. These seem to have been unnecessarilyharsh in their treatment of the Indians, and at times to have brutally mis-used them. Let us here note the magnitude of the traffic

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The trail of the Loup; being a history of the Loup River region . Sioux joined in the fray, soon becoming the leaders.The Cheyennes were by this time closely allied to the Sioux throughintermarriage of the tribes, and trouble wiffi the one nation was sure tomean war with both. The Cheyennes had long been dissatisfied with theway the whites treated them and especially did they hate the soldiers atthe army posts along the route. These seem to have been unnecessarilyharsh in their treatment of the Indians, and at times to have brutally mis-used them. Let us here note the magnitude of the traffic

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