Washita Battlefield Postcard - Illustration
Postcards are affordable ways to commemorate your travels to national parks and share those adventures with friends and family. You can send them, keep them for yourself, or even send them to yourself! This postcard representing Washita Battlefield National Historic Site features an illustrated image of Lt. Colonel Custer's men descending upon the encampment of Cheyenne Peace Chief Black Kettle along the Washita River as it might have looked on November 27, 1868. This attack implemented one element of the U.S. Government's new Indian policy and signified the struggles of Southern Great Plains tribes to maintain their traditional homelands.
- Official postcard approved by the National Park Service for Washita Battlefield National Historic Site
- Size: 6" x 4"
- Made in the United States