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Sky Chief Monument


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A monument dedicated in 1924 to the Pawnee leader, Sky Chief stands on the Sky Chief Springs Ranch marking the last campsite of the Pawnee prior to their massacre by the Sioux Indians in a battle near Trenton, Nebraska.

Robert and Joyce Stear welcome anyone to stop in and see the man-made ponds that are fed by springs. There are Indian mounds and an early dugout to be viewed.


Address: 3 miles east on Highway 6 and 34

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Sky Chief Monument

A monument dedicated in 1924 to the Pawnee leader, Sky Chief stands on the Sky Chief Springs Ranch marking the last campsite ...