Indian Peace Treaty Pageant


The Medicine Lodge Peace Treaty Pageant compresses three hundred years of history into two hours of education and entertainment as big as life in a setting that looks as it must have in 1867, when the great peace council took place at the confluence of Elm Creek and the Medicine River. Held amid the native grasses and wildflowers of a natural amphitheater, the pageant is a panoramic reenactment of events beginning with the arrival of the Spanish conquistadors and winding through the age of exploration – the wayward days of Lewis and Clark and Pike – and culminating with the settling of the Kansas prairie.


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