99 Hardcover E83 One of the newest of the United States' national historic sites, the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site commemorates the murderous destruction of a village of Arapaho and Cheyenne Indians by the US military in the Colorado Territory in 1864.
What does SAND stand for?
SAND stands for Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site (US National Park Service)
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We have 17 other meanings of SAND in our Acronym Attic
- Santé et Consommateurs (Directorate General Health and Consumers; European Commission; Brussels, Belgium)
- South African National Civic Organisation
- South African Network for Coastal and Oceanic Research
- South African National Council on Tunnelling
- Second Accumulated Net Cash Position (taxes; various locations)
- Security Analyst Network Connection Profiler
- Southern African New Crop Research Association
- Sports Association of Northern California Recreation Agencies (Foster City, CA)
- Staphylococcus Aureus Nasal Carriage Status
- South African National Consumer Union
- Software Applications Networking and Development
- South Atlantans for Neighborhood Development (Georgia, USA)
- Soy in Animal Nutrition Databases (University of Illinois)
- Spatial and Numeric Data Services (University of Michigan; Ann Arbor, MI)
- Steve's Amazing New Device (Microsoft codename used during Mac development)
- Sweet Auburn Neighborhood District (Atlanta, GA)
- Source And/Or Agency
- Sandia Airborne Computer
- San Diego Association of Governments
- San Diego Area Law Libraries (San Diego, CA)
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Nancy Stimson is chief of interpretation, education, and visitor services at Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site in Eads, Colorado.
Establishment of the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site would be final recognition of American military might used against an essentially defenseless native civilian population," said Alicia Seyler, NPCA's American Indian liaison.