PART 1A. - WICKENBURG MASSACRE HAS A BLOODIER SEQUEL. By ROSCOE G. WILLSON. — PART 1A.- WICKENBURG MASSACRE HAS BLOODIER SEQUEL:By ROSCOE G. WILLSON.
This column some time ago carried an account of the Wickenburg Massacre which detailed the manner in which the Wickenburg-Ehrenberg stage was attacked by a band of Indians who killed Dutch John Lanz, the driver, and five of the seven passengers. The other two, though wounded, managed to escape. This Massacre occurred Nov. 5, 1871. Arizona Republic (Phoenix, Arizona), 18 Nov 1951, Sun., Pg. No. 8.