|Guadalupe Canyon massacre
||1881 Aug 13
||Guadalupe Mountains, Arizona Territory
||1 wounded; cowboys ambushed while sleeping. Perpetrators disputed.
||1871 Oct 24
||Los Angeles, California
||Killed by hanging and unknown injured in ethnic white mob violence against people and property in Chinatown.
|Golden Dragon massacre
||1977 Sep 4
|Bloody Island massacre
||1850 May 15
||Retaliation by a Cavalry Regiment of the US Army for the murder of Frontiersman Andrew Kelsey and Charles Stone.
||1914 Apr 20
||Killed by Colorado National Guard and Colorado Fuel & Iron Company camp guards on a tent colony of 1,200 striking coal miners and their families, many of whom were immigrants or minorities.
|Columbine Mine massacre
||1927 Nov 21
||Miners killed with machine guns during coal mine strike.
||1920 Nov 2
||Black population of Ocoee, a town near Orlando, was nearly obliterated during the 1920 election season.
||The entire population of African-Americans in and near Rosewood, about 350, were forced from their homes and never returned.
||1924 Sep 9
||1886 May 4
||More than 130 injured by dynamite bomb and crossfire of bullets.
||1922 Jun 21
||Strikebreakers and union guards at coal mine.
|Saint Valentine's Day Massacre
||1929 Feb 14
||Prohibition gang killing.
|Brown's Chicken massacre
||1993 Jan 8
||Store robbery with murder.
|Spirit Lake Massacre
||1857 March 5–12
||A band of Dakota people led by Inkpaduta conducted a series of raids on white settlers.
||1912 Jun 10
||Unsolved axe murders of members of 2 families.
||1856 May 24–25
||John Brown and followers killed 5 pro-slavery Kansans.
|Marais des Cygnes massacre
||1858 May 19
||Last major outbreak of violence in Bleeding Kansas.
||1863 Aug 21
||Pro-Confederate Guerrillas killed civilians and burned a quarter of the town.
||2000 Dec 8–14
||Two black males, brothers Reginald and Jonathan Carr, committed multiple acts of assault, robbery, rape and murder of several people, all white, over the course of a week.
||1855 Aug 6
||Scores injured in religious mob violence and arson.
||1873 Apr 13
||Blacks killed at courthouse and as prisoners afterwards.
||Six whites, remainder black killed as political intimidation.
||1887 Nov 22
||Perhaps as many as 300 killed, 5+ injuries to striking black sugar-cane workers.
||1868 Sept 28
||Democrats resisted the joining of Opelousas African Americans into the political party and went on a hunt for African Americans, killing at least 200-300 African Americans and 30-50 Democrats.
||1770 Mar 5
||11 civilians injured by British Army soldiers.
|Haun's Mill massacre
||1838 Oct 30
||Mob/militia attacked Mormons.
|Kansas City massacre
||1933 Jun 17
||The dead include law enforcement officers and a criminal fugitive shot by members of a gang.
|Sacking of Osceola
||1861 Sep 23
||Tried by drumhead court martial and executed, town of 3,000 sacked and burned in a raid by Jim Lane's Kansas Brigade.
||1864 Sep 27
||Unarmed U.S. soldiers murdered by their Confederate captors including Jesse James. 123 killed in ensuing Battle of Centralia.
||1778 Sep 27
||54 captured or wounded by British.
||1979 Nov 3
||Greensboro, North Carolina
||Violent clash between Ku Klux Klan and Communist Workers' Party demonstration.
|Shelton Laurel massacre
||1863 Jan 18
||Unarmed Unionists, including three boys, were shot by Confederates after capture.
||1921 May 31 and Jun 1
||City of Tulsa,
||≥ 800 wounded. One of the nation's worst incidents of racial violence.
||1872 Apr 15
||Tahlequah, Indian Territory (present-day Oklahoma)
||Died in a shoot out in a crowded courtroom, the dead included 8 Deputy US Marshals and 3 Cherokee citizens. Six Cherokee were wounded including the defendant and the judge.
|Chinese Massacre Cove
||Chinese gold miners ambushed and murdered by a gang of horse thieves.
||1777 Sep 20
||Patriots under command of General Anthony Wayne killed by British Soldiers under command of General Charles Grey.
||1897 Sep 10
||Coal miners killed by sheriff's posse.
||1937 Mar 21
||protestors killed by police
||1876 Jul 4
||Town looted in a racially motivated incident during Reconstruction.
||1780 May 29
||150 wounded, 53 captured by British against American Revolutionary soldiers.
|Fort Pillow massacre
||1864 Apr 12
||Federal (and mostly black) troops were killed by Confederate soldiers while trying to surrender.
||1862 Aug 10
||German Texans killed by Confederate soldiers.
|Mountain Meadows Massacre
||1857 Sep 7–11
||Mountain Meadows, Utah Territory
||Emigrant wagon train annihilated by the Mormon Utah Territorial Militia.
||1881 June 1
||Started when Ute Indians allegedly killed ranchers and stole horses in Colorado. As the Ute moved into the southeastern Utah, a battle between the Indians and a band of ranchers and cowboys who blamed Utes for the loss of their livestock was fought, resulting in the death of 13 cowboys in the gunfight.
||1945 Jul 7–8
||German POWs killed by an American guard
||1864 Oct 2–3
||Wounded/captured Federal black troops by Confederate soldiers and guerrillas.
||1916 Nov 5
||27 injured and scores of labor unionists arrested by police and vigilantes.
||1919 Nov 11
||Many injured in a street conflict between American Legion and Industrial Workers of the World members.
|Wah Mee massacre
||1983 Feb 18
||1 injured by 3 perpetrators during an armed robbery.
|Bay View massacre
||1886 May 5
||Labor protesters killed by National Guardsmen.
||1920 May 19
||The confrontation resulted in the deaths of Matewan Mayor Cabell Testerman, two striking coal miners, seven men from the Baldwin-Felts Detective Agency, and an unarmed bystander.
|Rock Springs massacre
||1885 Sep 2
||15 injured in a racial dispute between white and Chinese miners.