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Title Meaning
Hanging of the 38 The execution of 38 Dakota men at Mankato, Minnesota on December 26, 1862 after the U.S.-Dakota War. The largest mass execution in U.S. history.
Hazelwood Republic A self-governing organization formed by Christian Dakota farming families near the Upper Sioux Agency who broke with the communal tribal structures.
Henry Sibley A fur trader, businessman, Minnesota's first governor, and the military commander during the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862. Also involved in treaties with the Dakota, he was instrumental in perpetrating battle, trials, exile, and punitive expeditions against the Dakota people.
Hierarchy Categorization of a group of people according to ability or status.
Holocaust The systematic, bureaucratic, state-sponsored persecution and murder of approximately six million Jews (and other groups) by the Nazi regime.
Homestead Act An act passed by Congress in 1862 promising ownership of a 160-acre tract of public land to a citizen or head of a family who had resided on and cultivated the land for five years after the initial claim.
Hoop dance A form of storytelling dance incorporating anywhere from one to 30 hoops as props, which are used to create both static and dynamic shapes, or formations, representing various animals, symbols, and storytelling elements. It is generally performed by a solo dancer with many hoops.