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Galbraith's Letter about L. Provencalle Louisa Provencalle was a French-Canadian woman who was married to a French-Dakota man. She was taken captive in the first days of the war, and was ultimately released on September 26. Her husband was... Document
Mary Anderson's Depredation Claim When the war began, Mary Anderson was a housekeeper living near the Lower Agency with the family of Joseph B. Reynolds. The family was attacked by the Dakota at the Lower Agency. Mary was shot while... Document
Roseanna Webster Depredation Claim Roseanna Webster's depredation claim, 1863. In the weeks before the war, Viranus and Roseanna Webster had been living in their wagon near the Baker home in Acton Township, Meeker County, looking for... Document
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Mankato List List of Dakota names from Marion Satterlee, A Detailed Account of the Massacre by the Dakota Indians of Minnesota in 1862 (1923) Document
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Santee Mission School Students Gardening at Santee Mission School, about 1885. Image
Nathan Lamson In September, 1862, Little Crow and his small band of followers fled to Canada. In June of 1863, short on food, horses, and provisions, Little Crow and a small party of family and close friends... Image
Sakpe and Medicine Bottle Little Six and Medicine Bottle at Fort Snelling, 1862-63 Photographer: Joel Emmons Whitney Image
Medicine Bottle Medicine Bottle at Fort Snelling, 1862-63 Photographer: Joel Emmons Whitney Image
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