Multimedia Resources List

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New Ulm Attack Anton Gag, 1904 The Attacks on New Ulm On the afternoon of August 19, 1862, New Ulm came under siege by a relatively small group of Dakota warriors. This skirmish lasted several hours and left five... Image
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Six Weeks of War: August 18 to September 26, 1862 Map by Philip Schwartzberg, courtesy Pond Dakota Heritage Society; annotations adapted from “The Dakota Conflict--A Brief Chronology,” Minnesota’s Heritage, vol. 1 (January 2010). Image
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Scene of the Acton Murders, August 18, 1862 An interpretation of the shootout that occurred in Acton, MN, on August 17th, the day before the start of the U.S.-Dakota War. By Dan Nelson, 1909. Image
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Missionary Party, August 21, 1862 Missionary party, August 21, 1862 Photograph by Adrian Ebell On August 19, a group of about 35 missionaries, mission workers, and government employees fled from the Upper Agency. They headed first... Image
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Camp Release Camp Release, 1862 Adrien Ebell Image
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Message of Governor Ramsey to the Legislature of Minnesota, delivered at the extra session, September 9, 1862 On September 9, 1862, Alexander Ramsey made an announcement to a special session of the Minnesota Legislature: “Our course then is plain. The Sioux Indians of Minnesota must be exterminated or driven... Document
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Anpetutokeca (John Other Day). John Other Day in approximately 1863. Image
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