Multimedia Resources List

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Anpetutokeca (John Other Day). John Other Day in approximately 1863. Image
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1858 Dakota Treaty Delegation In 1858, a month after Minnesota became the 32nd state in the union, a group of Dakota leaders were summoned to Washington, DC, where they were detained until they signed another treaty... Image
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Treaty of Traverse des Sioux Traders' Papers Through two virtually identical treaties signed at Traverse des Sioux with the Wahpeton and Sisseton bands and at Mendota with the Mdewakanton and Wahpekute bands, the Dakota ceded all their land in... Document
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Little Crow's Village An interpretation of Little Crow's village, Kaposia, in Minnesota, by Seth Eastman in 1846-48. Image
George E.H. Day to Abraham Lincoln ...voluminous and outrageous frauds upon the Indians in Minnesota. George E.H. Day, January 1, 1862 A letter written by George E. H. Day on January 1, 1862. Day was a special commissioner sent... Document
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The Trading Store A view inside a trading store in 1876. Image
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Milford Township Milford Township Located just west of New Ulm in Brown County, Milford Township was populated by mostly German immigrants. It was attacked on August 18, 1862. More than 50 Milford Township residents... Image
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Little Crow Little Crow, 1862 Image
Jacob Nix Store Jacob Nix's Store, New Ulm, about 1860. Image
Little Crow1 Taoyateduta in 1858-59 Image
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