Topic

Narrator Theme Topics Keywords Type
Lillian Wilson They wanted to come home 1862 Ways of Commemorating, Commemorative March, Spirituality Birch Coulee Oral History
Terry Sveine If we can learn what not to do, there’s some good to come from it. 1862 Education, Teaching 1862, Learning from the Past, Ways of Commemorating Learning from the Past Oral History
John LaBatte They're still fighting the Dakota War among themselves 1862 Ways of Commemorating Minnesota Historical Society Oral History
George Glotzbach We were all glad it was over 1862 Ways of Commemorating, Inter-cultural Relationships Commemoration, Celebration Oral History
Frederick Juni I don't think that silence does much 1862 Ways of Commemorating, Brown County Commemoration, Anniversary, Celebration, Animosity Oral History
Dr. Elden Lawrence Milford Monument 1862 Ways of Commemorating Milford Oral History
Mary Fellegy I think children of today are lacking history 1862 Ways of Commemorating, Education History, Milford Oral History
Barbara Anderson The more history that’s shared about what happened, the better 1862 Ways of Commemorating, Education History, Savage Oral History
Judith Anywaush Why don't you guys just forget about it 1862 Ways of Commemorating, Commemorative March Discrimination, Police, Fort Snelling, March Oral History
Raymond Owen They had a bent sense of purpose 1862 Fort Snelling, Ways of Commemorating, Genocide Fort Snelling Oral History
Pamela Halverson We commemorate them every day. 1862 Ways of Commemorating, Mankato Hangings, Education for Understanding Honor, History, Education, Commemoration Oral History
Robert Beussman We still have people that allow others to tell them what to think. 1862 Ways of Commemorating, Creating Awareness, Media Commemoration, Media Oral History
Richard Runck Let sleeping dogs lie 1862 Ways of Commemorating, Learning from the Past WWII, Accuracy Oral History
Trudy Pashe Pazoiyopa 1862 Family in War, Ways of Commemorating Family, Pazoiyopa (Runs Against Something When Crawling) Oral History
Leslie Smoke Why not get along together with your neighbor? 1862 Ways of Commemorating, Divisions, Anger, Inter-cultural Relationships Divisions, Anger Oral History
Myron Taylor These people, those people, our relatives, were fighting for the same thing. 1862 Perspectives on 1862, Aftermath of 1862, Family in 1862, Ways of Commemorating Discrimination, Education, School, Land, History, Christianity, Family, Mankato Hanging Oral History
William Beane I found the birch trees and I knew that was home Growing Up Growing Up Dakota, Family in 1862, Language, Perspectives on 1862, Ways of Commemorating Family, Language, Commemoration, Traders, Military, Fort Snelling Oral History
Dean Blue It’s written by white folks. None if it is ever written by Dakota. 1862 Ways of Commemorating, Perspectives on 1862, Camp Release, Wood Lake Accuracy, Camp Release, Wood Lake Oral History

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