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Outbreak and massacre by the Dakota Indians in Minnesota in 1862

Marion P. Satterlee

Outbreak and massacre by the Dakota Indians in Minnesota in 1862

Marion P. Satterlee"s minute account of the outbreak, with exact locations, names of all victims, prisoners at Camp Release, refugees at Fort Ridgely, etc. : complete list of Indians killed in battle and those hung, and those pardoned at Rock Island, Iowa : interesting items and anecdotes

by Marion P. Satterlee

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Published by Heritage Books in Bowie, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dakota Indians -- Wars, 1862-1865.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Don Heinrich Tolzmann.
    ContributionsTolzmann, Don Heinrich, 1945-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE83.86 .S25 2001
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 128 p. ;
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3972015M
    ISBN 100788418963
    LC Control Number2001280589

    This collection of thirty-six narratives presents the Dakota Indians' experiences during a conflict previously known chiefly from the viewpoints of non-Indians. Narrative Accounts of the Minnesota Indian War of Gabriel Renville girl guns half-breeds heard horses hostile Indians Joseph killed Little Crow lived lodge Lower Sioux. A Thrilling Narrative of the Minnesota Massacre and the Sioux War of Graphic Accounts of the Siege of Fort Ridgely, Battles of Birch Coolie, Wood Lake, Big Mound, Stony Lake, Dead Buffalo Lake and Missouri River, by A. P. Connolly (Gutenberg ebook) Filed under: Dakota Indians -- Wars -- -- Juvenile fiction.

    Sketches, historical and descriptive, of the monuments and tablets, erected by the Minnesota Valley historical society in Renville and Redwood counties, Minnesota: to preserve the sites of certain incidents and in honor of the devotion and important services of some of the characters, Whites and Indians, connected with the Indian outbreak of History of the Sioux War and Massacres of and Harper & Brothers, - Dakota Indians friends Godfrey half-breeds heard horses hundred killed Lake Shetek Lean Bear Lieutenant Little Crow lived Lower Agency Lower Indians Mankato massacre miles Minnesota Minnesota River morning murder night o'clock outbreak party Patville Paul.

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Outbreak and massacre by the Dakota Indians in Minnesota in 1862 by Marion P. Satterlee Download PDF EPUB FB2

OUTBREAK AND MASSACRE BY THE DAKOTA INDIANS IN MINNESOTA IN [Tolzmann, Don Heinrich] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. OUTBREAK AND MASSACRE BY THE DAKOTA INDIANS IN MINNESOTA IN /5(2). This edition of "Indian Massacre in Minnesota" is a reprint of an history on the Dakota uprising in southeastern Minnesota in Charles Bryant, the primary author, played a role in the uprising; he was a soldier at Fort Ridgley during the assaults launched on the fort by Little Crow and his Dakota followers/5(2).

On Decem38 Dakota men were hanged at Mankato. At am on Decem 38 Dakota prisoners were led to a scaffold specially constructed for their execution. One had been given a reprieve at the last minute. An estimated 4, spectators crammed the streets of Mankato and surrounding land.

Col. Stephen Miller, charged with. Get this from a library. Outbreak and massacre by the Dakota Indians in Minnesota in Marion P. Satterlee's minute account of the outbreak, with exact locations, names of all victims, prisoners at Camp Release, refugees at Fort Ridgely, etc.: complete list of Indians killed in battle and those hung, and those pardoned at Rock Island, Iowa: interesting items and anecdotes.

Outbreak and massacre by the Dakota Indians in Minnesota in Marion P. Satterlee's minute account of the outbreak, with exact locations, names of all victims, prisoners at Camp Release, refugees at Fort Ridgely, etc.: complete list of Indians killed in battle and those hung, and those pardoned at Rock Island, Iowa: interesting items and anecdotesPages: Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

Cover title: Outbreak and massacre by the Dakota Indians in Minnesota in. Outbreak and Massacre by the Dakota Indians in Minnesota in Marion P. Satterlee's Minute Account of the Outbreak, With Exact Locations, Names of All Victims, Prisoners at Camp Release, Refugees at Fort Ridgely, Etc.: Complete List of Indians Killed in Battle and Those Hung, and Those Pardoned at Rock Island, Iowa (Book): Satterlee, Marion P.

The Story of My Capture and Escape During the Minnesota Indian Massacre of With Historical Notes, Descriptions of Pioneer Life, and Sketches and Incidents of the Great Outbreak of the Sioux Or Dakota Indians as I Saw Them by Helen M. Tarble 65 pages. Outbreak and Massacre by the Dakota Indians in Minnesota in Marion P.

Satterlee’s Minute Account of the Outbreak, with Exact Locations, Names of All Victims, Prisoners at Camp Release, Refugees at Fort Ridgely, etc. Complete List of Indians killed in battle and those hung, and those pardoned at Rock Island, Iowa - Don Heinrich Tolzmann. In August the worst massacre in U.S.

history unfolded on the Minnesota prairie, launching what has come to be known as the Dakota War, the most violent ethnic conflict ever to roil the nation. When it was over, between six and seven hundred white settlers had been murdered in their homes, and thirty to forty thousand had fled the frontier /5.

OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. published by D.D. Merrill, St. Paul. Description: pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: The captive's experience as further related by himself --Efforts to regain the prisoners --Correspondence of Col. Sibley and Little Crow --Battle of Wood Lake --Official report of Col.

Sibley to Gov. Ramsey --The Chippewas --The captive's peril. (Other editions) Outbreak and massacre by the Dakota Indians in Minnesota in Marion P. Satterlee's minute account of the outbreak, with exact locations, names of all victims, prisoners at Camp Release, refugees at Fort Ridgely, etc.: complete list of Indians killed in battle and those hung, and those pardoned at Rock Island, Iowa.

Kinsmen of Another Kind: Dakota-White Relations in the Upper Mississippi Valley, In August the Dakota or Eastern Sioux, frustrated at being defrauded by the United States government and at losing their land and livelihood, resorted to armed conflict against the white settlers of southern Minnesota.

Prisoners Surrendered at Camp Release, Friday, Septem Taken from a list in Marion Satterlee’s “Outbreak and Massacre by the Dakota Indians in Minnesota in ” (Used with the permission of Don Heinrich Tolzmann, Editor) 1 Adams, Mrs.

The New York Times published this account of the execution of 38 Dakota men convicted of "murder and other outrages" against settlers during the U.S.-Dakota War of Author: Ben Welter. Outbreak and Massacre by the Dakota Indians in Minnesota in Marion P. Satterlee's Minute Account of the Outbreak, with Exact Locations, Names, Prisoners, Refugee, Indians, Etc.

[Paperback] Don Heinrich Tolzmann (Editor). Available. His book Dakota Dawn: The Decisive First Week of the Sioux Uprising, August is suggested for further reading, along with A History of the Great Massacre by the Sioux Indians in Minnesota, by Charles S. Bryant and Abel B. Murch; Little Crow, by Gary C.

Anderson; and Minnesota in the Civil and Indian Wars, –by the Minnesota. Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy Outbreak and Massacre by the Dakota Indians in Minnesota in Marion P. Satterlee's Minute Account of the Outbreak, with Exact Locations, Names of at Outbreak and Massacre by the Dakota Indians in Minnesota in by Marion P Satterlee,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

atrocities committed by Dakota men. Their stories, according to Bryant, inspired him to write a history of the Massacres and War in Minnesota of –’3 by Harriet E.

Bishop Mc-Conkey appeared in The next year brought A History of the Great Massacre by the Sioux Indians, in Minnesota, Including the Personal Narratives of Many Who EscapedFile Size: 1MB.

Title: A Thrilling Narrative of the Minnesota Massacre and the Sioux War of Graphic Accounts of the Siege of Fort Ridgely, Battles of Birch Coolie, Wood Lake, Big Mound, Stony Lake, Dead Buffalo Lake and Missouri River Author: A.

P. (Alonzo Putnam) Connolly Release Date: May 3, [EBook #] Language: English Character set.Dakota Indians -- Wars, Note: Cover title: Outbreak and massacre by the Dakota Indians in Minnesota in ; Includes indexes.; Book, paper.

OCLC Number: Holding Institution: Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection, Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana Available for Viewing: By appointment only Category: Books.DAKOTA CONFLICT OF MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTIONS MINNESOTA HISTORICAL SOCIETY.

ST. PAUL, skitch of the deeds and depredetions of the sioux outbreak h ich would make a book of about pages \•1hich would contain no thing but solid facts I think that there is money in such a Notes on Sioux massacre of Author: William J.