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The Lake Shetek captives November 30 1862 Courtesy t

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The Lake Shetek Captives, November 30, 1862. Courtesy State Archives of the South Dakota Historical Society.

Snana loved Mary and kept her safe until the war was over. Description from athrillingnarrative.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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Julia and Adelaide German, after their return from captivity. Along with their sisters Katherine and Sophia, they were taken captive by Cheyenne in 1874 in ...

Chiefs Medicine Bottle & Little Six Shakopee III. Hanged next to each other at noon on Nov 1865 for participation in the Minnesota massacre

WAHPETON AT CAMP RELEASE (MINNESOTA) , 1862

Mary Riggs, along with her husband Stephen, were at the Laq Qui Parle Mission when the Dakota War of 1862 broke out. Mary is an important character in the ...

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8 X 10 Photo Little Crow, Sioux chief leader Indian Massacre 1862 in Minnesota

American settlers escaping an Indian massacre in Northern Minnesota during the Dakota War, 1862

Great Warriors Path: Captivity Narrative: Susannah Willard Johnson

AKICITA NAJIN aka STANDING SOLDIER , 1867

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Wahpeton Dakota chief Mazasa (Red Iron), who didn't wish to be drawn into the US-Dakota War of

Dakota War of 1862 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Cut Nose - Mdewakanton - 1862

Shak-pay (Little Six), in prison at Ft. The chief was eventually hanged for his participation in the war. Sarah Wakefield was familiar with his band of ...

Forced Marches & Imprisonment | The U.S.-Dakota War of 1862

Little Crow (Chief of the Mdewakanton Dakota Sioux Tribe)

Iktomiska White Spider Little Crow's brother pictured at Fort Snelling 1862

LOUISE DUPUIS , NIECE OF CHIEF LITTLE CROW

SCARLET EAGLE , 1857

Image title: "Wa-kan-o-zhan-zhan (Medicine Bottle), executed at Fort Snelling, November for participating in the massacre of Photograph: Charles A.

Fanny Kelly, kidnapped by Sioux indians in 1864 and held captive for 5 months. | Indian Captives | Pinterest | Sioux, Native americans and History

The Real Pocahontas

Have you heard the story of the brave Mrs. Hannah Dustin, her capture by

Rudolph Fischer (1852 - 1941) was a White captive of the Comanche tribe for decades. Abducted at age 13 by a Comanche war party near Fredericksburg,Texas he ...

Attack on New Ulm, Minnesota. The US - Dakota War of 1862, was

The Dakota War of 1862 was an armed conflict between the United States and several bands of the eastern Sioux. By late December soldiers had taken captive ...

SISSETON WOMEN , circa 1880

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Four of the 11 Fool Soldiers. (South Dakota Historical Society) BELOW: Marcella LeBeau looks over her collection of Fool

Kiowa boy - circa 1900

The Indians Delivering up the English Captives to Colonel Bouquet near his camp at the folks of Muskingum, North America in November 1764 - Benjamin West

Little Crow - Mdewakanton - 1862

Custer's Last Stand from the Battle of Little Bighorn. (Credit: GraphicaArtis/Getty

A Dakota woman held captive at the Fort Snelling concentration camp during the winter of 1862

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Child · The captive ...

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Lithograph depicting the Battle of Birch Coulee. - Minnesota militia counterattacks resulted in a major

May 21, 1758: Lenape Indians abduct Mary Campbell from western Pennsylvania | Colonial America | Pinterest | Pennsylvania, History and Native americans

Te-he-do-ne-cha, Dakota, was executed for participation

Drawing of the 1862 mass hanging of 38 Sioux Indians in Mankato, Minnesota, USA

I stitched together this photo of J.K. Arnold and a the text of a letter he

Hannah Duston "made a name for herself as a completely insane-o-bot madwoman who was absolutely not to be fucked with for any reason"

Captives taken during the Cheyenne Raid of August, From left to right: Dannie Marble from the Plum Creek Massacre; and Laura Roper, Isabel Eubank, ...

The Color of Your Skin Ain't the Color of Your Heart (Shenandoah Sisters

Scalpings on the frontier were legendary, often thought of in terms of Indians scalping Europeans

American Women: Indian Captive Frances Slocum 1778 I need to find out who my family is that was murdered in New York appx 1805

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Fanny Kelly, kidnapped by Sioux indians in 1864 and held captive for 5 months.

As the Civil War was wrapping up, and so was the Dakota War of when on November 11 th 1865 Dakota Chief Shakopee was hung for his .

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Shak-pay (Little Six), in prison at Ft. The chief was eventually hanged for his participation in the war. Sarah Wakefield was familiar with his band of ...

Malinda Caudle, whose capture by the Comanches is described in the book, " The

Millie Durgan, Indian captive. My gg grandmother.

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TATANKA NAJIN aka STANDING BUFFALO , 1869

Henry Tenadoah with his grandson, Gus Palmer at a Pow-Wow in Kingfisher,

The two men who commanded Ft. Ridgely on the day of the outbreak and the

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PETER EASTMAN , GEORGE EASTMAN - circa 1920. I googled them but I couldn'

"Little Paul" Mazakutemani, a leader of the Dakota "peace party" during the War of 1862. He also wanted to take the captive Sarah Wakefield as his wife, ...

Tiwakan, or Gabriel Renville, about 1870. A farmer Indian on the Upper Sioux

Medicine Bottle, executed at Fort Snelling, November 1865 for participating in the Minnesota Massacre of Photograph probably taken in

Settlers | The U.S.-Dakota War of 1862

CYNTHIA ANNE PARKER AND FAMILY

Asa Daklugie - Son of the Apache chief Juh. taken at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, during the captivity of Chiricahuas, probably around Cheyenne Kane

Joseph Akipa Renville, The Meeter, Wahpeton.1858

Retronaut - Sioux Internment “The Dakota War of 1862 was an armed conflict between the United States and several bands of the eastern Sioux.

niece of Herman Lehmann who was taken captive by Apaches as a young boy (and eventually adopted by Quanah Parker) near Loyal Valley, Texas shows off some ...

Mdewakanton group with Dr. Thomas Williamson (wearing a white hat), at the Yellow Medicine Mission in Minnesota Territory - 1862 {Note: Dr. Thomas ...

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Helen Carrothers (right), Urania S. White (center), and Mary Schwandt Schmidt (left), all three survivors of the Sioux uprising of 1862

Camp Image | The U.S.-Dakota War of 1862

Cher is back on the charts with 'Woman's World'

Gravesite of Indian captive from the Texas Hill Country. www.anthonywhitt.com

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"The Escape of the Duston Family," illustration from "The Duston Family"

Slaughter Slough Lake Shetek

Captivity of the Oatman girls : being an interesting narrative of life among the Apache and

Cheyenne and Arapaho chiefs arrive in Denver with their white captives on September 28, 1864

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The plains have a stark beauty all their own which I'd not have known unless having lived here. It takes time to appreciate this fact but it is ...

Pasqual Yuma Chief

Portrait of Sha-kpe (Little Six), of the Sioux tribe. He engaged in the Massacre of 1862 and boasted of having killed 13 women and children.

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Indian called "Medicine Bottle" -- Executed at Fort Snelling in 1865 for participating in the massacre of

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