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A detailed account of the massacre by the Dakota Indians of Minnesota in 1862 ...

Marion P. Satterlee

A detailed account of the massacre by the Dakota Indians of Minnesota in 1862 ...

by Marion P. Satterlee

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Published by M.P. Satterlee in Minneapolis, Minn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dakota Indians.,
  • Indians of North America -- Wars -- 1862-1865.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesWestern Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 473, no. 4772.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination2 leaves, 128 p.
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17686066M

    The Dakota conflict, which encompassed perhaps the greatest massacre of whites by Indians in American history, is filled with emotional drama, irony, tragedy, cowardice, and heroism. The drama engulfed thousands of people and the dimension of /5(15). 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.

    A detailed account of the massacre by the Dakota Indians of Minnesota in (Minneapolis, Minn.: M.P. Satterlee, []), by Marion P. Satterlee (page images at HathiTrust) The poetical works of Gay Waters. Including the Wicota. (Cincinnati, O., Standard publishing co., print []), by Gay Waters (page images at HathiTrust). In August war broke out between the United States and the Dakota Indians along the Minnesota River Valley in the southwestern part of the new State of Minnesota. The war was sparked by years of broken promises to the Indians, insults by the traders and starving Indian children and by an encounter on August 17th near the village of Acton.

    In August of , hundreds of Dakota warriors opened without warning a murderous rampage against settlers and soldiers in southern Minnesota. The vortex of the Dakota Uprising along the Minnesota River encompassed thousands of people in what was perhaps the greatest massacre of whites by Indians in American history/5(15). Names of more than white settlers and many Indians who died in the Dakota Conflict are included in: Satterlee, Marion P. A Detailed Account of the Massacre by the Dakota Indians in with Names of all Victims [and a] Complete List of Indians Killed in Battle.. Minneapolis, Minnesota: M. P. Satterlee, [].


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A detailed account of the massacre by the Dakota Indians of Minnesota in 1862 .. by Marion P. Satterlee Download PDF EPUB FB2

Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. Cover title: Outbreak and massacre by the Dakota Indians in Minnesota in. A Detailed Account of the Massacre by the Dakota Indians of Minnesota in A minute account of the Outbreak, with exact Locations, Names o£ all Victims, Prisoners at Camp Release, Refugees Contributor: Satterlee, Marion P.

A detailed account of the massacre by the Dakota Indians of Minnesota in by Marion P. Satterlee; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Dakota Indians, Indians of North America, Wars, Wars, ; Times: 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: 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. A detailed account of the massacre by the Dakota Indians of Minnesota in. [Marion P Satterlee]. Originally published: A detailed account of the massacre by the Dakota Indians of Minnesota in Minneapolis: Marion P.

Satterlee, []. With new introd. Description: ix, pages ; 21 cm: Other Titles: Detailed account of the massacre by the Dakota Indians of Minnesota in Responsibility: edited by Don Heinrich Tolzmann. A detailed account of the massacre by the Dakota Indians in a 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.

Dakota War of The most accessible and balanced account available, The Dakota War of draws on a wealth of written and visual materials by white and Indian participants and observers to show the sources of the Dakotas' justified and bitter wrath — and the terrible consequences of the conflict.

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.

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.

In August ofhundreds of Dakota warriors opened without warning a murderous rampage against settlers and soldiers in southern Minnesota.

The vortex of the Dakota Uprising along the Minnesota River encompassed thousands of people in what was perhaps the greatest massacre of whites by Indians in American history/5(20).

About this Book Catalog Record Details. A detailed account of the massacre by the Dakota Indians of Minnesota Satterlee, Marion P. View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. In most soldiers were sent to help in the Civil War, hardly any were left to protect the frontier, the first sign of things to come was when Fort Ridgley was attacked, after ten days siege this was relieved by Colonel Sibley, the Indian council decided that on August 18th they would attack in as many places as possible, that year the payments to the Indians /5(12).

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 “On a summer day in the Redwood Ferry landing on the Minnesota River below this point was the scene of the first attack against military troops in one of America's most tragic Indians wars.

Early in the morning of Auga large part of Dakota (Sioux) warriors enraged by delayed annuity payments and near-starvation conditions.

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.

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A digital copy, available for viewing, can be found here. Note that there is also a historic marker in New Ulm, Minnesota regarding the Leavenworth Expedition and lists the casualties, including Thomas : Elizabeth Webber.

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In this, that the said O-ta-kle, or Godfrey, a colored man, did, at various times and places between the 19th of Augustand the 28th day of September,join and participate in the murders and massacre committed by the Sioux Indians on the Minnesota frontier.Paperback or Softback.

Condition: New. Outbreak and Massacre by the Dakota Indians in Minnesota in Marion P. Satterlee's Minute Account of the Outbreak, with Exact Locations, Names of. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller Massacre in Minnesota: The Dakota War ofthe Most Violent Ethnic Conflict in American History Gary Clayton Anderson 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.