Search Results: 'Dakota Conflict'

Search

×
×
×
×
9 results for "Dakota Conflict"
A Welcome Tragedy: Factors that Led to the U.S. - Dakota Conflict of 1862 By Colin Mustful
Paperback: $7.99
Ships in 3-5 business days
On December 26, 1862, the United States Government hanged thirty-eight Dakota Indians in Mankato, Minnesota, for their participation in what is known as the U.S. – Dakota Conflict of 1862. ... More > This remains the largest mass execution in U.S. history. But the hangings and the depredations that preceded them were not the result of an isolated incident or event. The Conflict did not occur by chance. Rather, it was the foreseeable result of years of misconduct, fraud, and exploitation. Recommendations were made and warnings were given, but nothing was done. The Indians System fostered neglect, nourished corruption, and welcomed tragedy.< Less
A Welcome Tragedy: Factors That Led to the U.S. - Dakota Conflict of 1862 By Colin Mustful
eBook (ePub): $0.00
Download immediately.
On December 26, 1862, the United States Government hanged thirty-eight Dakota Indians in Mankato, Minnesota, for their participation in what is known as the U.S. – Dakota Conflict of 1862. This... More > remains the largest mass execution in U.S. history. But the hangings and the depredations that preceded them were not the result of an isolated incident or event. The Conflict did not occur by chance. Rather, it was the foreseeable result of years of misconduct, fraud, and exploitation. Recommendations were made and warnings were given, but nothing was done. The Indians System fostered neglect, nourished corruption, and welcomed tragedy.< Less
Unwarranted Expulsion: The Removal of the Winnebago Indians By Colin Mustful
eBook (ePub): $0.00
Download immediately.
In February of 1863 the Winnebago Indians of southern Minnesota were exiled from beyond the state of Minnesota forever. This act of law came in the aftermath of the U.S. – Dakota Conflict of... More > 1862. Prior to the conflict, the Winnebago Indians had been promised a permanent home. They lived peaceably and had made marked improvements upon the land as documented by Indian Agents. Despite clear evidence that the Winnebago Indians took no part in the Conflict of 1862, public sentiment exceedingly favored removal. Ultimately, the U.S. – Dakota Conflict of 1862 acted as the necessary catalyst for the people of southern Minnesota to influence legislation and provoke the unwarranted expulsion of the Winnebago Indians.< Less
Civil War Veterans: The Early Foundation of WalnutGrove, Minnesota By Daniel D. Peterson
Paperback: $10.00
Ships in 3-5 business days
"Civil War Veterans: The Early Foundation of Walnut Grove, Minnesota," examines the lives of Civil War and Dakota Conflict veterans Elias Bedal,Charle Loring Webber,Byron Mordant Knight,... More > Frederick Fayette Goff, Jacob Thode Tillisch, Leonard Hathaway Moses, and John Bernard Leo, before, during, and after their service in the military. This is done through letters written during the time and other sources. It also lists all other known veterans to play a part in the growing of Walnut Grove with photos and service information. The booklet also include general information on both the Civil War and the Dakota Conflict of 1862. 74 pages.< Less
Grace at Spirit Lake By Colin Mustful
Paperback: $18.99
Ships in 3-5 business days
Along the wintry landscape of a pristine and hopeful frontier, tragedy struck and strife followed. Joseph Campbell is a thirty-one year old, mixed-breed interpreter who finds himself helplessly... More > intertwined in the real life actions, events, and people of a harrowing, but largely unknown struggle in the history of Minnesota. Joseph grew up along the expanding western frontier and he developed an intimacy for the people and places along with a deep seated knowledge of the varying cultures and languages. Following a massacre incited by Inkpaduta and the Wahpekute Indians in March of 1857, Joseph becomes torn between his duties as a U.S. Interpreter and his deep understanding, compassion, and kinship ties for his Dakota brethren. Joseph struggles desperately to uphold the rights of the Indians while at the same time seeking to capture and punish the guilty party. All the while, Joseph discovers a brooding conflict within himself that he longs to understand and finally overcome.< Less
Grace At Spirit Lake By Colin Mustful
eBook (ePub): $8.99
Download immediately.
Along the wintry landscape of a pristine and hopeful frontier, tragedy struck and strife followed. Joseph Campbell is a thirty-one year old, mixed-breed interpreter who finds himself helplessly... More > intertwined in the real life actions, events, and people of a harrowing, but largely unknown struggle in the history of Minnesota. Joseph grew up along the expanding western frontier and he developed an intimacy for the people and places along with a deep seated knowledge of the varying cultures and languages. Following a massacre incited by Inkpaduta and the Wahpekute Indians in March of 1857, Joseph becomes torn between his duties as a U.S. Interpreter and his deep understanding, compassion, and kinship ties for his Dakota brethren. Joseph struggles desperately to uphold the rights of the Indians while at the same time seeking to capture and punish the guilty party. All the while, Joseph discovers a brooding conflict within himself that he longs to understand and finally overcome.< Less
The Black Hills By Robert Todd Wise
Paperback: $29.50
Ships in 3-5 business days
While recession, terrorism, and tsunamis plague the earth, a worldwide threat is unfolding in America's heartland. One man must now go back. He must reconnect to his family and his heritage to... More > prevent an incalculable global disaster. He will not succeed on his own. Without the guidance of a Bedouin woman from Palestine, the US government and the world will overlook the obvious. A face to face encounter with justice and with time is required to avoid the final end, and the meeting must take place in the Black Hills.< Less
Unwarranted Expulsion: The Removal of the Winnebago Indians By Colin Mustful
Paperback: $5.99
Ships in 3-5 business days
In February of 1863 the Winnebago Indians of southern Minnesota were exiled from beyond the state of Minnesota forever. This act of law came in the aftermath of the U.S. – Dakota Conflict of... More > 1862. Prior to the conflict, the Winnebago Indians had been promised a permanent home. They lived peaceably and had made marked improvements upon the land as documented by Indian Agents. Despite clear evidence that the Winnebago Indians took no part in the Conflict of 1862, public sentiment exceedingly favored removal. Ultimately, the U.S. – Dakota Conflict of 1862 acted as the necessary catalyst for the people of southern Minnesota to influence legislation and provoke the unwarranted expulsion of the Winnebago Indians.< Less
The Devil's Drifters By Jon Ayon
Paperback: List Price: $17.00 $12.75 | You Save: 25%
Ships in 3-5 business days
(1 Ratings)
Follow two parallel narratives out West at the turn of the century. One, is a quest for vengeance at the hands of two drifters and the other, is the arrival of a mysterious white child into a small... More > Oglala Lakota village. The story paints a stark and moving picture of the dramatic change that took place in the Great Plains and the American Southwest, places often used as the landscape for Westerns. The characters in the story also stand out against an often stereotypical depiction of people in the Western genre. Their accounts reveal internal conflicts, moral dilemmas, and questions that stand courageously against the rising tide of change. **Soon to be a Independent Motion Picture by Mano Abierta Productions** This paperback edition also includes the thrilling short story, The Uncertainty Principle, by Jon Ayon.< Less