The Sioux Uprising of 1862 (Publications of the Minnesota Historical Society) ebook
by Kenneth Carley
allen county; americana.
Also known as the Dakota Conflict and the Dakota War of 1862, this bloody and tragic episode in Minnesota's history was one of a series of Indian wars on the Northern Plains that did not end until 1890 with the infamous Battle of Wounded Knee in South Dakota. ISBN13:9780873511032. Release Date:September 1976.
Published October 1st 1976 by Minnesota Historical Society Press (first published 1961). Interesting history of the Sioux uprising. Something that I didn't realize is that the Sioux and the Dakota are the same tribe
Published October 1st 1976 by Minnesota Historical Society Press (first published 1961). Something that I didn't realize is that the Sioux and the Dakota are the same tribe. Sioux" is derived from a derogatory nick name, whereas Dakota is the name the tribe calls/called itself. We live in Dakota county, and the land itself was part of one of the concessions in the run up to the war.
Soon bands of Sioux were rampaging across southwestern Minnesota, attacking farms and trading posts and murdering everywhere they wentósplitting the . Books related to Lincoln and the Sioux Uprising of 1862.
Perhaps as many as two thousand settlers were brutally massacred, although the number has never been firmly established. Once the uprising was suppressed, 303 Sioux warriors were sentenced to death.
From the Yellowstone to the Gulf of Mexico: A History of a Minnesota Regiment. The story of the 10th Minnesota as presented here is a straightforward description of events with relatively little analysis. This emphasis is entirely appropriate as the 10th Regiment saw a good deal of service in these campaigns.
On the bright Sunday morning of August 17, 1862, four Sioux warriors emerged from the . The people of Minnesota called for their immediate execution, a sentiment that matched the national mood.
On the bright Sunday morning of August 17, 1862, four Sioux warriors emerged from the Big Woods northwest of St. Paul, Minnesota, on their way home from an unsuccessful hunt. When they came upon the homestead of Robinson Jones, a white man who ran a post office and general store and offered lodging for travelers, the Indians opened fire on the settlers, killing almost all of them.
Known as the Minnesota Uprising or the Sioux Uprising, it cost the lives of perhaps 800 settlers, government agents and soldiers and led to 303 Sioux warriors receiving a hanging sentence. Only 39 of the condemned actually hanged at Mankato, Minn
Known as the Minnesota Uprising or the Sioux Uprising, it cost the lives of perhaps 800 settlers, government agents and soldiers and led to 303 Sioux warriors receiving a hanging sentence. Only 39 of the condemned actually hanged at Mankato, Minn. on December 26, 1862, thanks to Lincoln’s intervention, but that was still the largest mass execution in . The two best-known books covering the shocking outbreak in southern Minnesota are . Oehler’s The Great Sioux Uprising (first published in 1959) and Kenneth Carley’s The Sioux Uprising of 1862 (which came out in 1976).
Roy P. Johnson, The Siege at Fort Abercrombie (1957) - a good, short narrative of the military action in the western part of Minnesota during the Dakota conflict. 1965) - reprint of the 1897 original publication of these two important exploration journals which provide details on their explorations of the northwest region, including parts of Minnesota, North Dakota and points west.
Paperback: 112 pages. Bottom line, if one is looking for a short, concise history of the 1872 Sioux uprising in Minnesota, they need look no further than Carley’s work. ISBN-13: 978-0873513920. Product Dimensions: . x . x 1. inches. Shipping Weight: 1. ounces (View shipping rates and policies).