Through Dakota Eyes (Google eBook)

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Gary Clayton Anderson, Alan Roland Woolworth
Minnesota Historical Society, Nov 21, 2014 - Dakota Indians - 328 pages
2 Reviews
Thirty-six narratives present the Dakota Indians' experiences during a conflict previously known chiefly from the viewpoints of non-Indians.
  

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Review: Through Dakota Eyes: Narrative Accounts Of The Minnesota Indian War Of 1863

User Review  - Christopher Hagen - Goodreads

Interesting snippets from eyewitness accounts during the Indian Wars of the 1860s. The book jumped the individual stories however, making the reading at times confusing. Read full review

Review: Through Dakota Eyes: Narrative Accounts Of The Minnesota Indian War Of 1863

User Review  - Deb Owens - Goodreads

My second time through this book. This is an edited collection of narratives about the US-Dakota conflict, gleaned from newspaper interviews with various Dakota individuals, mostly in the late 19th ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
Causes of the Dakota War of 1862
The War Begins
Attack on the Redwood Agency
The War Becomes General
Attack on the Yellow Medicine Agency
The Gathering at Little Crows Village
The Battles
The Flight North and the Emergence of the Peace Party
Copyright

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About the author (2014)

Anderson, professor of history at the University of Oklahoma.

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