Through Dakota Eyes
Gary Clayton Anderson
Minnesota Historical Society, 2010 - Dakota Indians
This collection of thirty-six narratives presents the Dakota Indians' experiences during a conflict previously known chiefly from the viewpoints of non-Indians.
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