The History of Minnesota: From the Earliest French Explorations to the Present Time

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Minnesota Historical Company, 1882 - History - 956 pages
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Contents

Hayokah
56
Le Jeunes mention of Dahko
58
Traders in Minnesota 183334
66
First to labour for the welfare
70
Lament over an infant
73
Wanatas vow to the Sun
80
Irregular mode of life
81
Origin of word Pembina
87
Traders west of Lake Superior
99
Missouri Territory attached
100
Hoganwankekin St Croix
107
Fond du Lac treaty 1826
109
Description of
111
Missionhouse at Lac qui Parle
113
Arrives at Green Bay
117
Commissioners Case and
118
La Salle at Kingston
124
Callieres opinion of Hennepin
137
CHAPTER VII
143
Woman in council
146
Ojibway chief from La Pointe
149
Le Sueurs second visit
151
River St Pierre entered 161 pi valley
163
CHAPTER IX
176
Foxes leave their country
177
Cass orders a canoe
179
St Pierre killed at Lake Cham
193
70
197
Wisconsin Territory organized
208
Stillwater commenced
219
CHAPTER XII
222
Severe snow storm 1825
226
Mill at Little Canad
236
Perlier falls in love on the
237
Freshet in Red River valley
242
British withdraw their trade
244
Swiss the first farmers in Min
266
CHAPTER XIV
276
Traders disregards Pikes in Zachary Taylor retreats from
286
Murderer of one of the drovsrs
291
Rolette and Langlade present 280 Wapashaw and Little Crow
292
Joseph Rolette British guide 284 First gristmill above Prairie
298
Ojibways at Fort Snelling1826
299
Sank and Fox hostility to Language of the Foxes
300
Halfbreed but described
302
Sandy Lake described
305
Topography of Red Lake
309
Massacre of his party
311
Selkirk settlers again exiled 312 Suflerings at Pembina 1817
312
John Tanner discovered 314 land
318
CHAPTER XVIII
319
United States fortify the North Chief oflers himself as a substi
328
Franqnelina map A D 1688
330
Negro and Indian offspring 322 Swiss come to United States
334
Death of Joseph Renville
337
First infant of European pa Penneshaws mother kills Ojib
340
relation to what constitutes
341
Interview of the Italian with
347
Morrison at Leech Lake 1802
353
Findlay and party killed
359
English flag lowered
371
Notice of Mrs Rice
392
CHAPTER XIX
400
Discoveries west of Lake Superior
403
Rev T S Williamson M D
416
Notice of Mrs Steele
417
Rev Mr Boutwell assists him
419
Call of the Council again moved
420
Indian mode of gathering corn
427
portage
429
Guests at Fort Snelling
441
Moran captain of the expedi
447
Salle
449
K Smith
450
Lake Pokeguma
463
Scene after the fight
469
Soil around the lake
483
Wisconsin desires to extend
488
First Thanksgiving Day
545
CHAPTER I
546
Thunder Bird dance
557
Proisins of the treaty 560 J P Owens editor of Minne
562
Legislature of 1852 564 Birch Bark Fort
571
His character
575
Trial of Yuhazee for murder
577
Hopeful future 583 Villages near Fort Snelling
590
Speeches of Fillmore and Ban
592
plain
597
Land grant of Congress
607
CHAPTER XXVIII
613
Inkpadootah
617
The inmates killed
623
Wisconsin admitted into
628
CHAPTER XXIX
629
Educational policy inaugurated
633
Legislature of 1855
638
Hrs Bilansky hung
640
U S artillery move to the seat
647
First regiment at Alexandria
653
Chaplain Neills circular
660
225
663
110
665
March from Alexandria 666669
666
CHAPTER XXXI
685
Gormans brigade before York
691
Washingtons marriage
695
Malvern Hills
701
CHAPTER XXXII
716
Young warriors at Acton
725
73
731
Arrival at mouth of Minnesota
733
Little Crow killed
737
Movements of 1863 738 Capt Coates report 740745
740
Wire bridge
741
Fifth at Vicksburg 739 Second at Mission Ridge
746
400
749
Movements of 1864 748 Battalion formed
752
Gov Rlmsey elected U S Sena Gov W R Marshall
758
First public meeting of His
772
CHAPTER XXXVII1
782
74
783
111
786
Act passed by a twothirds
787
417
788
APPENDIX
797
Pike ascends the Barn bluff
799
Ochagachs map
800
Hennepins first work 824
824
226
827
APPENDIX
832
APPENDIX
840
Penicaut accompames LeSueur 847 sippi
846
Father Marests opinion 849 Fort removal
849
Assineboines
855
Verandries wly life 858 Bougainville on Verandries
863
Early life of Thompson 866 Explores Red River
869
Alexander Henry of N W 00 871 A mare for a wife
877
APPENDIX L
890
A birth in camp 890 Lieut Alexanders land trip
896
First flour mill 895 General Gaines inspects fort
902
Deaths and desertions 903 Presbyterian missionaries
907
Events of 1829 904 Dred Scott case
913
APPENDIX M
919
Treaties M1887 923 Pitts cuts lumber in St Croix
925
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Gov Horace Austin _
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396
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Names of months
10
Religious characteristics
10
776
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219
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791
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