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  • Captured by the Indians: Reminiscences of Pioneer Life in Minnesota - Book by Minnie Buce Carrigan, originally appeared as a serial in the Buffalo Lake News. Carrigan lived in Renville County, and was a child of 7 when taken captive by the Sioux in 1862. Full text in HTML or page images.
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  • The Dakota Conflict Trials, 1862 - Illustrated essay covers not only the military trials, but also the historical background and the events of the Sioux Uprising itself, which proved to be the beginning of a generation of Indian wars that came to a bloody end at Wounded Knee.
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  • John McClymer: The Dakota Conflict of 1862 - Illustrated overview prepared for a college course in history. Includes discussion questions.
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  • Massacre of Minnesota settlers - Lithograph depicting Native Americans fighting with whites. Published probably before 1864.
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  • Minnesota Civil War Map of Battles - Shows approximate locations of Fort Ridgely and Wood Lake.
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  • Red Rock Central High School: Dakota Conflict - Redwood Falls student project offers a timeline of the Sioux Uprising, original essays on important places and events, full text of a book on related monuments in Redwood and Renville Counties, links, photographs, bibliographies.
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  • The Sioux Uprising of 1862 - Student project at the University of Minnesota Duluth. Includes 1862 map of Minnesota, a day-by-day account of the war, short biographies of Little Crow and John Other Day, comments on the results of the conflict.
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  • The U.S.-Dakota War of 1862 - Information on Dakota history, the arrival of waves of immigrants, the war, and its lingering effects. Videos, oral histories, links to further information. From the Minnesota Historical Society.
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  • The US-Dakota War, 150 Years Later - A special project of Minnesota Public Radio News includes interviews, news stories, and features. Most are available both as audio and written transcript.
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  • Little War on the Prairie - John Biewen grew up in Mankato, but never heard about the US-Dakota War. He toured southern Minnesota with Mankato State professor Gwen Westerman, a Dakota. Audio and transcript. [This American Life] (November 23, 2012)
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