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Young Shak-Pay, Awaiting Execution For Participating In The War, After His Capture In 1863. From The Time She Moved To Shakopee, Eight Years Before The War, Sarah Wakefield Was Acquainted With Many Dakota From His Band. The Town Had Been Named For His Father, Shak-Pay, Whose Village Was Nearby. Chaska, Her Protector, Was One Of The Shak-Pay Villagers With Whom She'd Had Some Acquaintance.

Young Shak-Pay, Awaiting Execution For Participating In The War, After His Capture In 1863. From The Time She Moved To Shakopee, Eight Years Before The War, Sarah Wakefield Was Acquainted With Many Dakota From His Band. The Town Had Been Named For His Father, Shak-Pay, Whose Village Was Nearby. Chaska, Her Protector, Was One Of The Shak-Pay Villagers With Whom She'd Had Some Acquaintance.

A Dakota woman held captive at the Fort Snelling concentration camp during the winter of 1862-63. The tragic events of that time led to several decades of conflict between Dakota peoples and the U.S. government, during which time the experience and vision of Tail Feather Woman took place. This photograph is in the collections of the Minnesota Historical Society, which has many photographs of Dakota people taken at the Fort Snelling concentration camp.

A Dakota woman held captive at the Fort Snelling concentration camp during the winter of 1862-63. The tragic events of that time led to several decades of conflict between Dakota peoples and the U.S. government, during which time the experience and vision of Tail Feather Woman took place. This photograph is in the collections of the Minnesota Historical Society, which has many photographs of Dakota people taken at the Fort Snelling concentration camp.

Cocopah Indian named Mosquito Bill The Cocopah tribe, also known as the River people lived along the Colorado river for years. to learn more, see here http://www.cocopah.com/

Cocopah Indian named Mosquito Bill The Cocopah tribe, also known as the River people lived along the Colorado river for years. to learn more, see here http://www.cocopah.com/

Yellow Wolf 1856-1935 Born in 1856 in Nez Percè tribe, "Wal Lam Wat Kin" band, nephew of Chief Joseph. Indian's name: HEMENE MOXMOX. He has become famous in 1877 war. Always present in every battle, he was one of more daring and combative warriors. In June 1878 he surrended. He died in 21 August 1935 in Nespelem (Washington) and buried near the great uncle. In the first years of 1900 he dictated his memories to L. McWhorter, that wrote a famous book printed first time in 1940.

Yellow Wolf 1856-1935 Born in 1856 in Nez Percè tribe, "Wal Lam Wat Kin" band, nephew of Chief Joseph. Indian's name: HEMENE MOXMOX. He has become famous in 1877 war. Always present in every battle, he was one of more daring and combative warriors. In June 1878 he surrended. He died in 21 August 1935 in Nespelem (Washington) and buried near the great uncle. In the first years of 1900 he dictated his memories to L. McWhorter, that wrote a famous book printed first time in 1940.

Young Man Afraid of His Horses - Oglala 1891

Young Man Afraid of His Horses - Oglala 1891

Shak-pay, a Mdewakanton chief. His traditional village was located near Shakopee, a white settlement named after him. Before the war Sarah lived with her husband John Wakefield in Shakopee, where he practiced medicine. She had many interactions with Shak-pay's Dakota before they were removed to the "Sioux" reservation. They and she seem to have respected each other. The chief had died by 1862.

Shak-pay, a Mdewakanton chief. His traditional village was located near Shakopee, a white settlement named after him. Before the war Sarah lived with her husband John Wakefield in Shakopee, where he practiced medicine. She had many interactions with Shak-pay's Dakota before they were removed to the "Sioux" reservation. They and she seem to have respected each other. The chief had died by 1862.

An old photograph of a Dakota Indian.

An old photograph of a Dakota Indian.

Dakota man at Fort Snelling

Dakota man at Fort Snelling

Portrait of Stella Yellow Shirt and baby, Dakota Sioux woman seated, three-quarter length, facing left, with baby on back. Photograph by Heyn Photo, Omaha, Nebraska

Portrait of Stella Yellow Shirt and baby, Dakota Sioux woman seated, three-quarter length, facing left, with baby on back. Photograph by Heyn Photo, Omaha, Nebraska

Joseph Two Bulls, Dakota Sioux, by Heyn & Matzen Photo, 1900

Joseph Two Bulls, Dakota Sioux, by Heyn & Matzen Photo, 1900

Chief Big Eagle  (1827-1906)  Warriors Citation    In 1875, Big Eagle who would become a leader in the 1862 Great Sioux Uprising in Minnesota, succeded his father, Mazarota (Gray Iron), as a leader of a Mdewakanton Sioux band of about two hundred people at Crow Creek in Macleod Country, Minnesota. In 1858, he traveled to Washington D.C., to negotiate grievances with federal officials. Unhappy with the result, Big Eagle and his people joined Little Crow and others in the general Sioux…

Chief Big Eagle (1827-1906) Warriors Citation In 1875, Big Eagle who would become a leader in the 1862 Great Sioux Uprising in Minnesota, succeded his father, Mazarota (Gray Iron), as a leader of a Mdewakanton Sioux band of about two hundred people at Crow Creek in Macleod Country, Minnesota. In 1858, he traveled to Washington D.C., to negotiate grievances with federal officials. Unhappy with the result, Big Eagle and his people joined Little Crow and others in the general Sioux…

Struck by the Ree was born in Yankton, South Dakota, on August 30, 1804, while the explorers Lewis and Clark were encamped there.

Struck by the Ree was born in Yankton, South Dakota, on August 30, 1804, while the explorers Lewis and Clark were encamped there.

Three young Blackfoot men. Date: [ca. 1887] Photographer/Illustrator: Ross, Alexander J., Calgary, Alberta

Three young Blackfoot men. Date: [ca. 1887] Photographer/Illustrator: Ross, Alexander J., Calgary, Alberta

My grandfather "Chief CrazyBear" lakota sioux died 1879 rosebud south dakota

My grandfather "Chief CrazyBear" lakota sioux died 1879 rosebud south dakota

Her Know, Dakota Sioux, by Heyn Photo, 1899 http://www.flickr.com/photos/trialsanderrors/2878915572/

Her Know, Dakota Sioux, by Heyn Photo, 1899 http://www.flickr.com/photos/trialsanderrors/2878915572/

A young Sitting Bull by Ervin Usman

A young Sitting Bull by Ervin Usman