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Falling Water near Prince Albert, Saskatchewan - Wahpeton - 1901

Falling Water near Prince Albert, Saskatchewan - Wahpeton - 1901

Samuel Hinman, Episcopalian missionary at the Lower Sioux Agency. Living at the Upper Agency, Sarah didn't know him as well as Riggs and Williamson. He managed to survive the war by fleeing the hostilities.

Samuel Hinman, Episcopalian missionary at the Lower Sioux Agency. Living at the Upper Agency, Sarah didn't know him as well as Riggs and Williamson. He managed to survive the war by fleeing the hostilities.

1910-1919 Andrew Ireland, Sioux Indian, Mandan, N.D. :: Photo Gallery - Images from the NDSU Institute for Regional Studies (NDSU)

Andrew Ireland, Sioux Indian, Mandan, N. :: Photo Gallery - Images from the NDSU Institute for Regional Studies (NDSU)

Cherokee (Tsalagihi Ayili) Tribe ~ Oklahoma, North Carolina & Tennessee     The above two images are courtesy of: http://musiclas...

Big Eagle - during the Dakota War, Big Eagle commanded a Mdewakanton Dakota band of two hundred warriors at Crow Creek in McLeod County.

Dr. Thomas Williamson, c. 1860. His Presbyterian mission station, Pajutazee ("Yellow Medicine"), was about 3 miles from the Upper Sioux Agency. He was trying to Christianize and "civilize" the Dakota by turning them into farmers. Sarah thought "the old man" "a good Christian" and "excellent fellow," admiring his kindness and efforts to educate. She herself had never been baptized and wasn't pious. Williamson and his family escaped harm during the war due to the help of "friendly" Indians.

Dr. Thomas Williamson, c. 1860. His Presbyterian mission station, Pajutazee ("Yellow Medicine"), was about 3 miles from the Upper Sioux Agency. He was trying to Christianize and "civilize" the Dakota by turning them into farmers. Sarah thought "the old man" "a good Christian" and "excellent fellow," admiring his kindness and efforts to educate. She herself had never been baptized and wasn't pious. Williamson and his family escaped harm during the war due to the help of "friendly" Indians.

Chief Red Cloud http://www.sonofthesouth.net/union-generals/custer/custers-last-stand.htm

Two Oglala chiefs ~ American Horse (wearing western clothing and gun-in-holster) and Red Cloud (wearing headdress). Full-length portrait, facing front, shaking hands in front of tipi ~ probably on or near Pine Ridge Reservation Photo: Grabill, John C.

Sacred Hawk (aka His People Are Red), son of Little Crow - Mdewakanton - 1869    Read more: http://amertribes.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=santee=display=519#ixzz2A47Ouh3B

Shining Iron - Mdewakanton - 1858 Shining Iron - Mdewakanton - 1858 Shining Iron - Mdewakanton - 1858 The Thief - Mdewakanton - 1858 His Own Thunder - Mdewakanton - 1858 Little Crow (aka

Bishop Whipple, one of Minnesota's earliest "movers-and-shakers." http://www.mnopedia.org/person/whipple-henry-benjamin-1822-1901

" Abraham Lincoln on Henry Whipple's report during his visit to the President in the fall of

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