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Dakota War Whoop: Or, Indian Massacres and War in Minnesota, of 1862-3
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The ultimate defensive preparation was undertaken by the women of New UlmJoining up, they decided to watch the soldiers and attack them at the first favorable opportunityDakota War of 1862 Part of Sioux Wars, American Civil War 1904 painting "Attack on New Ulm" by Anton Gag Date August 17, 1862 December 26, 1862 Location Minnesota, Dakota Territory Result United States victory Belligerents United States Dakota Commanders and leaders John Pope Henry Hastings Sibley Little Crow Wabasha Big Eagle Shakopee Casualties and losses 77 soldiers 450800 civilians[1] 150 dead, 38 executed[2]+2 executed November 11, 1865 It consisted of four tribes - Mdewakantons, Sissetons, Wahpekutes and WahpetonsOfficers' quarters 6

During the fighting, many of the women and children took cover in the basement of the Erd Building, a brick structure built just a year earlierThe Dakota were warlike by nature and fearsome fightersgovernment's Indian policies(October 10, 2005)By the beginning of November, Camp Release was holding over 2,000 DakotaThe soldiers' tents were placed in a circle inside the wagon laagerHis headstone says it all - "Born 1818For killing Little Crow, the state granted Lamson an additional $500 bounty

Meanwhile, 1,000 miles to the southeast near Washington, D.C., Union Major General John Pope was about to lose the Second Battle of Manassas (Bull Run) on August 28, 1862 although he didn't know that yetThe following spring they were transferred to Camp McClellan in Davenport, Iowa,[30] where they were held in prison for almost four yearsSibley walked into the peace lodge camp with a small escortWall relates in his book that some of the ravines come out just a few rods from the fortThis was a group of 50 men from Renville County who volunteered to fight in the Union ArmyBecause of high demand for cadavers for anatomical study, several doctors wanted to obtain the bodies after the executionWe'll keep going back to thoroughly cover the valley and all it offers

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