Through Dakota Eyes: Narrative Accounts of the Minnesota Indian War of 1862 - Book
"No two people ever remember a single event in identical ways, especially with the passage of time." ~Excerpt from the book.
This fascinating look into history tells the tale of the people who were directly involved in the war of 1862. There are differing views, of course, but many of the recounts dispute what historians have said. Each individual has a story to tell and each one had difficult decisions to make, should we join the war party or protect the white settlers? Some of those settlers were family or good friends but the passion to preserve your culture was also at risk. An interesting read for anyone who wants to hear both sides.
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- Gary Clayton Anderson
- Publication Details:
- Minnesota Historical Society Press
- Book Details:
- soft cover, 328 pages