Multimedia Resources List

Title Image Description Type
Antonio B.V. Images contributed by Antonio B.V., a student in St. Paul Public School's American Indian Education program.  Image
Angelica Z. Images contributed by Angelica Z., a student in St. Paul Public School's American Indian Education program.  Image
Andrew F. Images contributed by Andrew F., a student in St. Paul Public School's American Indian Education program.  Image
Allen W. Images contributed by Allen W., a student in St. Paul Public School's American Indian Education program.  Image
Alexander G. Images contributed by Alexander G., a student in St. Paul Public School's American Indian Education program.  Image
Alex A. Images contributed by Alex A., a student in St. Paul Public School's American Indian Education program.  Image
Fort Ridgely Drawing A drawing of Fort Ridgely in 1862, by anonymous.  Image
“For Every Great Man, There is a Great Woman” “For Every Great Man, There is a Great Woman”  Color pencil and acrylic on paper (ledger art) by Avis Charley, 2012. Purchased from the 2012 "Ded Unk'unpi - We Are Here" exhibit. In her artist... Image
"1862 Sung Ite Ha" "1862 Sung Ite Ha" Mixed media sculpture (horse mask) by James Star Comes Out, 2012. Purchased from the 2012 "Ded Unk'unpi - We Are Here" exhibit. In his artist statement, he writes, "The horse is... Image
Cannon Rounds The New Ulm Battery firing three cannon artillery rounds. The picture was taken during the August 19th 2012 memorial dedication for the Le Sueur Tigers. It took place in "Louise Park" by the... Image
Musket Volley Firing of three musket rifle volleys by the 5th Minnesota Infantry. The picture was taken during the August 19th. 2012 memorial dedication for the Le Sueur Tigers. It took place in "Louise Park" by... Image
William Luskey Grave The Grave of William Luskey, member of th LeSueur Tigers. William Luskey, an Irish immigrant, joined the Tigers along with several of his close neighbors. On August 23, during the second battle of... Image
The LeSueur Tigers A history of the LeSueur Tigers Company by Curtis Dahlin. Courtesy of George Luskey and Curtis Dahlin.  Document
Oceti Šakowiŋ: The Seven Council Fires The Seven Council Fires of the Dakota, Nakota, and Lakota.  Courtesy of http://www.ndstudies.org. Graphic by: Cassie Theuer North Dakota Studies Project State Historical Society of North Dakota Image
Camp Image A view of life in the internment camp. This picture, taken by Whitney's Gallery in 1862-1863, was un-posed--unlike the other photos they took of the inmates and camp conditions.  Image
Richard Henry Pratt Richard Henry Pratt in 1879, photograph by John N. Choate in Carlisle Pennsylvania.  Photo Lot 81-12 06828100, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution.  Image
George Quinn Article This article in The St. Paul Dispatch, December 18, 1914, is about George Quinn's experience during the U.S.-Dakota War.   Source: Minnesota Historical Society Newspaper Collections.  Document
Return of the Killed and Wounded at Fort Ridgely, Minnesota return of killed and wounded at Fort Ridgely p1 This list was made by John W. Jones after the battles at Fort Ridgely. Jones made this list of the casualties as part of his report to superiors.John W. Jones was a combat-wounded veteran of the... Document
New Ulm Petition On August 14, a group of New Ulm residents voiced their concerns in a strongly worded petition sent to Minnesota governor Alexander Ramsey. In it, the settlers described delays in payments to the... Document
List of Whites Killed in Renville County "List of whites killed in Renville County," 1862. Stephen Riggs likely made this list while interviewing freed captives at Camp Release, after the war ended and before trials of Dakota men began. Document
Musket This musket was used by Captain Louis Buggert who led a Brown County militia unit and was killed in the second battle of New Ulm on August 23rd, 1862. Image
Treaty of Traverse des Sioux This painting by Francis David Millet, after a sketch by Frank Blackwell Mayer, completed more that 50 years after the event it depicts, is believed to contain portraits of many of the key players... Image
Snelling Newspaper This article in The Pioneer Daily Dispatch outlines an incident that occured while the Dakota were interned below Fort Snelling in the winter of 1862-1863. Stories of angry soldiers and citizens... Document
Fort Snelling in 1848 A view of Fort Snelling and the surrounding area as it looked in 1848 by Seth Eastman.  Image
Dakota Interned at Fort Snelling   Report no. 156 in the Report of the [U.S.] Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1863. William McKusick, superintendent of the "Indian Camp" at Fort Snelling conducted a census of the... Document

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