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  • That year the Santee Sioux the eastern Sioux, also known as Dakota rose up in rebellion from their reservation along the Minnesota River.

    EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON

  • The trail passed just south of the area claimed by the fierce Santee Sioux, who were within a few months of going on the warpath in Minnesota and massacring upwards of 250 white men, women, and children in the worst such incident in western history.

    LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY

  • The trail passed just south of the area claimed by the fierce Santee Sioux, who were within a few months of going on the warpath in Minnesota and massacring upwards of 250 white men, women, and children in the worst such incident in western history.

    LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY

  • The weapons had seen limited use against Indians, notably in the 1862 campaign against the Santee Sioux in Minnesota.

    EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON

  • "That's correct only if you're talking to a Santee Sioux, Senator," says I, and I swear for once I wasn't trying to be smart.

    Isabelle

  • Unlike the Santee Sioux, they were still nomads and thus could hide anywhere on the Great Plains.

    EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON

  • Kelly Hewitt: I read that you first discovered the Dakota Conflict, a violent battle between the United States and the Santee Sioux, also known as the Dakota people, from a children's book when you were teaching seventh grade.

    New Author Interview: Thomas Maltman author of "The Night Birds"

  • Kelly Hewitt: I read that you first discovered the Dakota Conflict, a violent battle between the United States and the Santee Sioux, also known as the Dakota people, from a children's book when you were teaching seventh grade.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • Trudell, a Santee Sioux from San Bernardino, California heard about the occupation, packed a sleeping bag, and headed to Frisco.

    An Occupation Worth Applauding

  • "That's correct only if you're talking to a Santee Sioux, Senator," says I, and I swear for once I wasn't trying to be smart.

    Flashman And The Redskins

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