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Family and Friends of the Dakota Uprising Victims Volume II

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By Janet R. Clasen Klein & Joyce A. Clasen Koncz

Description

Our group Family and Friends of Dakota Uprising Victims was founded in 2011 to recognize our settler ancestors and honor their sacrifice and place in Minnesota history. On August 18, 1862, many settlers lost their lives, their homes, their property and peace of heart and mind. Their stories should never be forgotten. Our mission is to give voice to these brave settlers by publishing their stories provided by their descendants. Accordingly, we have set up a website for this: www.dakotavictims1862.com

Additional information

Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 11 × 8.5 × .25 in