Sioux Nation
CUT NOSE  Who in the
Massacre of 1862, in
Minnesota, murdered 18
Women and Children and 5
Men
Photo by J. F. Whitney
OLD BETS   A Sioux Squaw
who will long be
remembered with gratitude
by many of the Minnesota
Captives, for her kindness
while among the Sioux in
1862
Photo by J. F. Whitney
CAN-KU WAS-TE WIN (GOOD
ROAD WOMAN)
Photo by J. F. Whitney
MA-ZA-OO-NIE (THE LITTLE
BIRD HUNTER)
Photo by J. F. Whitney
U-SE-DO-HA  DAKOTA (SIOUX)
BELLE
Photo by J. F. Whitney
AN-PE-TU  TO-KE-CA   (OTHER
DAY)  The Friendly Sioux
Indian who saved the lives of
62 white settlers during the
Indian War of 1862
Photo by J. F. Whitney
MINNE-HA-HA (LAUGHING
WATER)
Photo by Martin's Gallery of
Minnesota Views
LITTLE CROW  A Sioux Chief,
and Leader of the Indian
Massacre of 1862, in
Minnesota
Photo by J. F. Whitney
TA-TANKA-NAZIN (STANDING
BUFFALO) A hereditary Chief
of the Sioux, and a
Participator in the Massacre
of 1862 in Minnesota
Photo by J. F. Whitney
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