Sunday, December 2, 2012

Timeline: Dakota Conflict, Sioux Uprising Change of Military Command

"On the twenty-fifth day of November, 1862, by virtue of the removal of Major  General Pope to Madison, Wisconsin, his new headquarters, General Sibley, notwithstanding all previous dispositions and arrangements, became general commanding the military district of Minnesota, General Pope commanding the remainder of the department of the Northwest."

Taken from the Ancestry, Life, and Times of Hon. Henry Hastings Sibley, L.L.D. page 284.

 Read "Blood on the Prairie A Novel of the Sioux Uprising" at the link below in the format of your choice at Amazon. 2012 marks the 150th anniversary of the Dakota Conflict of 1862.


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