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Meeker County (Minnesota, United States) (search for this): article 11
ndians are subdued, as they may have four or five thousand warriors to meet sooner or later. Major Cranes, of St. Cloud, writes to the Governor that a committee or reliable citizens, appointed to visit the scene of the recent murders, had just returned. They went as far as Pineville, and found that some two hundred persons had been killed in the vicinity of that place and Norway Lake. The Governor is receiving painful petitions for aid to protect the lives and property in Stearns, Meeker, and Monongahela counties. Many persons had been driven from their homes, leaving their crops but partially harvested. Arrivals in this city from New Uim report, an usual, shocking scenes, too horrible to recount. Gov. Ramsey's proclamation. Gov. Ramsey, of Minnesota, has issued the following proclamation! Executive Chamber, St. Paul, August 21, 1862. To the People of Minnesota. The Sioux Indians upon our western frontier have risen in large bodies, attacked the s
Pineville (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 11
nued until late in the evening, Nothing has been heard form there since General Shibley asked for a full regiment to be at once sent up, armed and equipped. He thinks that a larger force will be needed before the Indians are subdued, as they may have four or five thousand warriors to meet sooner or later. Major Cranes, of St. Cloud, writes to the Governor that a committee or reliable citizens, appointed to visit the scene of the recent murders, had just returned. They went as far as Pineville, and found that some two hundred persons had been killed in the vicinity of that place and Norway Lake. The Governor is receiving painful petitions for aid to protect the lives and property in Stearns, Meeker, and Monongahela counties. Many persons had been driven from their homes, leaving their crops but partially harvested. Arrivals in this city from New Uim report, an usual, shocking scenes, too horrible to recount. Gov. Ramsey's proclamation. Gov. Ramsey, of Minneso
Brown county (Minnesota, United States) (search for this): article 11
inforced. More than one hundred persons are known to be killed, and we believe at least one thousand are. Neither age nor sex are spared. The sheriff of Brown county writes to Governor Ramsey: The Sioux Indians have commenced war. This morning the agency at Yellow Medicine and Redwood were destroyed. Then an attack was made on the settlers on that part of the reservation lying in Brown county, and on some inhabitants bordering the reservation, killing about thirty in Brown county, women and children. A party of about twelve men were going out of the town of New Uim to recruit for Milford township. When they reached a timbered point about sition, killing about thirty in Brown county, women and children. A party of about twelve men were going out of the town of New Uim to recruit for Milford township. When they reached a timbered point about six miles from town three men were killed and two wounded, and the others made their escape. They were not armed at all.
Crow Wing, Minn. (Minnesota, United States) (search for this): article 11
from the frontier of Minnesota show that an Indian war has been inaugurated, which sinks into insignificance all the other Indian wars which have occurred in this country for thirty years. The Sioux Indians, who began the war, it is now threatened, will be joined by the Chippewas. The latest intelligence is contained in the following dispatch: St. Paul, Minn, August 26.--The latest dates from New Uim state that on Saturday night the village was mostly burned up. An arrival from Crow Wing direct, brings the intelligence that Hole-in the Day, the great Chippewa chief, has issued a proclamation that he would not be responsible for the conduct of the Indians after Tuesday, and warning the whites to leave the country before that time. Hole-in-the Day had sent a message to Commissioner Dale and Judge Cooper to come and make a treaty. The Chippewa agent, Walker, against whom complaints have been made by the Chippewas, it is reported, has committed suicide in a fit of insani
Stearns (Minnesota, United States) (search for this): article 11
re the Indians are subdued, as they may have four or five thousand warriors to meet sooner or later. Major Cranes, of St. Cloud, writes to the Governor that a committee or reliable citizens, appointed to visit the scene of the recent murders, had just returned. They went as far as Pineville, and found that some two hundred persons had been killed in the vicinity of that place and Norway Lake. The Governor is receiving painful petitions for aid to protect the lives and property in Stearns, Meeker, and Monongahela counties. Many persons had been driven from their homes, leaving their crops but partially harvested. Arrivals in this city from New Uim report, an usual, shocking scenes, too horrible to recount. Gov. Ramsey's proclamation. Gov. Ramsey, of Minnesota, has issued the following proclamation! Executive Chamber, St. Paul, August 21, 1862. To the People of Minnesota. The Sioux Indians upon our western frontier have risen in large bodies, attac
St. Cloud (Minnesota, United States) (search for this): article 11
Within twenty miles of St. Peters he reports that the destruction of property is beyond calculation. The Indians attacked New Uim on Saturday. The fight continued until late in the evening, Nothing has been heard form there since General Shibley asked for a full regiment to be at once sent up, armed and equipped. He thinks that a larger force will be needed before the Indians are subdued, as they may have four or five thousand warriors to meet sooner or later. Major Cranes, of St. Cloud, writes to the Governor that a committee or reliable citizens, appointed to visit the scene of the recent murders, had just returned. They went as far as Pineville, and found that some two hundred persons had been killed in the vicinity of that place and Norway Lake. The Governor is receiving painful petitions for aid to protect the lives and property in Stearns, Meeker, and Monongahela counties. Many persons had been driven from their homes, leaving their crops but partially harves
Minnesota (Minnesota, United States) (search for this): article 11
The Indian War in Minnesota. the Chippewas rising — the village of New Aim Burned — more Murders — proclamation of Governor Ramsey. The accounts from the frontier of Minnesota show that an Indian war has been inaugurated, which sMinnesota show that an Indian war has been inaugurated, which sinks into insignificance all the other Indian wars which have occurred in this country for thirty years. The Sioux Indians, who began the war, it is now threatened, will be joined by the Chippewas. The latest intelligence is contained in the followew Uim report, an usual, shocking scenes, too horrible to recount. Gov. Ramsey's proclamation. Gov. Ramsey, of Minnesota, has issued the following proclamation! Executive Chamber, St. Paul, August 21, 1862. To the People of MinnesotMinnesota. The Sioux Indians upon our western frontier have risen in large bodies, attacked the settlements, and are murdering men, women, and children. The rising appears concerted, and extends from Fort Ripley to the southern boundaries of the State<
Yellow Medicine (Minnesota, United States) (search for this): article 11
Indians are up in arms, and indiscriminately murdering every white person, and devastating the country. We are here with about one hundred and fifty efficient men, mostly undrilled. We dare not leave this point until reinforced. More than one hundred persons are known to be killed, and we believe at least one thousand are. Neither age nor sex are spared. The sheriff of Brown county writes to Governor Ramsey: The Sioux Indians have commenced war. This morning the agency at Yellow Medicine and Redwood were destroyed. Then an attack was made on the settlers on that part of the reservation lying in Brown county, and on some inhabitants bordering the reservation, killing about thirty in Brown county, women and children. A party of about twelve men were going out of the town of New Uim to recruit for Milford township. When they reached a timbered point about six miles from town three men were killed and two wounded, and the others made their escape. They were not armed at
Fort Ripley (Minnesota, United States) (search for this): article 11
ly harvested. Arrivals in this city from New Uim report, an usual, shocking scenes, too horrible to recount. Gov. Ramsey's proclamation. Gov. Ramsey, of Minnesota, has issued the following proclamation! Executive Chamber, St. Paul, August 21, 1862. To the People of Minnesota. The Sioux Indians upon our western frontier have risen in large bodies, attacked the settlements, and are murdering men, women, and children. The rising appears concerted, and extends from Fort Ripley to the southern boundaries of the State. In this extremity I call upon the militia of the Valley of the Minnesota and the counties adjoining the frontier to take horses and arm and equip themselves, taking with them subsistence for a few days, and at once report, separately or in squads, to the officer commanding the expedition now moving up the Minnesota river to the scene of hostilities. The officer commanding the expedition has been clothed with full power to provide for all exig
St. Peters River (Minnesota, United States) (search for this): article 11
bodies, attacked the settlements, and are murdering men, women, and children. The rising appears concerted, and extends from Fort Ripley to the southern boundaries of the State. In this extremity I call upon the militia of the Valley of the Minnesota and the counties adjoining the frontier to take horses and arm and equip themselves, taking with them subsistence for a few days, and at once report, separately or in squads, to the officer commanding the expedition now moving up the Minnesota river to the scene of hostilities. The officer commanding the expedition has been clothed with full power to provide for all exigencies that may arise. Measures will be taken to subsist the forces so raised. This outbreak must be suppressed, and in such manner as will forever prevent its repetition. I earnestly urge upon the settlers of the frontier that, while taking all proper precautions for the safety of their families and homes they will not give way to any unnecessary alarm. A
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